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REYNOLDS HISTORICAL 
GENEALOGY COLLECTION 



WEST VIRGINIA STATE GAZETTEER 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY 



1904-05 



Photo-offset copy 
Newberry Library 
Chicago, Illinois 
1972 



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AND EI'SINES? DIRECTORY. 



Doubleday-Hill Electric Co. 

MANLFACTL'RERS AND DEALERS 

ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES, 

919 Liberty Avenue, Pittsburg, Pa. 

ADAMS BAGNALL ARC LAMPS. 

Dyiiamos, ^ Wire and 

Motors, Cables, 

Arc Lamps, TelepHoncs, 

Incartdes- \ Batteries, 

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Pan-. ;:>.;,. -:ii--,n, 1^*;)0. 

Genuine Edison Lamps. 

Emerson Alternating Current Desk and Ceiling Fans. 




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° LEAST COSSUHPTION OF CURREftT. GREATEST DURABILITY. 



Perfectly Equipped Winding and Repair Department. 

Ilighejjt Grade, Lowest Price^j, Oulckesf Delivery, 






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MEMBER NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF DENTAL COLLEGES. 

A THOROUGH COURSE IN DENTISTRY EQUIPMENT COMPLETE 

1003 PENN AVENUE. PITTSBURG, PA. 



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AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



IM Viriinia Gsntrai &. Pittsijurg 
iailv/ay Company. 



Guntberland, \M., to Ouriiin, Vifsst Virginia. 

branches: 

Harrison to Elk Garden 
Thomas to Davis 
Eikins to Huttonsville 
El kins to Belington 
Eikins to Durbin 

The road opens up three immense co.a,l fields. \iz : " Elk Garden,"' or 
George's Creek Big \'ein: "Upper i*utoniac,'" or Davis Vein; '" Roaruig 
Creek," or Pittsburg W-in. 

It passes through and oT:(/ns t^' market thousands of acres of the best 
timber land in West Virginia, of aiiuxst e\'ery m'._rchantalde kind, inckuiing 
Walnut. Cherry, Ash, Oak. H..nil"ek„ Spruce, etc. 

The coke manufactured fp'tn die Davis Vein of coah is unsurpassed, 
and equal to the best standard Contitllsx die. 

Splendid Grazing Land at very low figures. 

Good Hunting and Fishing. 

Connections at Cumberland. Bahimore & Ohio R. R., Pennsyhania R. 
R. and Chesapeake & Ohio Canal. At State Line in Monongahela Cv:-.. W. 
Va. (through Belington connecti'Ui). Baltimore cV Ohio R. R.; Pennsyl- 
vania Railroad, Xew York Central R. R. at Durbin. W. Va. with the 
Chesapeake and Ohio Ry. 

W. T. HUNTER, F. M. HOWELL, H. G. CLARK, 

General Freight Agent, General Passenger Agent, Manager. 

BALTIMORE, M D. BALTIMORE, MD. BALTIMORE. M D. 



■^VEST VIRGINIA GAZETTEER 



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DIRECT ROUTE 

To tlis Gaoaiiieo flortliwest. 

THE WONOFJFOL OPPOeiOrilTlES FOH 

Successfyl AiriGolfure 



In tlic Canadian Northwest and British 
Columbia, outhned in a 'leserii'tive Pamph- 
let, givinj^ (ietails of the cost of the trip, 
routes, and all neces->ar\' information, 
free on application 



F. W. SALSBURY, 

RASSEirsiGElR AGENT, 

PITTSBURG, RA. 






AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Machinery Builders' 



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Machinists' Directory 

OF THE 

UNITED STATES. 



Containing a list of the Machinery 
Builders of the United States classi- 
fied ivith reference to the kinds of 
Machinery built . . 



Also the Machinists of the United 
States, given by States, with the towns 
and cities arranged in alphabetical 
order 

PRICE SIX DOLLARS. 



PUBLISHERS. 

2-8 Smithfield Street, 
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JOIX one of our Personally 
Conducted Excursion Par- 
ties w h i c h leave Cincinnati 
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Pullman I)ra\vinL,^-Rooin Sleejiers. Free Reclining 
Chair Cars, Butiet-Lil^rary SmokiuL^^ Cars, Cafe Din- 
in,^^ C'ars uiieals a la carte). Direct connections at 
NEW ORLEANS with the famous 

SUMSET LlP^iTED. 

Elegant Through Sleeping Car Service and 
Quickest Time to 

HOT SPRINGS, ARKANSAS 

Unsurpassed Train Service to all [toints in Tenn- 
essee, Mississ!|.fpi, Louisiana, Arkansas, Indian Ter- 
ritory, Oklahoma, Texas, 

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Arizona, New ^lexico. Iowa. South Dakota, Ne- 
braska, Colorado, \V}-()ining, Utah, Idaho, Nevada 
and Washington. 

For FREE Descriptive Matter and Full Particulars Regarding Above, Address 

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Alphabetical Directory 59-897 

P-ankft aii'l Bankers • 53-57 

City Sui'ti-intf^ndenis of Schools of West Virginia 40 

^'iasslfied Business Directory (.Foreign) -^ 1327 

Classified Business Directory (West Virginia) 898-1325 

County Commissioners opp 30 

■'.'ounty Seats and Officers 38-30 

ounty Superintendents of Schools of Vv'est Virginia 41 

; ourts of West Virginia 30-32 

I xpress Com pa Mies 57 

/ Dreign Classified Business Directory , 1327-1350 

azetteer and Alphabetical Directory 59-897 

Jazetteer and Alpha])etical Directory of Southeastern Ohio 1351-1505 

Gazetteer and Alphabetical Directory of Sonrhwestern Pennsylvama.1507-1568 

Government c( West Virginia 27 

Index to Advei'tisements, arranged by Towns 8-15 

Index to Advertisements, classified according to Business 16-2t> 

Judiciary ^ 30 

Justices of the Peace , 42-52 

Members of Congress from West Virginia 30 

Officers of State Institutions 32-35 

I'atrons outside of State, classitied 1327 

Railroads of West ^'irginia 57 

State Boards 32-35 

State Government 27 

Slate Institutions . w »,. 32-35 

State Judiciary 30 

State Militia 28-30 

United States Courts in West Virginia 30-32 

Particular attention is direcied to the list of first-class business firms 
in cities outside of the State — pages 1327-1350 



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INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS 

Arranged Alphabetically by Towns 



ALDERSON. 
Alleghany Collegiate Institute... 

opp 62 

Haynes D Y . 63 

ALLEGHENY, PA. 

Rieseck P 

left top corner cards and 946 

Sipe James B & Co 

left top corner cards and 1229 
BALTIMORE, MD. 

Atlantic Barber Supply Co ... 91". 

Dobler & Aludge 12;tO 

Lang J & Co 915 

West Virginia Central & Pittsburg 

Railway Co 5 

BELINGTON. 

Belington Publishing Co 89 

Criss J Walter 89 

Rector & Liittrell 89 

BELLAIRB, O. 

Bellaire Brewing Co 1o.j9 

Lowe H J 1339 

BLUEFIELD. 

Baldwin D B . . . 107 

Bluefield Bakerv Co Ill 



Bluetield 
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101 



.Tewelrv Co 107 

Bluefield Marble Works 108 

Bluefield Telegraph 105 

Dickie W W Jr & Co 

left bottom lines 

Emmons M R 109 

Farrar J Blair. . ^ . . , — , XO'/^ 

Flat Top Brokerage Co. . ."^ A^.^4:^'> I 
Flat Top Insurance Agency* .. ^\ . ld"> 

Hefner O V r.OjX . ' 1U'.> i 

Hotel Altamont 111 

Hotel Central 109 

Mebane T H & Co 109 

Melcher S H & R L 113 

Saxon Lime & Lumber Co 113 



Snow R A H 

Whitlow :m G 

BRAMWELL. 

Finegan Bros 

Kane W C 

BUCKHANNOX. 

Alton I. umber Co 

Beer Dr O B 



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Buckhannon Bank 131 

Buckhnnnon Delta and Knight 

Errant. 127 

Biickhannon Pressing Co 131 

Buildrrs' Supply Co Id 

Clialfant C E lu? 

Drumuiond T B & Co 

left top lines and 127 

Jt^nr.ings & Dowell " 127 

StonesLreet John M 133 

Tra<lers National Bank 133 

Ui)shur County Hospital 129 

Lpshur Hepui)lican 133 

West Virginia Conference Sem- 
inary : 133 

CAIRO. 

Adams P PI 143 

Cairo Star 141 

Hiiie^ Torpedo Co 141 

CHARLESTON. 

A].'X;"if!or T w _ 173 

Arc Siiop The 

left bottom lines and 175 

, Barber T L 163 

BoAcn & Hall 

left bottom lines and 163 

Caheil. Evans & Co 173 

Ca.'irr'-ll W A & Co 173 

Capn.ai City Supply Co right 

toj) and left bottom lines and 167 

Chr.rlo.ston Brewing Co 157 

Charleston Dally Mail 173 

rh;;rlp^t'in Electrical Supply Co.. 171 

{>;!iarl('ston National Bank 175 

D-'*^ Co 175 

Grind Rapids Furniture Co. ..... . 

right top lines and 167 

Hawkins Steele A & Son 

right bottom lines and 175 

Hennemann Georse 181 

Horshey Dr S E 181 

Holley & Stephenson 

left top lines 

;I^!tjf»l Kanawha. 165 

;Fijj!jjl Washburn 169 

Tf(;<^ ard & Davis 181 

JauiQs.r; 1.1 181 

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*4*:.'rni\':ii:fl>ink:ng fc Trust Co 

Kaiiaw ha National Bank 



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Kanawha Valley Bank.. 179 ! 

Key Charles S IGl j 

Lohmeyer & Goshorn 183 | 

Magnet Printing Co 159 : 

■Mead Bros <k Co 165 

Neil J M Co 183 ^ 

Popp Joseph 17 i 

Sell W D.... 

left bottom lines and 971 
Strow-Patehell Mai^hine & Foun- 
dry Co 169 

Thornhill J L 183 

Trent W H 171 

Tribune Printinii Co opp IS'3 

West Cliarleston Feed Co. ...... . 1S3 

Wholesale Fruit Co. ... 177 

\ViIls H B 

left side lines and 177 

W^ilton W J 177 

CHARLES TOWN. 

Gallaher C Frank 189 . 

CHICAGO. ILL.. 
Globe F^nsraving &• Electrotvpe 

Co .^ 1040 

CINCINNATI, O. 

Burke M D ..1033 

Fi])er & Aluminum Artificial Limb 

Co 902 

Franklin Secret Service Bureau. . .1013 

Honhurst Jo-eph ^.v: Co .12''! 

Manns F C H Co opp 871 

Miller's Detective Agency 1012 

Stewart James K. 1277 

Strobridge Lithographing Co. opp 115i; 

Weisbrudt H W. . . . opp 1038 

CLARKSBURG. 

Brady Construction Co 

right bottom lines and 25 

Central Development Co 

back cover and 203 

Cicizens Steam Laundry 203 

Clarksburg Feed & Livery Co 203 

Clarksburg Piaster Co 

right bottom lines 

Clarksburg Telegram. , 215 

Clemm W T B 215 

County Mail Book Store 215 

Cnle L C 215 

Dodge J W 207 

Doman J E Collection Agency. . . . 207 

Empire National Bank 207 

Erie City Iron Works 

right bottom lines and 201 

Glen Elk Brick Co 207 

Gore C W 217 

Hart Bros Machine Co. . . , 199 

Henderson's Studio 217 

Jacksou H E 209 



James-Shepherd Co 205 

Kessler Hospital 197 

Lowndes R T & Co Savings Bank. 209 

Maxwell Haymond 217 

Milnes George W 

right top lines and 209 

Monticpllo Brick Co 

Osborn Wm B . 

right bottom lines and 201 

Peoples Banking & Trust Co 201 

Roger L H 209 

Rothstein C K 205 

Shinu Bros 205 

Staley T C 219 

Star Rig Reel & Supply Co 

right top lines 

Sutter C P 213 

Swager Hotel 213 

Sweet Home Restaurant 213 

Tetrick &. Bowen 211 

Virginian Pressing Co 213 

West G M 217 

West Mrginia Bank 219 

West Virginia r^iine Supply Co... 

left side lines and 211 

Weston. Tyree & Riggs 217 

Willett Philip ^19 

Zaruba. & Durish left top lines 

DAVIS. 

C^ rroll Louis 243 

C!,.rk Howard -43 

Moic L H 245 

New Howard Hotel 243 

Pufienburger W J 245 

ELIZABETH. 

Kanawha Hotel 263 

ELKINS. 

Switzer C L & Co 2 jo 

FAIRMONT. 

Berns & Simpson , i^i 

Brady S D & Bro 

left bottom lines and 25 

Coff man & Cunningham 283 

Fairmont Bill Posting Co i:cfo 

Fair-niont Coal Co. 279 

F;-irmont Household Supply Co.. 2S9 

Fairmont Ice & Fuel Co 289 

Fairmont State Normal School.. 287 

Fairmont Wall Plaster Co 

back cover 

Globe Rubber Stamp Works 

right side lines 

Hammond Fire Brick Co 

back cover an v. 293 

Harr L B 293 

Hawker ^^ Frame left top lines 

Hotel Manley 285 

Inde.x Pi-intiug Co 287 



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Jackson Hotel 281 

Jackson St Carriage Co 283 

Johnston W E 293 

Ken von Hotel 283 

Lanham H H 292 

Lj-ons A C 293 

MacArthnr C E 294 

Mayers D 1 291 

Moorhead W A 285 

Morris J S & Son 291 

Monntain State Pressing Co 295 

Overholc Coai & Coke Co 

back cover and 291 

Shafer Studio 291 

Skinner's Tavern left top lines 

Sprinkle Planing Mill.. 295 

Wagner-Paimros Mfg Co 289 

Willianis B G lert top lines 

FAPanXGTOX. 

Bank of Farmington 301 

FAVETTEVILLE.' 

Fayette Free Press 30:1 

Fayette Journal . 303 

GRAFTON. 

Burdett A W 337 

Central Hotel 335 

Collins Ernest H 337 

Grafion Foundry & Machine Co.. 335 

Grafton Sentinel 3;;1 

Graitun Trade Exchange ''■;.' 

Hughes J W 335 

Luethke John W 337 

N'^wion Foundry & Machine Co.. 333 

Samples Wm P 333 

Siierwood Hotel 333 

Sonth Side Planing MiH Co 33? 

Tibbeas John C. 331 

Ward L E 333 

HAKRISVILLE. 

Hoff S y. 355 

Ritchie Standard 355 

HLXTON. 

Chesapeake The. 3<r? 

Griffith George M Co 3!;? 

Jones H R <fc Co 3t;5 

HUNTINGTON. 

Baker. Powell & line 3S5 

Baker & Spitler 397 

Banner Printing Co 3;»7 

Boon J A right top Im kh 

Booth & Ferguson 397 

Bnrdette J G 397 

Carter J C & Co 399 

Chamliers I. T 3:r.i 

Con<un-:ers lee &: Cold Srnr,.ge Co. 399 

Davis B T leit top linos 

Day R 1 403 

First National Bank 385 



Grev & Michael 401 

Hanibleton M N 395 



Han. brick J W 

Harrison C O 

Huntington Advertiser opp 

Huntingron Cold Storage & Com- 
mission Co 

Huntin.gton [..and Co.. left bottom lines 

Hiiniiugton National Bank... 401 

Huntington Plumbing & Supply 

Co 

HuntiniAton Produce & Feed Co, 



389 
401 
388 

389 



3S3 
395 



Huniingron Steam Laundry 403 



Huntington Stove & 
Johnson J W & Co. 



401 
393 



387 
393 



Foundrv Co. 383 

387 

Johnston Undertaking Co 403 

Leyre cSc Maupin 

McCo'K h J M <fe Co 

Marshall Business College. ..... 

right bottom lines and 

:\lartin Miss A 

Afaxon .Miller Jack Co 

lett top lines and 391 

Mi'ler Su{)ply Co left top lines 

?v!ossni:tn Bros 381 

National Mercantile Exchange Co. 

left top lines 

Fi indie Furniture Co. opp 1058 

Ho- ensteel & Campbell 391 

r^i mrni W J 3:»3 

St'-ir Plunilung Co.. 391 

Stewart J B 381 

.-'tew art ,5t Bullington 393 

Uni(»n Mutual Life Insurance Co. 395 
Fni'on Savings Bank & Trust Co. 399 
Uni< n Transfer & Storage Co.... 395 

Wot Virginia Brewing Co 

379 and 941 
West Virginia ^Mercantile Trade 

Journal. left side lines 

West Virginia Savings Bank & 

Trust Co 395 

Wheat O P.. 395 

IRONTON. O. 

Edvrards & Anderson . 1201 

Ironton Roofing & Corrugating Co. 1411 



Tulga J W, 



KRYSER. 
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Caldara J D 

Dean O J 

Liiler W^ A 

McNeill George 

Steorts Fl G 

KEYSTONE. 
Adelphia Hotel 41 



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Flat Vop Stove 
North C P 



& Foundry Co. 



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AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



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KINGWOOD. 

Preston County Journal 429 

LEWISBURG. 

Lewisbura; Feraole Institute 443 

MANNINGTOX. 

Advocate The. 473 

Bank oi Manninsfton 4G7 

Bartlett F W 467 

Daily Record 473 

Ellioit-Plerrick Lumber Co 471 

Exchange Bank 46:") 

First National Bank 4G5 

Lazear J S 471 

M;innin2ton Rooting Co opp 470 

M>inneli HE 465 

Phillips Chas Tool Co 469 

Rynier Wm G & Co 473 

Stewart Granite Works 473 

West Virginia Boiler & ;Machine 

Co front cover and 471 

MARIETTA. O. 

American Iron & Supply Co 14;u 

American Supply Co 1431 

Marietta College 

right top lines and ."SI 

Pattin Bros Co 1183 

Producers Torpedo Co 1431 

Ripley T M. . . . 971 

MARLIXTOX 
Pocnhontas Publishins: Co. ...... . 47") 

MARTIN SB CRG. 

Harrison P R 481 

Heiston W H Mill Construction 

Co 481 

Martin Thomas W. , 481 

Owen H E 483 

Westenhaver S A 4S3 

MIDDLEPORT, O. 

Oesterreich R R .1449 

MORGANTOWN. 

Acme Publishing Co opp 510 

Anderson B W 517 

Barrickman Van H 511 

Bloom & Hartraan o07 

Chaplin & Warman 509 

Empire Brick Co Ml 

Friend L E 519 

Gaskill Plumbing Co 519 

Jacobs Elmer F. . 516 

Kennedy &. Brand 515 

Keystone Industrial Co 511 

Kincaid & Arnett 519 

Kirk Harvev L 515 

Ki^uer Wm T 53 3 

Lanrz J B 509 

Langhead Lee 515 

Madera Charles H 517 

Mills Joseph H J 513 



Morgan town Foundry & Machine 

Co 517 

New Wallace House 509 

Scott & Munson 517 

Stewart T D 517 

Watts J E & Co 515 

Wiles J W 513 

:moundsville. 

Bynim RE.. 525 

Crow J M 526 

Stovenson H R 525 

Wade S W 525 

Wi'son I B 525 and 1253 

NEW CUMBERLAND. 

Davis-Price Foundry Co 541 

Ge^ierai Merchandise Co 543 

Smith Jasper A 541 

West Virginia Fire Clay Manu- 
facturing Co 1045 

NEVV MARTINSVILLE. 

E-ikin House 545 

I ifsT National Bank 545 

StrphoDs & Sr.ephens 545 

Wetzel Democi'at 547 

NEW YORK, N. Y. 

Loraas Charles J 1265 

PARKERSBURG. 

XcTwe Fishing Tool Co. ... 

right bottom lines and 589 

A.! lir R H 584 

Baab C E 603 and 609 

Blackford Thomas 603 

Brown & Flinn 

left side lines and 571 

E^urns Jess 603 

Burscher Joseph. 603 

Cain J H right bottom lines 

Cahiweil J Mentor 6u5 

Central Banking & Security Co.. 

right top lines and 573 

Chancellor The . 5V3 

Citizens National Bank 575 

Coiiins, Russell, Dickev & Mitch- 
ell 605 

Commercial Banking & Trust Co.. 575 

Copen Brick Works 

left side lines and 577 

Crotty J J & Co. 577 

Curtis E S opp 58 

Daily News Publishing Co 611 

Daniels John H 605 

Deem J W 584 

Ue Witt L 605 

Donaghho Co 601 

Dunbar V A & Son 607 

Fristoe L "J 607 

Gai d way Dan 607 



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Grogg & Dudley. left top and hot- Star Lumber Co 

tora lines, back cover and 26 right bottom lines and 629 \ 

Harris John T 007 PHlLn^PI. * 

Hotel Ormond . 571> C.eneva Hotel 635 

Hotel Schafter 593 Philippi Suspender Mfg Co. 

Jackson The 579 right side lines 

Kesselman &. Co 581 Woodford George L 635 

Lang Fred A Marble & Granite Woods Samuel V 635 . 

Co 609 PITTSFUIRGH, PA. | 

Lowther ]\I R & Co 609 Arcouut, Audit & Guarantee Co.. 89S ^ 

Neale J K 609 Audit Company of Pittsburg 

Nutter Bros.... left top lines and 58;'. left top corner cards, 8'.>8 and 903 

Ohio Valley Real Estate Co ■ Babst-Anderson Pharmacal Co 1247 ( 

right to-) lines and 583 Bt^ntner Victor 1033 

Parkersburg Bottling Works 601 Br igdon John C . 

Parkersburg Brick Works........ left top corner cards and 1033 

left top lines and 587 Browu A M &^ Co 1235 

Parkersburg Electric Co 610 iirnvu W S 1297 

Parker.sburg Furuiture Co 611 Camps World Detective Agency 

P.irke:s])urg Ice Co 587 left side lines and 1013 . 

Parkersburg Manteh Tile «^ Mig Caiiiidiau I'acitlc Ily I 

Co 589 right top corner cards and G 

Parkersburg Mattress Co Gil Ch'tpin <!t Knovvles 1033 

Parkersburg .Mill Co 571 Cole K I' & Co 987 | 

Parkersburg National Bank 591 C-uniiigluim M p: & Co 1277 

P^irkersburg News.. Gil Delp's S Sons. right sitie lines and 909 \ 

Parkerr^burg Supply & Plumbing Dc Noon Bros Paint & Glass Co.. • 

Co 585 lert top corner cards and 1229 j 

Patton Wm Howe.... 585 Ld<!;:ir.;h Publishing Co 

Pope Lewis & Sous 584 and 5:'! imj) cosner cards, side lines and 807 

Powell Simms. .right top lines and 5G5 i !';.ib.L'day-Hiil EleLtiic Co....... 

Robinson Josei)h N. 5Gy left bottom lines, 3 and 1029 

Sandcr.-on Edward T 585 Edt-burn. Cooper & Co 1036 

South Side Pottery Co 595 Mack J B 1145 

Spence & Smith 59'^ Fleming Tank Co 

State .Journal 617 left ton corner cards and 1304 

Stiles Bros.. lert bottom lines and 597 Flint & Walling Mfg Co......... 

Taylor & Taylor right top corner cards and 1304 

right top lines and 597 Prnnkiin C W 1279 

Union Pressing Co Gil Freehold Real Estate Co 

Uiiion Trust &. Deposit Co 5i>,i right top corner cards, opp 1269 

Watterson W W T^unib.er Co..... 613 Gjlkinscms American Detective 

West \irginia Real Estate Co.... Bureau . .rigiit bottom lines and 1013 

right top lines and 567 G'eeliler Bernard left side lines 

West Virginia Revi<-nv 601 Hatuiei Adam 1185 

West Virginia Tie Co 613 Hat !;away-Neely OfRce Furniture 

Wild Rudolph 599 Co, rbrht top corner cards and 811 

Withers. Van Devender & Co 613 Hotel Colonial 26 

Wolfe W H Jr M 53 Houston P.ros Co 

Wood County Real Estate Co G13 K>ft top corner cards and 947 

Woods J W. 59:' and 1001 {llin-ds Central Ry. .side lines and 8 » 

PARSON'S .I<d:nston Bros..... 909 

Kin.ll (^' Glafey 1034 

Kin- 1 J Co 1007 



Tucker County HeraM 623 



PENNSBORO. ,^.,„i, Herrman 1034 

Farmers & Merchants Bank 629 ; .Matthews James H & Co. Inc.. 12*7 

Hill E B 629 : .Medor C C Co. Ltd 

Martin F H - 629 i left top corner cards and 1253 



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Miller ThomaR H 1012 

IMov)re E(igar M & Co 

riglii top curlier cards and 1135 

Pannier Hro^ Stamp Co. . . , 

rii^ht bottom lines 
Perkins" Union Detect iv(> Agency. 

lelT side lines and 1013 

Perley & Bi'0 1231 

Ph!i!ips Mine & :\IiiI Supply Co. .map 

Pittsburg Dental Cojlcire 4 

Pittsburg Disp'atch 

top corner cards, side lines and .^07 

Pope Cement <t {-^rick Co 'J4T 

Rawstliorne Engr.ivini;- & Printing 

Co lelt bottom lines 

Rawsthorne Robert Engraving Co. 

left side lines 

Reliance Engraving Co 

left side lines and 1039 

Rieger Christ 1323 

Speer J L D ,^' Co 

right side lines, back cover ana 

Standard Electrotype Co.... 

Steck Amos & Co 9S7 

Struble C H 

right top corner cards and 943 

Swensson Emil 1034 

Weber-Erickson-Bunting Co 

right side lines and 1_ 
Weixel Wm J.". riKht top corner cards 

T^ricke^ Brothers map 

Wood George R .1036 

POrXT PLEASANT. 

Hesldp J W C 647 

Point Pleisant National Bank... 647 

Spencer The 649 

Van Gilder A C 647 ! 

RAYENSWOOD. ! 

Jackson Countv Bank 661 , 

RIPLEY. ; 

Bank of Ripley. 673 ' 

Hotel Maguire 673 i 

Maddox L 675 i 

Yalley Bank 673 '• 

RONCEYERTE. : 

Denning & Dixtm 6S3 ; 

Greenbrier Hotel 683 ; 

Greenbrier Yalley Democrat 683 ■ 

Hudgins C 6S3 

Mcintosh John Sr 683 

ST MARYS. 

Oracle Printing Co 695 i 

Pleasants County Leader 69.5 ] 

Riggs & Hissom 69.5 - 

SALEM. ; 

Boag Wm J 703 ; 

Fleming Bros 

iight bottom corner cards and 699 , 



DIRECTORY. 13 

:\Terchants & Producers Bank 699 

Mountain State Hotel 701 

Salem Bank 701 

Weeklev J W^ 703 

SHEPHERDSTOWN. 

r]astern Pan-Handle 715 

SISTERSYILLE. 

Finlayson John 

right bottom lines and 723 

McCoy Sc Alexander 725 

l^^oples National Bank 723 

Sistersvilie CommJssion Co. 725 

Sisiersvilie Oil Sc Gas Well Tool 

n'orks. right bottom lines and 723 
Sybort Grocery Co 7:^.3 

SPENCER. 

Bank of Spencer 733 

Grand Hotel 735 

Monitor The 733 

Roane County Bank 735 

Traders Trust 6c Banking Co 737 

Weekly Bulletin 737 

STEUBENVILLE. O. 

Barry James .1481 

Burapus A J 14S1 

Huston John A 1481 

McCarty A J... 14S1 

SUTTON. 

Braxton Central 749 

First National Bank 749 

IPill B P (fe V B 749 

Hav>kins C C 749 

.hi.-rgens & AYalker i . . . 751 

Kocntz L A 751 

Lee W H 751 

Linn, Byrne & Hines 751 

Rivervlew Hotel 753 

Sutton Bank 753 

THOMAS. 

Duncan J W 759 

WASHINGTON. D. C. 

Bevans J W ....1232 

CI ark son Edwin S, right top cor- 
ner cards. Classified Directory 

and 1233 

FitzGerald W T & Co. right bot- 
tom corner cards. Classified Di- 
rectory and 1233 

Hanger J E 

left bottom corner cards and 900 

National Detective Agency 1012 

Rorick Air Cushion Truss Co... 1314 

Swett Charles D 1232 

Vv'illson H B & Co 1233 

WASLHNGTON. PA. 
Observer Publishing Co 1549 



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WEST VIRGINIA GAZETTEER 



Zahiiiser Bros & Sten 

left si<ie lines and 15 i!) 
WEBSTER SPRINGS. 

Elbon A B & Co 7S1 

Standard House 7S1 

Webster County Bank 783 

Webster Echo 783 

WELCH. 

Citizens Bank of Welch 787 

McDowell County Bank 785 

Welch Insurance Co 787 

Wiicox J C 785 

WEJ.LSBURG. 

Palmer John C Jr 7S9 

Walker J M & Co 789 

Witt J R 7S9 

WESTON. 

Alfred Bros 797 

Bailey House 797 

Br^.nnnn E A 801 

Bright & Brewster 797 

Camden R P Hotel 797 

Danser W C 70.") 

Independent The 799 

Kane & Owens Hardware Co 799 

McCov M F . 799 

McGann William 799 

Monticello Hotel 795 

Nation:^! Exclian.^e Bank 801 

Swiiit CharJes P SOI 

Union Tailor.-? & Outlitters 801 

Weston Granite & M:irble Works. 801 

WEST UNION. 

Tierney House 803 

WHEELING. 

American Electric Co 847 

Architectural Iron & Wire Works. Sr>l 

Art Store 871 

Bader & Maurer 84;> 

Baiker Wm L 8^55 

Bailey & Melton S.'l 

Bank of Wheeling 

front cover and 820 

Bayha D H 847 

Becker C H. 831 

Beckett John 8.'>1 

Beltz J W & Sons Co 833 

Berry Chas H Supp'y Co 

left side lines and 829 

Blattler J W.. 860 

Burkle Wm T 831 

Barley J F & Co 833 

Caldabcuigh George W & Bro 83:'. 

Chapman W H & Son.^ 1229 

Cotfland Co 833 

Dairymen's Association^ 833 

D'mraack A 833 

Dimmack .A.lfred Mfg Co 833 



Dollar Savings & Trust Co...... 

front cover and 82 

Diimas Wm W 83 

Dunlap H E 87 

Fotte FriMh^rick C 82 

Fink Theo W & Co 85 

Garvin T ;M 8.-> 

Gee Eh;:tric Construction Co 84 

German Fire Insurance Co 83 

Giflm J E 80 

Giatz L C 83 

Cj racey C J 85 

Gretler .fames 87 

Haskius Ho>^[)ital 809 and 112 

Hn7.h:ti Robert 97 

Hes.-e iic Kirchner 

front cover and 19 

Hoehl & Gieseler Piano Co 

front cover and 83 

Ho^e Wilson 119 

Hotel Brnnswirk 8:' 

Ir.telligencer Publishing Co 81 

Jjirvis Engraving Co.... 838 and 103 

Joseph Lamp Co 

left si(;e lines and 8c 

Kurner D C 

right top lines and 81: 

Lash &' Co .. 8.^ 

L-Tupp Franz Sr 

MfC:iu> iund .Joseph . . . .' 8.' 

McKinley J C S-: 

McMasrer R O..... ±xl 

Mt>n.le! H J & Co 8-! 

Mountain State Electrical Co.... 

left top lines and 8- 

Nagh> Charles 8' 

New Vork Life Insurance Co 8i 

NicolTs Art Store. 

light side lines and 8- 
Northwestern Mutual Life Insur- 
ance Co 8: 

Norton & Co 9- 

Ohif) V:illev Manufacturer S'- 

Oliio VaUey Rotjiing Co. 8-: 

Olmstead Bros Co 

bottom edge and 8i 

Palace Furniture Co. .... 

back bone and 8! 

Pciul! Alfri'd 8t 

Pfioenix Mutual Life 8< 

Fader A W 81 

Reass .loseph & Son 13: 

Reefer Leon N 8» 

Reymann Bre\\ ing Co. . . 

top lines and S 

Robinson George W 8" 

Rogers W W 8t 

St Charles The 8- 



AND BUSINESS 



Sands H S Electric & Mfe Co.... 849 I 

Sclunulbach Brewing Co i 

top edge and 8G3 { 

Schnelle Win F C 863 j 

Security Trust Co 1141 j 

Shinlev S J 8o5 j 

Uiook George M Co 819 I 

Sramp J C 8G5 | 

jtritzel Frank 871 } 

Taylor B C 861 } 

Trinrible & Liitz Co | 

front cover and 843 ' 

Troy Laundry. 865 ! 

Turner E M 859 j 

Uneeda Brewing Co j 

front edge and S31 \ 

Vockler Wm 867 i 

Weissrerber &: Ebeling Machine Co.S67 

Wells W R »71 

Wheoiing Bill Porting Co S67 ! 

Wheeling Iron & Metal Co 867 j 

Wheeling Plating & Polishing ; 

Works 869 i 

Wheeling Telegraph 823 j 



DIRECTORY. 15 

Wheeling Tent & Awning Co... 

left top lines and 845 
Wheeling Warehouse & Storage 

Co 1313 

Wheeling & Lake Erie Railroad 

Co 82.5 

White Swan Lauildry 845 

White & White 

front cover and 945 

Whitham L B 869 

Williams Mrs Sophia 871 

Wills H B ' 

left side lines and 177 and 869 

Wilson & Frissell 869 

Zevely John H 1277 

WHITE SCn^PHUR SPRINGS. 
Mastin W A.. SSI 

WILLTA^ISON. 

Bank of Williamson 885 

Mingo Foundry <§: Machine Works. 885 

Randolph E F 835 

WINFIELD. 
Putnam Democrat 891 



INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS 



Classified with Reference to Business 



ACCOUNTANTS. 

Page. 

Farrar J Blair, Bluefieid 106 

Account. Audit & Guarantee Co, 

Pittsburg, Pa SOS 

Audit Company of Pittsburg. Pa. 

Pittsljurg, Pa 898 and 903 

ARCHITECTS. 

Lyons A C, Fairmont 293 

Tibbets John C. (;ratton 331 

Day R L, Huntington 403 

Stewart J B, Hnntiiigton 381 

Dean Oscar J, Keysor. 421 

Jacobs Elmer F. Morganrown 516 

Byrura R L. MoundsviMe 525 

Stevenson H R. Moundsv ille. . . . . 525 

Deem J W, Parkorsbiirg 584 

Paiton W H. Parkersl)urg 585 

Sanderson E T. Parkersburg 585 

ARCHITECTS' SCP PLIES. 

NicoH's Art Store, Wheeling 

right side lines and S41 



ARTIFICIAL LIMBS. 
Fiber and Aluminum Artificial 

Limb Co, Cincinnati, O. 902 

Babst-Anderson Pharmacal Co 

The. Pittsburg, Pa . 1247 

Hanger J E. Washington. D C, left 
bottom corner cards in Classi- 
fied business Directory and.... 900 
AWNINGS. 
Wheeling Tent & Awning Co, 
Wheeling, left top lines and... 845 
BAKERS. 
Bluefieid Bakery Co. Bluefieid... Ill 

Wild Rudolph, Parkersburg .. 599 

Mcintosh John sr. Ronceverte. . . 683 

BANKS. 
Buckhannon Bank, Buckhannon.. 131 
Tradf^rs National Bank, Buckhan- 
non 133 

Chariesron National Bank. Charles- 
ion 175 

Kanawha Banking & Trust Co, 
Charlesriui . 179 



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Kanawha National Bank. Charles- 
ton liO i 

Kanawha Valley Bank, Charles- 
ton 1,"9 

Empire Nationa I Bank, Clarks- \ 

biirg 207 \ 

Lowndes R T & Co Savings Bank, ! 

Clarksburg 209 | 

Peoples Banking & Trust Co. 

Clarksburg 201 

West Virginia Bank. Clarksburg.. 219 i 
Bank of Farniington. Farmington.'?301 \ 
First NaLional Bank. Fluntiuefon . . 38." : 
Tiimtington National Bank. Hun- ' 

tington 401 | 

Union Savings Bank & Trust Co, ; 

Huntington 399 ' 

W Va Savings Bank & Trust Co, 

ITuntingron 39' 

Bank of Mannington. Mannington. 407 
Exchange Bank ot ^Mannington, 

.Mannington 4t>9 

First National Bank, Mannington. 405 
First National Bank. New ^Martins- *' ^ 
ville 545 ' 



WEST VIRGINIA GAZETTEER 

'"""" ! ^ 



Stephens & Stephens, New IVIar- 



545 



tinsville 

Central Banking & Security Co, 
Parkersburg 573 

Citizens National Bank. Parkers- 
burg 575 

Parkersburg National Bank. Par- 
kersburg 591 

Union Trust & Deposit Co. Par- 
kersburg 593 

Farmers & Merchants Bank The, 
Pennsboro 629 

Speer J L D & Co. Pittsburg. Pa. 
right side lines, back cover and 
inside front cover 

Point Pleasant National Bank, 
Point Plepsant 047 

Jackson County Bank, Ravens- 
wood 

Bank of Ripley. Ripley..... 

Valley Bank The. Ripley 

Merchants & Producers Banl 
lem 

Salem Bank The. Salem . 

Peoples National Bank, Sisters 
ville 

Bank of Spencer, Sp< ncer 

Roane County Bank. Sp'-ncer 735 

Tracers Trust & Banking Co. 
Spencer 737 

First NatioucH Bank. Sutton ;49 

Sutton Bank The, Sutron. ........ 753 



Webster County Bank, Webster 

Springs 783 

Ciii;:ens Bank of Welch, Welch... 787 
Mcr;owell County Bank, Welch... 785 
j National E.xchange Bank of Wes- 

: ton, Weston 801 

I Bank of Wheeling. Wheeling 

I front cover and 829 

j Dollar Savings & Trust Co. Vv'heel- 
I ing, embossed lines, front cover 

and 828 

Security Trust Co, Wheeling 1141 

Bank of Williamson, Williamson.. 885 
BAR FIXTURES. 

Delp's S Sons, Pittsburg. Pa 

right side lines and 909 
BARBERS' SUPPLIES. 
Atlantic Barber Supply Co, Balti- 
more, :^Id 915 

Lang J 6c Co, Ba]timoi-'\ Md 915 

BICYCLES. 
Butscher .Joseph, Parkersburg... 603 

Stamp J C, Wheeling 805 

BILL POSTERS. 
Fairmont Bill Posting Co, Fair- 
mont 295 

Wh.:'eling Bill Posting Co. Ivlounds- 

ville ,. 867 

Rader A W, Wheeling 801 

Vv'hecling Bill Posting Co, Wheel- 
ing 867 

BOILERS. 

Miller Supply Co, Huntington 

left top lines 
Wickes Brothers. Pittsburg. Pa.. 

adv on map 
W Va Boiler & Machine Co, Man- 
nington, front cover and ... 471 
BOTTLERS. 
Pai'kersburg Bottling Works, Par- 
kersburg 601 

Sutton Bottling Works. Sutton... 751 



Rader A W, Wheeling. 



801 



sa- 



601 
673 
673 

699 
701 



733 



Shipley S J. Wheeling 80.5* 

BREWLRIES. 
Charleston Brewing Co, Charles- 
ton 157 

W Va Brewing Co. Huntington... 379 
Reymann Brewing Co, Wheeling. 

right and left top lines and 817 
Schmulbach Brewing Co, Wheel- 
ing, top eilge and S*'.3 

Unieda Brewing Co. Wheeling... 

front edge and 821 
BRICK AND TfLE MNFRS. 
Glen Elk Brick Co. Clnrksburg. . . 207 
]\ionticello Brick Co. Clarksburg. 

front cover and 199 



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ilammoncl Fire Brick Co, Fair- 
mont hack covor and 29:1 

Empire Brick Co. Morj^antown. . . -Jll 

Smitli J A. New Cunihfrlaud 511* 

Copen fJnck Works, rarkfrsluirir. 

left sido lines and 577 
Parkersbnri? Brick Works, Par- 

kersbnrsj: I. tr rop lines and 587 

Pope Cement Sr. Brirk Co. Pitts- 
burg, Pa 947 

lUlOKKRS. 
Stephens & Stephens, New iSIar- 

tinsville 515 

Si?ter-5vi!ie Cemnik-sion Co, Sis- 

tersville 725 

Norton & Co. Wiieelins 945 

White & Whitp. Wher-Iins 

front cover and 915 
BUII.DFIIS- Sl'PPLIFS. 
Builders Snnnh Tm. Uurkbann'm. 131 
Dninimoud T B i^ Co. Bnckhan- 

non \r\'t. top lines and 127 

Fairmont Wall Plastt/r Co, Fair- 
mont , back cover 

Hammond lire Brick Co. Fair- 
mont i-ack cover and 29'] 

Miller Supply Co. l^untin^ren. . . . 

leit top lines 

:Moscnrm T^i'o^, ilnniin-^ura oSl 

Steorts H C. K.-ys^^r . 421 

Chaplin &: Warinan. Mor2:anto\vn. 509 
Houston Bros Co. Pittsburg. Pa. 

left too corner rards and 947 
Pope Cement & Bnck Co. Pitts- 
burg, Pa 947 

Kane & 0\ven=5 Hardware Co. 

Weston 799 

Charmnn W H .«C: S n^. \'*'hc-lin2;.1229 

BX'TC H E RS' S r r i ' [J ES. 
Gloekler Bernard. Pirt.-hnr/i:. Pa. . . 

:■ ?> -id*^ lines 
CARRIAGE AND WACOXM AKERS. 

Kev C S. Charic-^ron Ifil 

Jackson Honu-r E. C'ark-iinr- 209 

Jackson Sr Carri^i;:e Co. F^airmont. 2S3 
Kirk Plar\-ey L, M"rj::uUown. . . . . 515 

Lau^ihead Bee, Mors^-nirown 515 

Beckett John. Wii'Miin- 851 

CEMENT. 

Miller Supply Co 

left top lines 
Houston Bros Co. Pittsbiirs:. Pa.. 

left ton corn^T crini-: and 947 
Pope Cement i^ Bricl< Co, Pirrs- 

burg. Pa 917 

CHCP.CF[ FT-RNI rCRE. 
Hathaway-Neely Otlh-e Furniture 
Co. Pittsbur;?. I'a. ri^;ht top cor- 
ner cards and 811 



COAL ^[TNERS AND SHIPPERS. 

Fairmont Coal Co. Fairmont 279 

Hawker & Frame, Fairmont 

left top lines 

Overholt Coal & Coke Co. Fair- 
mont back cover and 291 

Weixel W J, Pittsburg, Pa 

right top corner cards 

Fairmont Coal Co. Wheeling 847 

COAL MINING MACHINERY. 

Capital City Supply Co, Charleston, 
right lop and left bottom lines 
ami 1G7 

Wagner-Pa Imros Mfg Co, Fair- * 
mont 2S9 

Philips Mine & Mill Supply Co. 

Pittsburg, Pa adv on map 

COLBEGES. 

W Va Conf*-:>rence Seminary. Buck- 
hannon 133 

Marshall Business College. Hun- 
tington. . .right bottom lines and 387 

Lewishurg Female Institute, Lew- 
isburg 443 

Marietta College, Marietta. O.... 

right top lines and 581 

Pittsinirg Dental College, Pitts- 
burg. Pa 4 

CONTRACTORS— ELECTRICAL. 

Pprkersburg Electric Co, Parkers- 
1)11 rg 610 

American Electric Co. Wheeling. 847 

Gee F^""-tiic Construction Co, 
Wheeling 849 

Mountain State Electrical Co, 

V.'heeling left top lines and 841 

CONTILICTORS AND BUILDERS. 

Brady Construction Co, Clarks- 
burg ria;ht bottom unes and 25 

South Side Planing Mill Co. Graf- 
ton 337 

Dean Oscar J. Keyser. 421 

Bloom. ^ Hartman, Morgantown.. 507 

Chap'in & Warman, Morgantown. oj9 

Fiyrum R L. Moundsville 525 

Stevenson H R. ^Moundsville 525 

Cain J H. Parkersburg 

right bottom lines 

Brown & Flinn. Parkersburg.... 

left side lines and 5(1 

Beltz J W & Sons Co, Wheeling.. 853 
CUT GLASS. 

Art Shop The. Charleston 

left bottom lines and 175 

Snook George M Co, Wheeling... S19 
DETECTIVE AGENCIES. 

Franklin Secret Service Bureau. 
Cincinnati, O 1013 



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Miller Thomas H, Cincinnati. O..1012 

Camp's World Detective Agency, 
Pilisbiira;. Pa. left sirlc lines and 1013 

Gilkinson'jJ Ainerican Detective 

Bureau, Piti^buri?, Pa 

riglii bottom lines and 1013 

Perkins' Union Detective Agency. 
Pittsburg. Pa, left side lines 
an'! 1013 

National Detective Agency. Wash- 
ington. D C 1012 

DRILUXG AND FISHING TOOLS. 

PhiiMps Charles Tool Co. ^[an- 
♦lington 4G0 

Crotty J .T <fc Co. Parkersburg. . . . 577 

Spence & Smith. Parkersburg... 595 
DParGGISTS. 

Dnvis P T Kvintington. -left top lines 

Van G'kler Am^.sa. Point neas- 
ant G47 

Juergens & '^'^'a^ker. Sutton 75] 

DRY GOODS. 

Gene""*] Merchandise Co. New 
Cumberland ot:;; 

Snook Gecr^-e M Co. Whe<^ling... SIO 
DYER^ AXD SCOURERS. 

Euckhannon Pr'^-^sins Co. Buck- 
hr.i?n-.n 131 

Trent W H. Charleston 1 . i 

Virsfinisn Pressing Co. Clarks- 
burg 213 

]NXouRt^in State Pressing Co. Fair- 
mont \ 205 

Union Pressin-T Co, Parkersburg.. »'J11 
ELECTRICAL SUPPI lES. 

Charleston Electrical Supply Co. 
Charle-ton 171 

INIayers D L. Fairm.ont 2'Jl 

Newlon Foundry & ^laehiDe Co, 
GT«ftf)n 333 

Hunti*.':tnn Plumbing & Supply 
Co. Huntington 383 

Miller Supply Co, Huntington.... 

b't't top lines 

Stewart & Bu^m^ton. Fluntineton. 303 

Doubleday-Hill Electric Co. Pitts- 
burg. Pa 

left bottom lines and 3 and 1029 

American Electric Co. Wh<e]inir. . 817 

Gee E'er-tric Construction Co. 
Wheeling SIO 

Mountain State Elc'-rrical Co. 
Wheeline h*ft top Mues and Sil 

Sands H S Electric .t Mfg Co, 

Wheeling S40 

ELECTRICIANS. 

Charleston Eie.-trical Siipply Co, 
Charleston 171 



Mayers D L, Fairmont 291 

American Electric Co, Wheeling. . 847 
Mountain State Electrical Co. 

Whoeling left top lines and 841 

Sands H S Electric & Mfg Co, 

Wheel in<r 849 

ELECTROPLATERS. 
Grey & Michael, Huntington..... 401 
Mountain State Electrical Co. 

"^A'heeling left top lines and 841 

Wheeling Plating & Polishing 

Works. Wheeling 889 

ENGINEERS— CIVIL. 

Hcnvard &: Davis, Charleston 181 

Soil W D. Charleston 

left bottom lines and 971 

Burke M D, Cincinnati. 1033 

Br:;(iy S D & Bro, Fairmont. ..... 

]pft bottom lines and 25 

Hugiies ,Iohn W, Grai'ton 335 

Leete & Maupin. Huntington 401 

I^unbar V A t^i Sen. Parkersburg. 607 

Beurner Victor, Pittsbtirg. Pa 1033 

Ch^jdn & Knowlfs, Pittsburg. Pa. 1033 
Edeburn. Cooper & Co, Pittsburg, 

Pa 1036 

Kindl & Giaiey. Pitt'^b-urg. Pa.,.. 1034 
Knowlo., Morris, Pittsburg, Pa... 1033 
L lub Herni'inn, Pittsburg. Pa.... 1034 

S\vens-.on Emil. Pittsburg. Pa 1034 

'!a'/.!ett Robert. Wheeling 971 

lloge Wilson, Wheeling 1199 

ENGINEERS— CONSULTING. 

Burke M D. Cincinnati. 1033 

Brady S D & Bro. Fairmont 

left bottom lines and 25 

I eete & .Maupin, Huntington 401 

Beutn'?r Vii.tor. Pitt'-burg, Pa.... 10" 

ENGINEERS— ELECTRICAL. 
Miller Supply Co The. Huntington. 

left top lin'">- 
Wood George R. Pittsburg. Pa.... 103.] 
Gee Elertric Construction Co. 

Wheeling 849 

Sands H S Electric & Mfg Co, 

V/heeling 849 

ENGINEERS— MINING. 

Burke M D. Cincinnati. 1033 

Brady S D «.<: Bro. Frurmont 

left i)ottom lines and 25 

Hughes .bdin W. Grafton. 335 

Le.'te «fe Maupin. Huntington.... 401 

I^eiitner Victor. Pittsburg, Pa 1033 

Edehurn. Coooer & Co. Pittsburg. 

Fa \ 103G 

Wood George R. Pittsburg. Pa ]03»> 

Hoge Wilson. Wheeling 1199 



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KXG RAVERS. 
Art Shop Tiifv Charicston. ^ 

!ofr l)()riom lines and 173 

Bragdon .1 K\ I'lttslnirs:. Pa 

see U'ft ('(irncr cnrds and 1038 
Cimninghaiu M I-: & Co. Pittsburg. 

Pa 1277 

FIR!-: IMilCK MNFRS. 
Hammond P'iie Bricl< Co, i<air- 

mont back cover and 293 

Smith J A. New Cumberland 341 

W Va Flr^^ Clay Mt§ Co. New 

Cumlierland 1'''13 

FT.ORISTS. 
Alexander .J W. Ch:iT;t->ron . ...... 173 

Martin Anr'nia. I Imiriiviif on 333 

Lavipp Franz. WluMdiny; 857 

I LOFR AXI) F!:BD. 
W??t ClKu-;<-f ^n F.'i'd Co. Charles- 
ton 1S3 

Clarksbura Ft-ed ik Livery Uo 

Clark-bur;; 203 

\Ve-5t Ce.-)r'.:<' :\[. Ciiu-k-bure: 217 

]Mo.--:nran b:;ro.-:. [iuntinj:ton 3S1 

Kincaid ^: Ar;i.':r. :\lort<antown. . . 519 
General AI-! - h:uiili^^• Co. New 

Cun:bcr!a!id 543 

Beck:M' C '\. \viM-.'^:n^ S51 



Dairvm'-a}'« .\: -ii. \^ 



n'.; 



S53 



FOT'Ni;FRr^ AND MACHINISTS. 

Strow-Pat'b'MI >!-:c^-ine & Foun- 
dry Co, Chars ::t.iu 169 

Hart Bros Machine Co. Clarks- 
burg 199 

Gratton Foundry k :vPachine Co. 
Grifton . 335 

NevMon P'oiiniiry $c M.: chine Co. 
Grafton 333 

Huntinztoii Srove & Foundry Co, 
Huntin^i-on liSS 

Flat Top ^rf = tv*' ^^I: Fc^andry Co. 
Kev.stone 425 

Pattin Bro- Co Tiw\ M'rierta. 0..1183 

Mor'^antown Four-ilry ik. Machine 
Co. Mor:rHntiiV.i> 517 

Davis-Pricp Fo'undry «!i- Machine 
Co, New Cuniheriand 541 

Crotty J J <- Co. P.arkersburg. . , , 577 
, Kesseluiaii «!t Co, Parkersburg. . . . 5S1 

Parke'-sbur- Cs-tiniT Co. Parkers- 
burg 'Of! !»f)rrom line.^ and 597 

point Pb-a-anr Machine Works. 
Point Pba-ant tj47 

Sisfersville Oil k^ Gas Well Tool 

Works. Si>tersvU!«^ 

rr;?.ht l.'Ottoni Jine.N and 723 

:Miu£^o Foumlry i^ Maihine Worlds, 
Williamson 885 



FRUITS. 

Caldara J D Co, Keyser 423 

FURNITURE. 
Grand Rapids Furniture Co, 
Charleston. . .richt top lines and 167 

Carter J C & Co. Pluntington 399 

Prindle Furniture Co, Huntington. 

opp 105S 
Parkersburg Furniture Co, Par- 

kersburg 611 

Hathavx-ay-Neely Office Furniture 
Co, Pittsburg. Pa. right top cor- 
ner cards and 811 

Palace Furniture Co, Wheeling... 

back bone and 815 
Snook George M Co. Wheeling. . . . 819 

GAS ENGINES. 
Capita! City Supply Co. Charles- 
(V-n. right top and leir bottom 

lines and 167 

Spence & Smith, Parken^burg. . . 595 

Stiles Bros, Parlxersburg 

left bottom Tines and 597 
American Electric Co. Wheeling. 847 
V/ei^gerber & Ebeling Maciiine 

Co Wheeling 867 

GENERAL STORES. 

Hambrick .J W. Central City 389 

General ^lerchaudise Co, New 

Cumberland 543 

GRAIN. 
West Cliarleston Feed Co, Charles- 
ton 183 

Wade S W, Moundsville 525 

GROCERS— WHOLESALE. 
Sybert M A Grocery Co, Sisters- 

ville ^. . 725 

PIARDWARE. 

\Yhitlow :.[ G. Bluetield 113 

Drummcnd T B & Co. Buckhan- 

non Ipft top lines and 127 

Miller Supply Co, Huntington.... 

left top lines 

Lee W H, Sutton 751 

Walker .J ls\ & Go, W^ellsburg 789 

Kane & Owens Hardware Co, 

Weston 799 

C3ldabaueh Geo W & Bro. Wheel- 
ing 833 

HARNESSMAKERS. 

Ponp Joseph, Charleston 171 

Burkle W T, Wheeling 831 

HORSESHOERS. 
Kirk Harvey L. Morgantown. . . . 515 

Kisner Wm T. Morgantown 513 

Glatz L C, Wheeling SSo- 



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HOSPITALS. 
Beer's Electro-Therapeutic Sani- 

tariuiri, Biickbannon. 12f' 

Upshur Count} Hospical. Buckhan- 

non 12:) 

Kessler Hospital The. Clarksburg. Vj~ 
Keeley lusticuce The. Huntington. 

right top lines 

Haskins Hospital, Wheeling 

S09 and 1120 
McMaster Hospital. Wheeling. .. .1121 
HOTELS. 

Bluefield Inn, Bhh;fio!d IU7 

Hoiel Altamont. Bluefield 111 

Hotel Central. Bluefield 10'* 

Hotel Kanawlia, Ch'.irieston lO.') 

Hotel Washhura. Charleston IGi) 

Swager Hotel. Clarksburii 213 

New Howard HoteK L)ar-is 2 lo 

Kanawha Hotel. Elizabeth 2i»;' 

Hoiel Mauley. Fairmont. ........ 285 

Jackson Hotel The, Fairmont 2S1 

Kenyou Hotel The. Fairmont --^^ 

Skinner's Tavern, Fairmont 

left top linos 

Central Hotel. Gratton 335 

Sherwood Hotel. Grafton 3;vl 

Chesapeake The. Hinton KfiT 

Adelphia Hotel, Ke.vstone. ...... . 425 

Hotel Bartlett. .Mannington A<M 

The IMartin. Martinsljtirg 481 

New Wallace Hotel. Mor^.antown. 500 
Eakin House, New :Maitinsvilie. . . 545 

Hotel Chancellor. Parkersl)urg 573 

Hotel Jackson. Parkersburg 57!) 

Hotel OrmomJ. Park'crsburg 579 

Hotel Si-b.afLer. Pi'rl-.crsburg 5r»3 

Geneva Hotel, Philippi ti35 

Hotel Colonial. Pittsburg. Pa 2G 

Spencer The. Point Pleasant H41» 

Hotel Maguire. RipU'v t!7o 

City Restaurant & Hotel. Ronce- 

verte ^83 

Greenbrier FTotr-!. Rfinci>v-prte. .... ^>><o 

Mountain Srat^^ nof*d. Sahun 7(»1 

Grand Hotel. Svun-y-r 735 

Rivervitnv Fiotei. Siittcai 753 

Stauard House. Webst.u- Springs. 7Sl 

Bnih\v rlouse, Weston 7;t7 

Hotel MontifolU). Weston 795 

Ti<u-ucv Hou<e The. \Ve<t Union.. 8'>3 

Hotel Bruuswi'.k. Whcidinii. 831 

St Charles The. Whpeiiu- 843 

HOUSE FU RX IS H I ^G^. 
Parkersburg Furniture Co, Par- 

kersburg ♦•11 

Palace Furniture Co. Wheeling... 

back bone and S15 



Snook George !\I Co. Wheeling... 819 
iCE DEALERS. 

Consumers Ice &. Cold Storage Co 
The, Huntington 399 

Huntington Cold Storage & Com- 
mission Co. Huntington........ 3S9 

ICE MNFRS. 

Fairmont Ice & Fuel Co, Fair- 
mont 289 

Consumers Ice & Cold Storage Co 
The. Huntington 399 

Hun tins ton Cold Stor.^ge & Com- 
(iiis.-ion Co, Huntington 339 

West Vii'ginia Brewing Co. Hun- 
tington ."^. . .379 and 941 

P.trkersburg Ice Co The, Parkers- 
burg 587 

[XS FRANCE AGENTS. 

Re r tor fc Luureii, i^elingiMU S9 

DIJae W W Jr & Co. Blueti.ekl. . . 

left bottom lines 

Fbit Top Insurance Agency, Blue- 
iield ....'....... 105 

Hawkins S A & Son. Charleston.. 

right bottom lines and 175 

Lohmeyer-Goshorn insurance 
A^eu<>-, Charleston - 183 

Cra.iuher C Frank,' Charles Town. 1S9 

Weston, Tyree &; Riggs, Clarks- 
burg .., 217 

Zaruba & Durish, Clarksburg.... 

left top lines 

Hirnson Peyton R, iMartinsburg. 481 

Mill^ J(!ser;h H. Morgantown 513 

Grogg <fe Dudley, Parkersburg. . . . 

left top and bottom lines and 20 

W Va Real Estate Co: Parkers- 
burg right top lines and 567 

Freehold Real Estate Co. Pitts- 
burg. Pa, right top corner cards 
and opp. .. . 12^39 

Xr'ill J Fred, Sistersville. 725 

Welch insurance Co. Welch 787 

Paull Alfred. Wheeling SG5 

Securit> Trust Co, Wheeling 1141 

JEWELERS. 

l^andolph E F, Williamson 885 

JUNK. 

G->rdway D-in, Parkersburg 607 

Dimmack Alfred. Wheeling 855 

Wheeling Iron & Metal Co, Wheel- 
ing 867 

.JUSTICES. 

Gnllaher C Frank. Charleston 189 

LADIES' TAILORS. 

Gretler .lames. Wheeling 871 

Nagle Charles, Wheeling 871 



AND BUSINESS 



T>ArxniUES. 

Citizen^ i^rcani l.nundry. ClarlvS- 

biirg .: 203 

Huntiivuton Sh-.:ui Laundry, Hun- 

tingteii 4u3 

Troy L..in!'lr\. WhtH-linj; 86'> 

White Swaii l/uuniry. Whooiini?. . S45 

LAWVKRS. 

Maxwell HayinotiM. (.'Uirksburg. . . 217 

Eurdeti Ahralnni W. GrHiton 337 

Barri: ixiiMii \:!>i A, M(>ii:;anio\vn . 511 

Caldwpi! J .\!. r:!rk(>r>!)i:!-ir o('3 

Coiiiii-, K;:-.' i;. ! >!■ k-v «\: Mitc-li- 

eii. i\i:k. .>'.ur: 60- 

Wolfe \\ fi .if, I'.irk.^rsburg li:)3 

Woods i>:iuins'l W P'silippi ^o3 

Hall B 1' ^ V W Si>ri(.n 74^^ 

Linn, Hyrn.' .v h-, •-. Si!tri_)n 751 

Paiii^T .! '< ■■■ '-'■' •!■-.. ...... 7>:* 

Brannon lOi-^a.-.S .\. U't-ron 801 

Swiiu Ckaf. ^ P. \V>'.-r(u. 801 

Garvin T M V. :\^'> '\U'\ 855 

I , K A 1" 1 i i : K N N ! * yi S D I XGS . 

Popp J<-.^t;0;. ri M l<';f(Hl 171 

VocUler Wat ^'v'h- 'Oin.; ......... . 8o< 

I.IVK s Tor K-liOKSES. 

Coffiand Co li; ■. W lu-.Mnii; 8o3 

i.i\!;HV, 

CriFS .1 \V:\''. r !:• iiM^mn SO 

Jeiinin.2:s .v ])n\\> \. jiuckhannon. . 127 

Javrett S H, i th s.'-f^n 179 

Clarksl-nr r i'. * I .v lJ\-ery Co. 

Clark-huru' 203 

Kanawha Mnt-l, KdrrtluOh 2G3 

Manloy Ciinr^'v E. Ktiirtnont 285 

Graltnn Liv- !> Sr iM.-. Grafron. . . 333 

McNeil' r,.".ru'>^ i>. Keysor 421 

L'lze'ir .1 S. M.\.^\'in:A')n 471 

Owen llnrH-- '•: M^Lriin.^lairs? 483 

Hill K n, 1' n-; -S--:... 62r) 

Maddox 1,. i^;•;• >" 075 

Dennini; cv: lO.^^uii. Rruiceverte. . . . 6S3 

Hud.;in.-. i'i u-.-n;-. . llont evert.e. . . 683 

Ko')nfz i'r f. A. Sittnn 751 

Cortland (o The, wtM-eliiii,' 853 

Mastiii V'/ra A. \S'hit(^ Sulphur 

Springs 881 

l.rM!;Kil. 
Ssxon 1 inif A: i-Ufnlivr Co. Blue- 
field 113 

Alton Luti.f '• C:^. Buekhannon. . . 131 

Bak'-r .V ^i!!•i■r. (N'utral Clry.... 397 
Cent'-at Pwr oMnu-iU Co. Ciarks- 

burt; 203 

Sprinkle [0 tnmt^ Mill, Fairmont.. 2'J5 
South Sid" Pusniuji .Mill Co, Graf- 

t'-n 337 

Baker iV S'.ufbT. Kuntin^ton 397 



DIRECTORY. 21 

Hambrick J W, Huntington. 389 

Liller Wm A, Keyser 423 

Steorts H G, Keyser 421 

Elilott-Horrick Lumber Co. Man- 
ninston 471 

Westenhaver Samuel A. Martins- 
burg- 483 

Chaplin ^<c- Warman. Morgantown. 509 

Parkersbiirg ^Mill Co. Parkersburg. 571 

Pope Lewis & Sons, Parkersburg. 

584 and 591 

Watterson W W Lumber Co, Par- 
ken-i,ur^ 613 

Star Linuber Co The. Pennsboro. 629 

Ri:.'g-s & tlissom. St Marys 695 

MfCoy & Alexander. Sistersville. 725 

Bri'^ht & Brewster, Wesron 797 

B.Orz J W & Sons Co, Wheeling. . 853 
MACHLXEKY. 

Capital City Supply Co, Charles- 
ton, rigiu top and left bottom 
lines and ^ 167 

Miller Supply Co', Huntington.... 

left top lines 

Davis-Price Foundry & Machine 
Co. New Cuml)erland 541 

Moore BTdgar M & Co. Pittsburg. 
Pa, ri'TJit top corner cards and 1185 

\\'ickes Brothers. Pittsburg. Pa. .map 
MANTELS. 

Parkersburg I\Iantel, Tile & :\lfg 

Co. Parkersburg ..•••. 58 j 

ALATTRESSES. 

Grand Rapids Furniture Co, 
Ckarlesion. . .right top lines and 167 

Park:er^:biirg Mattress Co, Par- 

kerslur- 61] 

MEDICINES. 

.Jueraens tt Walker. Sutton. 751 

MERCHANDISE BROKERS. 

Flat Ten Brokerage Co. Blueiield. lOS' 

Thornhill .T L. Charleston 183 

B'ackford Thomas, Parkersburg.. 603 

L:!sh & Co, Wheeling 857 

MILK CANS. 

Kins: I J Co. Pittsburg. Pa 1007 

iMlLL AND MINE SUP: 'LIES. 

Capital City Supply Co, Charles- 
t(-'n, right top and left bottom 
lines and 167 

West \Trginia Mine Supply Co, 
T'lTcksIjurg. . .left side lines and 211 

Miller Supply Co, Huntington.... 

left top lines 

Heislon W H Mill Construction 
Co. rsfarrinsburg 481 

Phillips Mine & Mill Supply Co, 
Pittsburg, Pa . .map 



99 



WEST A^RGINIA GAZE^TTEER 



Berry Charles H Supply Co, 

Wheeling. .. .left side lines and S29 
Trimble & Liitz Co. Wheeling. . . . 

front cover and 843 
MONU^IEXTS. 
Bliiefield Marble Works, Bluefield. 10^ 

Wilton W J, Charleston HT 

Hanibleton M N. Huntington 395 

Edwards & Anderson. Ironton, O..1201 
Stewart Granite Works, Manning- 
ton • . . 473 

Lang- Fred A IMarble & Granite 

Co. Parkers i)ur,2,- GO'? 

Hawkins C C. Sutton 74i> 

Weston Granite & Marble Works, 

Weston ?01 

Burley .J F & Co. Wheeling 853 

:music axd :mt^sical merchan- 
dise. 

Bluefield Jewelry Co, Bluefield 107 

Cantrell W A & Co. Chirieston . . . 173 

Wilson I B. Moundsviile 525 

Curtis E S. Parkersbur;:? opp 5S 

Hoehl & Gieseler Piano Co. Wheel- 
ing front cover and 837 

NEWSPAPERS. 
BluefieUI Daily Telegraph, Blue- 

fieM . 105 

Charleston Daily .Mail, Charles- 
ton 173 

Ck-irksburg Teiegrim. Clirk.^t)urg. 215 
Grafton Sentinel The. Gruf'tt^n... 331 
Huntington Advertiser. Hunting- 
ton . opp 3SS 

Daily Record, ^.linninston ....... 473 

Parkersl)urg News. Parl;er-burg. . Ull 

State Journal. Parkershurg *il7 

Pittsburg Dispatch The. Pittsburg. 
Pa, top corner cards and side 

lines and 807 

Wheeling Intelligt^ncer, Wheeling. 813 
Wheeling Telegraph, Wlueling... 81*3 

NOTARIES. 
Gallaher C Frcink. Cli^rh-s Town. 189 

Harr Levi B. r^airmont 293 

Burdett Al.'raharn W. (Ir jiton , . . . . 337 
Rymer Wm G. M-inumgiou. ... 
Harrison Povron R M-irtinsbn 



473 
4S1 
511 

5 1 :) 



B^riickman Van A.. Morgaotown 

Wiles John W. MorgatUown 

Collins. Riisst'll. Dickfv iV Miuh- 

ell. Parkersburg *'<<^'j 

Harris J T. Pnrkersburg G<»7 

Wolfe W H Jr Parkersimrg 1153 

Hall B P ct V B. Sutrnn. 749 

Palmer J C Jr. WelW'urg 7S;i 

Fink Theo W & Co. Whetding 853 



Hesse & Kirchnor. Wheeling 

left bottom lines and 837 

Ptobiuson G W, Wheeling 871 

Rogers \V W. Wheoiing 863 

OIL PRODUCERS. 
C'^ntral Development Co. Clarks- 
burg back cover and 203 

Sp(Mw-c iV; Smith. ParkvU-sburg. . . . 595 

Stiles Bros. Parkersburg 

left bottom lines and 597 
Taylor <^ Taylor. Parkersburg. . . 

right top lines and 597 
OIL WELL BAILERS. 

Miinucn Fi E, Mannington 465 

OIL WELL SUPPLIES. 

ninths Toruf-do Co. Cai!0 141 

Star Rig Reel & Supply Co. Clarks- 

'■nv:': ri ?,ht tup Unps 

/.tUfui*]] H E. Mannington 405 

Piiiliip,- Charles Tool Co, ?dan- 

ulugton 469 

\\" v-M n-Mior & M^^hme Co. :Man- 

nim^nui front cover and 471 

PUtm liros Co The. M/'rietta. O. .1183 
Bcvaird .t- Seyfang Mfg Co, Par- 
kers bur-j ,595 

('!•(! fv .1 J & Co, Parkersburg 577 

!•'<■. -e'?:!-!:^ ^ Co. Parkersburg 581 

Purkei sinirg Casting Co, Parkers- 

'■:VVT, left bottom lines and 597 

sr.-n:e & Smith, Parkersburg... 595 

>ri;<> }^ro^. P;irkersb\irg 

left bf)ttom lines and 597 
Pe-rv Char'es H Supply Co. 

Wheeling left side lines and 829 

Trln'ble &. Liitz Co, Wheeling. . . . 

front cover and 843 
OPTICIANS. 

Vi'h-^v.^^ T H & Co. Bluefield 109 

Madt ra Charles H, ?k[organtown. . 517 
Pvib C E. Parkersburg. . .603 and GOO 

Wikox J C. Wehd-i 785 

OSTEOPATHS. 

Se iman F \', Huntinzton 393 

Seaman W J. Huntiimtou 393 

PAINT MNFRS. 
Sir^f J<i!iies I{ t<' CeK Allegheny. 

Pa. t'.'it top corner cards and 1229 
Dt> Noon Bros Paint & Glass Co, 
Pittsburg. Pa. left top cornei 

caids and '. . . .1229 

Chapman W H Sons. Wh'^eling. .1229 
I'ArNTEIlS. 

.Meleher S If «!ic R L. Bhiefield 113 

Clemm W T B. Clarksburg 215 

Dodge J W. Clarksburg 207 

Kurner D C. Whi-eling 

right tf)p lines and 839 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 23 

JV\lM:ii MXFRS. PLANING MILLS. 

Dobl.'r iM- ^^! f-.' nallimor*^ Md. 1230 Saxon Lime & Lumber Co, Blue- 

r\iM u \vn()LH>-ALE. field 113 

PerU:y <t iu^ i'iifshuru. Pa 1231 Star "Rig Reel & Supply Co. Clarks- 

Oliiistt-.i-l IWn-. Co. Wheeling burg right top lines 

bottom edge and 8G1 SpriTikie Pl-inin? Milb Fairmonr.. 295 

P\TI:m' .\TT(jRNEYS. Southside Planing Mill Co. Graf- 



ton . 3 



Beyans Janus W. Washington, D ^^^^ ^^^^^^ ^ g^^.^,^^_ Huntington 397 

Vj i — Ow T..n.j.j^Tr -I T • ,~t -y r 



Clark.^.'n K S. Washington. D C, 



EIliott-Herrick Lumber Co. Man- 
nmgton 471 



righi I. p orr cards in Classified ^_^ Chaplhi & "warman." Moi-gantown: 500 

'^^'■' ■'"' *' ■""' P-irkersbursr Mill Co. Parkersburg. .171 

W^tterson W W Lumber Co. Par- 
kersburg 613 

^ , ,, , ,. ,t' 1 • f „ T^ Riggs & His.^om. St Marvs 695 

Sv;..tt ru.vu . i^ Uashmgton. D ^,^^^^ ^ Alexander. Sistersviile. . 725 

,,.V,, :,„■■.;■" .,^' ■ u*-" ' V " Alfred Brothfrs. ^.^^eston 797 

Wi'.^oT' a n At (o, Woshmgton.^ _^ Bpitz J W ^ Sons Co. Wbo-lin^. . . 853 



Fir;: ("..'■^'' \\ T ,<: Cn. Washlu'j:- 
ton, !> «'. ri.;ht boit.un cor cards 
in Cla. 'Jii! i);r< fJory and.... 1233 



J ' I. J -■-'■' 

Uuulap }l i:. Win (• in<-^ 871 

!'A'!ri:';xM \kers. 

Pattiii U'--. r , rr.v. M 'riotta. 0..11S3 
V'Ih'Tn(;{{Al'i'ERS. 



Excelsior 'f^'niii — >- atijiq; Wheeling. S5.J 

PLASTER MNFRS. 
S^xf^n Lime & Lumber Co, Blue- 

tiehl 113 

Fpirmont Wall Piaster Co. Fair- 



Store-r-.'»'t .1 ',? nuckhannon. . . . 133 j^ont .back covei 



Wills H U. Ch.irlrriow 

\ si!e lines and 177 



PLUMBERS. 
He'ner O V. Bluefield 109 



Hend. r-utj .] S. c: >rk-<))-:rg 217 VAjtlow M G, Bluofield 113 

Joh!)^S'-^ -?•!■'. .^> K:i!rni'»nt 293 Finne';an Bros. Bramvrel! 121 



Shaf.'!- S' ' :: • i-^-; irniMtit ........ . 291 



No'vlon Foundry & ^^lachine Co. 



Frioni! i."!U'!"l K. .\b)r:j::iutov/n. . . 519 Grafton ". 333 

Crov.- I M. Nf(.-n\J -vii)'.> 52*1 GrifTith Geo AT Co.' Hi'-non 3G7 

Jones K R & Co. H in ton 3G5 

Hnntir^ten Phimbing & Supplv 

Gimn .1 E. XS ' .' 'hn<:. 8^ ^^^ Huntm-iton 3S3 



Boog W .1 Si!, ri 701 

^vpykl* V ./ V..- -^i.% in . 703 



Wills ii B. ■^vh.-.-iinj 

bfr si,i«^ line^. 177 and 869 



Star P*b.mibin'^r Co. Himtington. . . . 391 
Giskell Plumbing Co. ?vIorgan- 



;'!?VSt(M.\XS. ; t,ov;n 519 

Bpor 0-r:?r 15 Bii^-k'iannon 129 : Kpnnedv & Brand, Morgantown. . . 515 

BarlxT T L Cf,:<: l-^tDn 163 \ P.-^rkersbur^r Suuply & Plumbing 

Soan,''Tt f-' \' n;'i;nr!-^'m 393 ' Co. Parkersburg 585 

SeauKi'i W ' H r.':r;.rion 393 • Eli^on A B ^ Co, Webster Springs. 781 

Ha^k-:;~ i" ^T '^'U- iini,. .809 and 1120 , Denser W C. Weston 795 

Mc-M^ •,- it !> V.-,,. >';n'r 1121 ; Schne'le W^ F C. Wheeling 863 

!';■> -C'l >NS' SCPPLIES. I Trimble & Lutz Co. Wheeling.... 

B'fb ■ '■ ' ' -' Piiarmacal Co. I front cover and S43 

Pirf ! ' • i'i . 1247 j PLTTMBERS 'SUPPLIES. 

?'<N!»- .\\f> ORGANS. Finne-an Bros. Bramwell 121 

>lptKi'-.r T H .V Cii. Bliieneld 109 Hunlinvton Plumbing & Supply 

C^^rtr. :! W .v ^: (',,. (^har'pston. . 173 ' Co, Huntington 383 

■W'i!->=;f>n I U. >!Mnnfi-vil!p.,-,25 and 1253 Parl'ersburg Supply & Plumbing 

Cnrrl> E S. **ark..f.:|njr,.; f.pj, .58 Co. Parkersburg r,^r, 

Melior <• r ('■ ['irt-lmrs:. Pa. . . . Danser W C. Weston. '«95 

!' '^ t .V .MPit-r carfis and 1253 ' S hnelle W F C. Whep'ing ^.63 

HiMhl .^- ('.i«'-" <'r Piano Co. Wheel- Trimble & Lutz Co, Wheeling 

in:4 irnnt cover and 83'^ front cover and };43 

P;.'a(-' FurTtirun- (y>. Whoeling. . . POTTERIES. 

back bone and S15 , Donaghho Co The. Parkersburg. . IJOI 



21 



WEST VIRGINIA GAZETTEER 

Telegraph Publishing Co, Wheel- 



Southside Pottery Co, Parkers- 
burg i395 

PRINTERS. 

Belington Publishing Co, Beling- 

/ ton 89 

Upshur Republican The, Buckhan- 
noii L33 

Morris Wm J. Cairo 14i 

Magnet Printing Co. Charleston.. 1-59 

Tribune Printing Co, Charleston.. 

opp 186 Mt Caualand Joseph, Wheeling 



iug 823 

Puinara Demncrar The. Winfield. 891 
PRO I ) i T^E- -WHOLES ALE. 

James C H, Ciiarleston ISl 

Huntington Cohl Storage & Cora- 

inissitjn C'o, Huntington 389 

Huntington Produce &. Feed Co, 

r[uutingr(m 395 

McCoacii J M & Co, Huntington. . . 393 

857 



Manns F C H Co, Cincinnati. O. 

opp 874 
Weisbrodt H W, Cincinnati. O... 

opp 103S 
County Mail Book Store, Clarks- 
burg 215 

James-Shepherd Co The. Clarks- 
burg 205 

Reger L H. Clarksburg 209 

Downtain W S, Fayetteville 303 

Mcintosh G C. Fayerreviile. . . . . . . 30;] 

Grafton Sentinel. Graiton 331 

Ritchie Standard. Hari-isv-i!le 335 

Banner Printing Co, Huntington.. 397 
HuncinL:ton Advertiser, Hunting- 
ton opp 388 

Whetsell Hrratio S. Kiugnood... 429 
Bryant R W t<r F K, .Mannin-,ron. 4*3 
Pocahontas Puljiishing Co. Mariin- 

ton 475 

Acme Publishing Co, Morgantown, 

opp 51<' 
W'et:':el Democrat, New Martins- 
ville 547 

Daily News Publishing Co. Par- 

kersburg 611 

State Journal Co. Pa: kersburg. . . . 617 

White C E, Pi^rkersburg. 601 

Perley & Bro. Pittsburg, Pa 1231 

Pittsburg Dispatch The. Pittsburg. 
Pa. top corner cords, side lines 

and 807 

Rawsthorne Engraving <jc Printing 

Co, Pittsburg, Pa..]etr i)()tt(;m lines 
Templcton Howard. Ronceverce. . 6>«3 

Oracle Printing Co. Si Marys 6j5 

Pleasants County Leader, St 

, Marys 695 

Bo';ne W L Shepherdsiown 715 

Bulletin Co Th*:-. Spen.er 737 

Jores T .V. Spencer 733 

Brixton Central. Sutton . 749 

Independent The. Weston 799 

Intelligencer Publishing Co, 

Wheeling 813 

Olmstead Bros Co, Wlieeling. . . . 

bottom edge and 881 



PUBLISHERS. 
Bc'ingrun Publishing Co, Beling- 

ron 89 

Shott H L Bluefield 105 

Morris Wm J, Cairo 141 

County Mail Publishing Co, 

Clarlvsburg 215 

.Mclnr,u-li (; C, Foy.>trevi!le 303 

Gr-Ttton Sentinel The, Grafton.... 331 
Wherseli Horatio S. Kiuewood . . . 429 
Bryant R W & F K, Mannington. 473 
Porahortas Publishing Co. Marlin- 

ton 475 

Acme Publishing Co The. IMor- 

^i-.intown . opp 510 

"Wesicman C G. New ^lariins- 

ville 547 

Zeilei W H. Parsons 623 

Oracle Printing Co, St Marys 695 

B^HJue "W 1. Shepherdstown 715 

I'nilerin Cr- The. Spencer. 737 

Jf;re^ T A. S;-(\-icer 733 

Inde]-eu(ient Puliiishing Co, Wes- 
ton 799 

Putnam D'^mocrat The. Winfield. 891 

prPdJSHL-:Rrr agents. 

I.omas Charif^s J. Ne^v York. N Y.12u5 
RAH.ROADS. 

V,'e=it Virginia Central & Pittsburg 
Ry Co. Baltimore. Md 5 

Iiiin(>is Central Raiboad Co, Pitts- 
burg. Pa.. side lines and S 

Wheel im,' & Lake Erie R R Co, 



\Vhee;ini 



REAL ESTATE. 

Rector & Luttrell. Belington 89 

Baldwin D B. Bluefield 107 

Fmmous M R. Bluetield 109 

ChalfMUt C E. Bucdchannon. . . . . , . l27 

Bowen it Hall. Charb-slon 

left bottom lines, back cover and 163 
Hawkins S A «6; Son. Charleston.. 

riglit bottom lines and 175 
HolK-y <£•; Stephen.-on, Charleston. 

left top lines 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



25 



TiuMf!!;'!! J T, CbarlPston 183 

Galiah- r i' Fr..nk. Charles Town. 189 

Harr L.vi H. F-irrnoTU 293 

Lansuiin [iinvv F{, Fairmont 232 

Grait<:!i 'ii.'.Ii i-:xciiani2,o, Grafton. 333 
Bak.r, r-.-.^-ll t<: Hile, Hunting- 

tiai 3S.J 

Booiii .V i''<>n:uson. Huntington... 307 

Chauil • :•.-■ :. I.. Huntington 399 

Hnnl,i!!':fun \.i\n>\ Co The. Hun- 

tin^'ton left bottom lines 

Rymer \Vm fJ K: Co. Mannin'^ton. 473 

Harri.-^c-n fr-.vrnn R. Martin^bnrg. 481 

Barri<-!- f!i:i!! \'''n A. Morganrown. -Ml 

Mills .!ns,.!!i, fi. Morgantown 513 

Wil. s luh!! \V. Mi.rgantown 513 

Stet)l;(i!'^ iv Stophens. New Mar- 

tinsviiif 545 

Cain .J H. F'liri.orshurg. . . 

right bottom lines 
Grogg iS: Hudioy. E^arkersburg, left 

to',) an-l b'iTtnii, lines, back rover 

an.d 26 

Neale .! K. Farkr-rshurg. . . . . . 609 

Nuttt-r Hr«<>. i*arkersbiirg 

h'ft top lines and 583 
Ohio Vilb-y ivf-i! Hsrate Co The. 

Park* r-.biir-.r. !-iuht ion lines and 583 

Powcli ^iiuiiir. rarkershurg 

r!;^!u top jii^os and 563 
Taylor A> Tay!<;r, i'arker.sbnrg. . . 

rh:hr top lines and 597 
We^t Vir:is!ia R al PLstate Co, 

Parkis>»< nir.ri-ht top lines and 567 

Wolfe VV H Jr. Pa'-kr'rsl)nrg 1153 

Wood Ci.'uijfv R.'a! Kstate Co. Par- 

ktrs>i»:rs..- ^13 i 

Woods S;irn!i^ i V. Philippi.. 635 I 

Fre^'hu'.i R. li Karate Co. Pitts- 

iMir'-r. Pa, rmht t.np corner cards : 

at'd •'!»!> 1269 ■ 

Stefk .\n:<.s K: Co, Pittsbnrg, Pa.. 987 ' 

Strnl-'i<' <• H Piftsltnrg. Pa 

^'-■'hi tor. rnnu-r cards and 943 I 

W'dx' i NV .J. rMtfsbnrg, Pa 

r\-'Mt top corner card? i 

ChinJuT-- r. 1., Welch .399 j 

Pa'i!i. r } i' ir, W-H^lnirg! ......[ 789 I 

SwiJi? Thar!.-.; }>, We^ton 801 ! 

Fir.k/i; «-*' \V ,^- Co. Wheeling...'.' 855 '• 

}],>-,■ ^ K)r.-hn-r. Wheeling \ 

!'•;? borrom line.s and 8-37 ■ 

WkMh.in ?. J; \Vi;o...|incr §^39 , 

ftKKJnCKRATORS. ; 

j)^ ::•■;« S S«*JiS. Pirtsbnrg, Pa '. 

rii'ht side lines and 909 i 

G!' • K?<'r B'^rnard. Piusbnrg. Pa.. ! 

left side lines i 



RF:aALIA AND B.ADGES. 
Weber-Erickson-Bunting Co. Pitts- 
burg, Pa.. right side lines and 1271 
RESTAURANTS. 

City Restaurant. Alderson 63 

Sweet Home Restaurant, Clarks- 

i)nrg 213 

Clark Howard. Davis 243 

Anderson Burnett W. I^^Iorgantown. 517 

Burns Jess. Parkersburg 603 

]MoIntosh .Tohn Sr, Ronceverte. . . 683 

-J R" Restaurant. Weilsburg 789 

Bader & Maurer, Wheeling S49 

ROOFERS. 

Wliiilow M G. Bhiefteld 113 

Sutter Clair P, Clarksburg 213 

Luethke .John W. Grafton d37 

North C P, Keystone 425 

Woodford George L. Philippi 635 

Caldabanah Geo W Sc Bro, Wheel- 
ing 833 

Ohio Vallev Roofin2: Co. Wheeling. 859 

ROOFING MATERIAL. 
Drummond T B & Co, Bnckhan- 

non left top lines and 127 

Capital City Supply Co. Charles- 
ton., right top and left bottom 

lines and , 167 

Sieorrs H G, Keyser 421 

Riggs & Hissom, St :vrarys 695 

RUBBER STAMPS. 
Magnet Printing Co, Charleston.. 139 

Stewart .J K. Cincinnati. O 1277 

Globe Rubber Stamp Works. Fair- 
mont right side lines 

Bragdon .J C, Pittsburg. Pa...... 

left top corner cards and 1038 
C'.inningham M E & Co. Pittsburg, 

Pa 1277 

Matthews James H & Co, Pitts- 
burg, Pa 1277 

Pannier Bros Stamp Co. Pittsburg. 

Pa. . . right bottom lines 

Weber-ti!rickson-Bunting Co, Pitts- 
burg. Pa.. right side lines and 1271 
Wheeling Stencil Seal & Rubber 

Stamp Co, Wheeling 1277 

SAFES. 
Miller Supply Co The, Hunting- 
ton left top lines 

Franklm C W, Pittsburg, Pa 1279 

SALOOXSi 

Ca rroll Louis. Davis , 243 

Clark Howard. Davis 243 

Berns & Simpson, Fairmont 1'81 

Manley Charles E, Fairmont 285 

Skinners Tavern F-'airmont 

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Custer Edwarrl, Grafton 335 

Miller Wm G. Grafton . 333 

Faiilconer & Parrotc. Hinton 3B7 

IVIartm Thornas \V, Martinsburg. . 481 

Eakin House. New Martinsville. , 515 

Hotel De Witt. Parkersburg 605 

Spencer The, Point Pleasant 640 

Bader & Maurer, Wheeling 849 

SEEDS. 

Neil J IVr Co, Charleston 183 

W^est Charleston Feed Co. Charles- 
ton 183 

IMossman Bros, Huntington 3S1 

Becker C H, Wheeling 851 

SHEET METAL WORKERS. 

Kane W C, Bramwell 121 

North C P, Keystone 425 

Kane & Owens Hardware Co, Wes- 
ton : 799 

,SIGX WRITERS. 

Kurner D C. Wheeling 

right top lines and 839 
STEAM ENGINES. 

Pattin Bros Co, Marietta. 1183 

Weisgerber & Ebeiing Machine 

Co, Wheeling 8G7 

STENOGRAPHERS. 

Harris J F. Parkersburg 607 

STORAGE. 

Consumers Ice ^ CoM Storage Co 
The, Huntington 399 

Huntington Cold Storage & Com- 
mission Co. Huntington 389 

McCoach J M & Co, Huntington.. 393 

Union Trnnsrer & Storage Co. 
Huntington 395 

Wheeling Warehouse & Storage 

Co. Wheeling 1313 

STOVE MANUFACTURERS. 

Pluntin^^.ton Stove & Foundry Co, 
Huntington 383 

Flat Top Stove & Foundry Co, 
Keystone 425 

Mingo Foundry &: Machine Works, 

Williamson 8S5 

STRUCTURAL IRON WORK. 

Rieseck P. Allegheny, Pa 

left top corner cards and 946 

Arch iter tural Iron & Wire Works, 
Wheeling 851 

TANKS. 
Honhorst Joseph & Co, Cincin- 
nati. O 1291 

Mfll'r Supply Co. Huntington.... 

left top lines 



W:'st Yn, Boiler & Machine Co, 
Mannington. .. .front cover and 471 

Fleming Tank Co. Pittsburg, Pa, 
left top cornt^r cards and ..... .1304 

Flint <^ Walling Mfg Co, Pittsburg, 
Pa. .riahr iop corner cards and 1304 

Fleming Bros, Salem 

right bur torn corner cards and 699 

TRANSFER. 

Union Transfer & Storage Co, 
Huntington 395 

Rt-ass .losepli & Son. Wheeling. .1313 
Wheeling W'arciiouse & storage 
Co, Wheeling 1313 

TRUST COMPANIES. 
Kanav.ha Banking & Trust Co, 

Charleston 1 1 9 

Union S'lvin-s Rank & Trust Co. 

Huntington 399 

Central B -inking &, Security Co, 

Parkersburg. right top lines and 573 
Union Trust & Deposit Co, Par- 

Kersburg 599 

Dollar Savings & Trust Co. Wheel- 
ing front cover and 828 

Security Trust Co, W^heeling 1141 

U.MBRELi..-vo. 

SDfX)k George M Co, Wheeling... 819 

UNDERTAKERS. 

Mott Luci'in H, Davis 2-io 

Puffenburuer Wm .1. Davis 245 

Carter .J C c^- Co. Huntington 399 

Johnston Fnd.ertaking Co, Hun- 

tingron. 403 

Parkersburg Furniture Co. Par- 
kersburg 611 

Duncan .loiin \V. Thomas 759 

Dunuis W \V. Wheeling 833 

Palace Furniture Co, Wheeling. . . 

back bone and 815 
VETERINARY SURGEONS. 

Hershey S E. Charleston 181 

Reefer L N, Wheeling.. 861 

WALL PAPER. 

M'-Icher S H &- R L, Bluefield 113 

.Juergens «t Walker. Sutton 751 

Kurner D C. Wheeling 

right top lines and 839 
WIRE WORKS. 

Riese( k P. Allegheny. Pa 

left top corner cards and 946 

Rieger Christ. PKtsburg. Pa 1323 

Ar«'hitoctural iriui & Wire Works, 
Wheeling S51 



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I W. M. BLECKER, Vice-President 

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The Broad Corn and ^Viieit Fi'.Lis and Thriving Towns of 

The Fertile River Valleys and Trade Centres of 

The Grnod Picturesque and Enciantinir Sc^jaorv, nnd the Famous Mining 

Districts of OOL-ORADO, 

The Agricultural, Fruit, Mineral and Timber Lands, and Famous Hot Springs of 

The Beautiful Ro'.Un- Prairie-i and \\".K«;;am'.s of the 

TL3 Sugar Plancations of 

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And forms, wiih its Connec'tioiis, the Popular Winter Route to 

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or Hoi Sp>i)iL^5, Arb., San ^{ytnnio. Tex '^nd Mexico, addri ss 

BfSSELL WILSON, D. P. A., Ill Adams Street, CHICAGO, JLL. 

RUSSELL HARDfNC, Vice-Pres. and Gen'l Mngr. 
C. C. WARNER, Vice-Pres. A. C. BiRO, Vice-Frcs. 

H, C. TOWNSEND, Gen'l Pass, and Ticket Agent, ST. LOUIS, MO. 



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1. K RrcHARDS. Secv. & Mngr. A. P. Brady, Treasirer. 

Local and Long Distance Phones. 



BRADY CONSTRVCTION COMPANY 

Coniraciors @, Builders 



Elk Firldge Building, Clarksburg, W. Va. 

All classes of City Buildings, Heavy Frame, Coal Tipples, both Wood 
and Iron Works complete. Plans and estimates furnished if desired. 



S n BRADY. Chief Engineer, AVabash R. R. in \V. Va. and Ohio. 
A SP.\TKS BRADY. Chief Engineer, },Iorganto\vn and Kingwood R. R. 

Fifteen Years Practical Experience. 



S. D. BRADY <a BRO., Inc 

CIVIC, MIMING and 
COMSVi^TIMG ENGINEERS 

Offices: New JaLCobs Building - - FaLirmont, W. Va., 

Railroads and Street Car Lines located and c(^n-tructed. 
Coal TVi>|H'rties examined aTid repc^rteil hjimik Di'vclop- 
itii,^ of Crvil Lan(i> anil desiijjniiiir "i Coal 'I'lTiplos a S{h eialty. 
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Traction- Lin'es. 



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Pittsburg, Pa^. E^VROPKAH PLrAPf 

R&tos from $1.00 Per Day Upward 
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F. C. SMITH, Proprietor. 



nTExchan.e All Kincls of Rcal Estate 

la All Parts of the United St?wtes. 



Call for descriptions a^.d t^rices. statini^ dffinit<-h- the J. Haf-.n aivi k.nd of pr.porty 
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PLANTATION^ \N;) LAK'.K AN;» >MAII FAMMS. 



Fire Insurance 
Life Insuranc; 



AcciJ;*nt Insurance 
Security Bonds 




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AMD BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

1904-5. 



MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATION 



STATE GOVEHNfilENT. 

Capitol Building, Charleston. 



Governor — A B White, Parkersburg, 
Wood county. 

Secretary of State — W M O Dawson, 
Charles. Kanawha county. 

Auditor — Arnold C Srherr, Keyser, 
Mineral founty. 

Treasurer — Peter Silman, Charleston. 
Kanawha county. 

Attorney-General — Romeo H Freer, 
Harrisville, Ritchie county. 

Superintendent of Schools — T C Mil- 
ler. Fairmont. Mineral county. 

Adjutant General— S B Baker, Par- 
kersburg, Wood county. 

Labor Commissioner — I V Barton. 
Wheeling, Ohio county. 

Librarian — S W Starks, Charleston, 
Kanawha county. 

State Bank Examiner — M A Kendall, 
Parkersburg. Wood county. 



T S Cooper, 4th Mining District, Key- 
stone. McDowell county. 

Jerry Westlake, 5th Mining District, 
Elm Grove, Ohio county. 



INSPECTORS OF MIXES. 

J W Paul. Chief, Davis, Tucker county. 

I M Kelley, 1st Mining District, Clarks- 
burg. Harrison county. 

E A Henry, 2nd Mining District, Clif- 
ton, Mason county. 

Edward Pinkey, r,rd Minia^; District, 
Montgomery, Fayette county. 



STATE BOARD OF AGRICULTURE. 

Abram McCulloch, President, Clinton, 
Ohio county. 

M V Brown, Buffalo, Putnam county. 

R M Fisher, Berkeley Springs, Mor- 
gan county. 

W D Zinn, Philippi. Barbour county. 

Walter HoIIe, St Clara, Doddridge 
county. 

E J Humphrey, Belleville, Wood 
county. 

J A Ewart, Beckley, Raleigh county. 

J O Thompson, Secretary, Charleston, 
Kanawha county. 

.1 B Garvin, Assistant Secretary, and 
Superintendent of Farmers Insti- 
tute, Charleston, Kanawha county. 



! STATE BOARD OP HEALTH. 
Dr J L Dickey, Wheeling. Term ex- 
pires June 1, 1907. 
Dr T F Lanham, Newburg. Term ex- 
pires June 1. ir^07. 
Dr J E Robins, Claremont. Term ex- 
pires June 1, 1007. 
Dr S W Varuer. Glcnville. Term ex- 
j pires June 1, 1907. 



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Dr H A Barbee, Pt Pleasant. Term 

expires June 1, iy07. 
Dr A H Warden, Graiton. Term ex- 
pires June 1, 1907. 
Dr D P Morgan, Clarksburg. Term 

expires June 1. 190.~). 
Dr S N Myers, Martinsburg. Term 

expires June 1, lOO-j. 
Dr A N Frame, Parkersburg. Term 

expires June 1, 1005. 
Dr A G Staunton, Charleston. Term 

expires June 1, 1905. 
Dr C W Spangler, Maybeury. Term 

expires June 1, 1905. 

STATE VACCINE AGENTS. 

Dr S L Jepson, Wheeling. Term ex- 
pires June 1, 1905. 

Dr W T Hernshaw, Martinsburg. Term 
expires January 12, 1906. 

Dr W P Ewing, Charleston. Term ex- 
pires January 12. 1906. 



STATE ADVISORY BOARD OF 
PARDONS. 
W E White, Parkersburg. Wood coun- 
ty. Term expires June 1, 1903. 
\Vm W Brannon. Weston, Lewis coun- 
ty. Term expires June 1, 1903. 



STATE BOARD OF DENTAL EXAM- 
INERS. 

C H Bartlett, Parkersburg. Wood 
county. Term expires June 30, 1904. 

James Stathers, Sistersvilie, Tyler 
county. Term expires June 30, 1907. 

W A Williams, Huntington. Cabell 
county. Term expires June 30, 1905. 

J F Butts, Charleston. Kanawha coun- 
ty. Term expires June 21, 1907. 

H M VanVoorhis, ;Morgantown. ]Mo- 
nongalia county. Term expires June 
21, 1907. 



STATE BOARD OF EMBALMERS. 
W H Fredlock, Piedmont, Mineral 

county. Term expires June 1, 1907. 
William Hicks. Bluetield. Mercer coun- 
ty. Term expires June 1, 1907. 
W H W^hilen. Martinsburg. Berkeley 

county. Term expires June 1, 1905. 
John Barlow, Charleston, Kanawha 

county. Term expires June 1, 1905. 
Geo D Gilflllan. Parkersburg, Wood 

county. Term expires June 1, 1905. 
Fred T Bradley, N^w Cumberland. 

Hancock county. Term expires 

June 1, 1905. 



W H Holswade, Huntington, Cabell 

county. Term expires May 31, 1905. 
W E Wharton, New Martinsville, W^et- 

zol county. Term expires May 31, 

1907. 
F G Labban, .\lderson. Monroe county. 

Term expires May 31. 1907. 
Ray N Ferrell, West Union. Doddridge 

county. Term expires May 31, 1907. 



COMMISSIONERS OF PHARMACY. 

E B Hall. Parkersburg, Wood county. 
Term expires April 1, 1904. 

Frank B Havmaker. Clarksburg, Har- 
rison county. Term expires April 
1, 1905. 

E L Love. Grafton, Taylor county. 
Term expires April 1. 1906. 

J L Crider. HriUtington. Cabell coun- 
ty. Term expires April 1. 1905. 

Alfred Walker, Sutton. Braxton coun- 
ty. Term expires April 1, 1904. 

STATE NATIONAL GUARD. 

Commander-in-Chief, 

His Excellency Albert B White. Gov- 
ernor of the State. 

Headauarters, Charleston. 
GENERAL STAFF. 

Brigadier-General Samuel B Baker, 
Adjutant-General. Parkersburg. 

Biigadier-General John \V. M. Apple- 
ton, Quartermaster-General, Salt 
Sulphur Springs. 

Brigadier-General :\Iorris Horkheimer, 
Commissary-General, Wheeling. 

Brigadier-General Edwin L Boggs. 
Paymaster-General, Charleston. 

Brigadier-General Noyes S. Burlew, 
Chief of Ordnance. Charleston. 

E^ia:adier-Getieral Charles D. Elliott. 
Inspef-tor General. Parkersburg. 

Brigadier-General William N. Miller. 
Judge Advocate General, Parkers- 
burg. 

Colonel A S Hutson, Assistant Adju- 
tant-Geaeral. Charleston. 

Colonel John D Hewitt, Assistant 
Commissary-General, Bramwell. 

Colonel Robert L Somerville, Assist- 
ant Quartermaster-General, Farm- 
in gton. 

Colonel Colin H Livingstone. Assist- 
ant Commissary-General. Elkins. 

Colonel Darwin FJ Abbott. Assistant 
Qua'-termaster-General. Huntington. 

Colonel G Karl Knnst. Aide-de-Camp, 
Weston. 



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Colons] Sidney p. Thanhoiiser, Airte- i 

de-Camp. Parkersburs- ' 

Colonel William K Bodley, Aide-do- 

Camp. Wbooliris;". i 

Colonel William B McMechen, Aide-do-' 

Camp. Whoelini^c. i 

Colonel Richard El kins. Aide-de-Camp 

Elkins. 
Colonel John E Dana. Aide-de-Camp 

Charleston. 
Colonel Samuel H Brockunier, Aide 

de-Camp, Wheeling:. 
Colonel A Roben Stall ings, Aide-de 

Camp, Davis. 
Colonel William Ellsworth Crooks 

Aide-de-Camp. Keyser. 
Colonel Frank A Coi)en, Aide-de-Camp 

Elizabeth. 
Colonel George T Carskadon, Aide-de 

Camp, Keyser. 
Colonel James D Biniey, Aide-de- 
Camp. Monndsville. 
Colonel Alfred Pauli, Aide-de-Camp. 

W^heeling. 
Colore] James K Hall, Aide-de-Camp. 

Wheeling. 

FIRST BRIGADE. 

Headquarters, Charleston. 

Brigadier-General Clarence L Smith 

Commanding. 
Lieutenanr-Colonel Charles C Lewis 

Jr.. Adjutant-General, Charleston. 
Major Wm N Page, Inspector-General 

Ansted. 
Major Lester Ridenour. Chief Quar 

termaster, Huntington. 
Major Philip D Neal, Chief Commls 

sary, Parkersburg. 
Major Frank M Thomas, Chief Pay- 
master. Charleston. 
Major Thomas E Hodges, Inspector j 

Small Arms Pi-actice, Morgantown. i 
Major William G Peterkin, Judge Ad-' 

vocate, Parkersburg. 
Captain M B Gibbons, Aide-de-Camp, ■ 

Parkersburg. 
Captain Earl H Smith, Aide-de-Camp. ' 

Fairmont. \ 

MEDICAL DEPARTMENT. ' 

Lieutenant-Colonel H B Baguley, Chief 

Surgeon, Wheeling. • 

Major Charles T Nesbitt, Surgeon, 1st : 

Infantry, W'heeling. 
Major Cassius C Hogg, Surgeon, 2nd ' 

Infy., Huntington. 
Captain Zadoc T Kalbaugh. Assistant 

Surgeon, 1st Infy., Piedmont. ] 



Captain Horace M Patton, Assistant 
Surgeon. 2nd Infy.. Parkersburg. 

First Lieutenant Alonzo Andrews, As- 
sistant Surgeon, 1st Infy., Martins- 
burg. 

First Lieutenant Robert L Morrison, 
Assistant Surgeon, 1st Infy., Par- 
kersburg. 

First Lieutenant George C Schoolfield, 
Assistant Surgeon, 2nd Infy., 
Charleston. 

First Lieutenant Harry K. Owens, As- 
sistant Surgeon, 2d Infy., Keyser. 
FIRST REGIMENT INFANTRY. 
Headquarters, Fairmont. 

Colonel HaiTy R Smith, Commanding. 

Lieutenant-Colonel William W Scott, 
Fairmont. 

First Lieutenant John L Hunt, Adju- 
tant. Burton. 

First Lieutenant Zachariah T Stewart. 
Quiirrermaster, Antlicra. 

First Lieutenant Wm H Fredlock, 
Commissary. Piedmont. 

Reverenrl A M Buchanan, Chaplain, 
I\[organiown. 

FIRST BATTALION, FIRST IN- 
FANTRY. 
Headquarters, Martinsburg. 

Major Albert J .\[oore. Commanding. 

Se(on<l Lieuienant George L Weaver, 
Adjutnnt, ^lartinsburg. 

Second Lieutenant Ernest C Scott. 

Quartermaster. P^airmont. 

SECOND BATTALION, FIRST 

INFANTRY. 

Headquarters, Wellsburg. 

Major Thomas E Amick, Commanding. 

(Adjutant) Filled by detail. 

Second Lieutenant Epliraim F Mor- 
gan. Quartermaster. Fairmont. 
THIRD BATTALION, FIRST IN- 
FANTRY. 
Headquarters, Wheeling. 

Major John P Glass, Commanding. 

Second Lieutenant Buckner F Scott, 
Adjutant, Terra Alta. 

Second Lieutenant Albert G Hallock, 
Quartermaster, Wheeling. 

Company A, \A'heeiing: Company B, 
Sutton: Company C, Wellsburg; 
Company D, Anthem; Company E. 
Martinsburg; Company P, Manning- 
ton; Company G. Kingsbury; Com- 
pany H, Fairmont; Company I, (va- 
cancy); Company K. Clarksburg; 
Company L, Morgantown; Company 
M. Terra Alta. 



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SECOND REG ni EXT INFANTRY. 

Headquarters, Pa!']%ersbiir-g. 
Colonel Charles E .Morrison, Com- 
manding:. 
Lieutenant-Colonel Charles N Simm.'^, 

Ronceverte. 
First Lieutenant Thomas R Cowell, 

Adjutant, Parkersburg. 
First Lieutenant Richard G Beckwith, 

Quartermaster. Parkersburg:. 
First Lieutenant James I Pratt, Com- 
missary, Parkersburg. 
Reverend W P Walker, Chaplain, 
Huntington. 
FIRST BATTALION. SECOND 
INFANTRY. 
Headquarters, Huntington. 
Major James E Verlander, Command- 
ing. 
Second Lieutenant George S Wallace. 

Adjutant, Huntington. 
Second LieuTfUoUt Ivbvar'1 E Jordan, 
Quart erma'^ter. HuntJntJton. 
SECOND BATTALION. SECOND 
INFANTRY. 
Headquarters, Huntington. 
Major Isaac H Sabel. Commanding. 
Second Lieutenant Charles F Temple- 
ton, Adjutant. Huntington. 
Second Lieutenant Monte Bothwell, 
Quartermaster. Charleston. 
THIRD BATTALION. SECOND 
INFANTRY. 
Headquarters, Parkersburg. 
Major Jesse L Cramer. Commanding. 
Second Lieutenant Herman B Llogg, 

Adjutant, Parkersburg. 
First Lieutenant John C R Taylor. 

Quartermaster. Ansted. 
Company A. Sistersville; Company B. 
Ronceverte; Company C, Ansted; 
Company D (vacancy); Company 
E, Parkersburg; Company F. Mil- 
ton; Comi'any G, Huntington; Com- 
pany H Huntington; Company I, 
Huntington; Company K (vacancy): 
Company L, Parkersburg; Com- 
pany M, Charleston. 

SIGNAL CORPS. 
Charleston. 
Captain William H Peyton, Com- 
manding. 



UNITED STATES SENATORS. 

Nathan B Scott, Wheeling:. Ohio coun- 
ty. 

Stephen B Elkins, Elkins, Randolph 
county. 



REPRESENTATIVES IN THE FIF- 
TY-EIOKTH CONGRESS. 

P'irst District— B B Dovener, Wheel- 
ing, Oiiio county. Term expires 
March t, 100-3. 

Second District— A G Dayton. Phil- 
ipni. Barbour countv. Term expires 
March 4. 1905. 

Third District — Joseph H Gaines. 
Ch')rleston. Kanawha county. Term 
expires March 4. 1905. 

Fourth District — Harry Woodyard 
Spencer. Roane county. Term ex- 
pires March 4. 1!)05. 

Fifth Distiict — James A Hughes, Hunt- 
inutoji. Cabell county. Term ex- 
pires March 4, 1005. 



SUPREME COURT OF APPEALS. 

Judges — H C "McWhorter. President, 
Charleston, Kanawha county; Henry 
Brannon. Wesron, Le\vis county; 
George Poft'enbarger. Point Pleas- 
ant. Mason county; M H Dent, Graf- 
ton Tavlor county: Warren Miller, 
Ripley. Jackson county. 

Attorney-General and Ex-Otlicio Re- 
porter — R H Freer, Harrisville, 
Ritrliie county. 

Assistant Reporter — E K Reedy, 
Charles ( on. Kanawha county. 

Clerk — W D :Mathews, Charleston, 
Kanawha county. 

Terms — At Charleston second Wednes- 
day in January, at Wheeling, first 
W\^dnesday in June; at Charles 
Town, first Wednesday in Septem- 
ber. 

UNITED STATES CIRCUIT COURT 
OF WEST VIRGINIA. 

.Melville W Fuller, Chief Justice of the 
United States. 

Uiiited States Circuit Jiul'-ies — Charles 
H Siraonton. Nathan Goff. 
Northern District. 

Clerk — L B Dellicker. Parkersburg. 

Deputy Clerks— L V G Morris, at 
Parkersburg; A U Wilson, at Wheel- 
ing: A C Nadenbusch, at Martins- 
burg. 

Terms — Wheeling, first Tuesday in 
April and third Tuesday in Septem- 
ber. 

Clarksluirg— Third Tuesday in A^ril 
and first Tuesday in October. 

Martinsburg — Third Tuesday in Oc- 
tober. 



AND TU'vSlNESS DIRECTORY. 



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Southern District. 

Judi;os — Same at; United States Cir- 
cuit Court. 

Cicfk — Edwin M Keatley. Charleston. 

Deputy Clerks — H J Jackson. Charles- 
ton; John W Perry, Iduntington; 
Edgar E Bowman. Bluefield. 

Terms — Charleston, first Tuesday in 
May and second Tuesday in No- 
vember. 

HiiDtington — First Tuesday in April 
and third Tuesday in September. 

Bluefield — First Tuesday in May and 
first Tuesday in October. 

UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT 
FOR NORTHERN DISTRICT • 
OF WEST VIRGINIA. 

Judge — John J Jackson, Parkersburg. 

Clerk — jHsper Y Moore, Clarksburg. 

District. Attorney — ■ Reese Blizzard, 
Parkershurg. 

Marshal — Charles D Elliott, Parkers- 
burg 

SOUTHERN DISTRICT. 

Judge— B F Keller. B ram well. 

Clerk — E ^I Keatley. Charleston. 

District Attorney — G W Atkinson. 
Charleston. 

Assistant District Attorney — Elliott 
North cott. Huntin,gton. 

Marshal — John K Thompson, Ray- 
mond City. 

CIRCUIT COURTS. 
FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

Judges — H C Hervey, Thayer jMelvin. 
Wheeling. 

Hancock — Fourth ^Monday in March 
and June, and first Monday in No- 
vember. 

Brooke — First IVIonday in March and 
June, and second Monday in Octo- 
ber. 

Ohio — Second Monday in 
Monday in September 
Monday in November. 

Marshall — First Tuesday 
and June, second Tuesday in Oc- 
tober. 
SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

Judge — John W Mason. Fairmont. 

Harrison — Second Tuesday in Jan- 
uary. :^Iay and September. 

Marion — First Tuesday in March and 
July, and fourth Tuesday in No- 
vember. 

Monongalia — Second Tuesday in Feb- 
ruary, June and October. 



April, first 
and third 

in March 



THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 
Judge — John Homer Holt. 
Barbour — 12th of February, 22d of 

May and l;]th of October. 
Preston — 11 th of December, 22d of 

Marcli and 1st of September. 
Randolph — 21st of January, 1st of 5^Iay 

and loth of October. 
Taylor~2d of January, 11th of April 

and ISth of September. 
Tucker — oth of ^larch, 12th of June 

nnd lyth of November. 
FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 
Judge — W H Willis, West Union. 
Doddridge — Third Tuesday in March. 

July and Noveml)er. 
Ritchie — Third Tuesday in February. 

June and October. 
Tyler — Second Tuesday in April, Au- 
gust and December. 
W*^tzei — Third Tuesday in January, 

May and September. 

FIFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 
Judge — L N Tavenner, Parkersburg. 
Pleasants — Third Monday in Jan- 

u.ary. second Monday in June and 

thii'd ]\[onday in October. 
Wirt — Second Monday in February, 

third Monday in :\Iay and first ]Mon- 

dny in October. 
Wood — First Monday in March, sec- 
ond Monday in August and third 

^Monday in November. 

SIXTH .JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 
Judge — Linn Brannon, Glenville. 
Calhoun — 10th of February, 10th of 

June and 10th of October. 
Clav — Third Monday in May, Septem- 
ber and December. 
Gilmer — 1st of February. 1st of June 

and 1st of October. 
Jack'son — 1st of March, '^Ist of August 

and 1st of November. 
Roane— 2.:»th of March, 25th of August 

and 2-">th of November. 

SEVENTH JUDtCIAIv CIRCUIT. 
Judge — F A Guthrie, Point Pleasant. 
Kanawha — First Monday in March, 

June and October. 
Mason — First Monday in February. 

:May and September. 
Putnam — Fourth Monday in February, 

May and September. 
EIGHTH JUDfCIAL CIRGJJIT. 
ludge E S Doolittle, Huntington. 
Cal^ell— First ^Monday in March, July 

and December. 



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WEST VIRGIXTA GAZLOTTEKR 



Lincoln — Second Monda}- in April and 

third Monday in August and No- 1 

vember. 
Logan — Fourth Monday in April, July 

and October. i 

Mingo — First IMonday in January, ' 

May and September. 
Wayne — P'onrth Monday in January, 

May and September. | 

NINTH JUDICL\L CIRCUIT. ; 

Judge— J "M Sanders. Bluefield. 
Boone — Second .\[onday in April, July ; 

and October. j 

McDowell — Second ^londay in March, 

September and PT^cember. 
Mercer — Second rvlonday in Febiniary, 

May and iVugust. 
Raleigh — Fourth Monday in October, 

April and July. 
Wyoming — Fourth Monday in March, 

June and September. 

TENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

Judge — J M ^IcWhorrer. Lewisburg. 

Fayette — Fourth Tuesday in Feb- 
ruary and third Tuesday in May and 
September. 

Greenbriar — Third Tueday in April, 
fourth Tuesday in June and second 
Monday in November, 

Monroe — Third Tuesday in March, 
first Tuesday in June and third 
Tuesday in October. 

Pocahontas — First Tuesday in April, 
third Tuesday in June and first 
Tuesday in October. 

Summers — Fourth Tuesday in Jan- 
uary, first Tuesday in May and 
fourth Tuesday in August. 
ELEVENTH JUDiCIAL CIRCUIT. 

Judge — W G Benneit. Weston. 

Braxton — Fourth Monday in April, 
August and November. 

Lewis — Third IVIonnay in March, third 
Monday in June and on Wednesday 
after third Monday iri October. 

Nicholas — On Wednesday after the 
second Monday in April, on Wednes- 
day after the second Monday in Au- 
gust and on Wednesday after the 
second INIonday in November. 

Upshur — First Monday in March, first 
Monday in June and second Monday 
in October. 

Webster — First of April. 1st of Au- 
gust and first Monday in November. 
TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

Judge — R W Dailey, Jr., Romnoy. 



Grant— Third Tuesday in March, first 
Ttiosday in June and third Tuesday 
in Octc)l)er. 
Hampshire — First Tuesday in Feb- 
ruary, second Tuesday in IMay and 
third Tuesday in September. 
Hardy — First Tuesday in March, last 
Tuesday in May and first Tuesday 
in October. 
Mineral — First Tuesday in January, 
third Tuesday in April and first 
Tuesday in September. 
Pendleton — Firsr V/ednesday in April, 
Wednesday after the second Tues- 
d-^v in .lune and first Wednesday 
in November. 
THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 
Judge — E Boyd Faulkner, Martins- 
burg. 
Berkeley — Second Tuesday in Janu- 
ary. April and September. 
Jefferson — Second Tuesdciy in Febru- 
i t:ry. third Tuesday in May and No- 
vember. 
Morgan— First Tuesday in January, 
I April and October. 
BOARD OF REGENTS WEST VIR- 
j GINIA UNIVERSITY. 

! (Located at ^Morgantown. Monongalia 

county.) 
Term ending May 1. 1907: 
i Charles R Oldham. Moundsville, Mar- 
; s>uill county. 

I Chas M Babb, Falls, Grant county, 
' James R Trotter, Buckhannon, Up- 
[ shur county, 

. John B Finley, Parkersburg, Wood 
I county. 

'Term ending ^May 1, 1905: 
; W J W Cowden, Wheeling, Ohio 
: county, 
\ E M Grant, Morgantown. :Monongalia 

county, 
i D C Gallaher. Charleston, Kanawha 
county. 
Dr C E Haworth. Himtington, Cabell 
' county. 

i Dr J W Hale, Princeton, Mercer coun- 
' ty. 



' BOARD OF REGENTS STATE NOR- 

I MAL SCHOOL. 

! (Located at Huntington, with branches 

at Fairmont. Glenville. West Lib- 
I erty. Athens, and Shep- 

I herdstown.) 

i Term ending June 1, 1007: 



AND BrsrXESS DIRECTORY. 



H C OKdfMi. Wheeling. Ohio county. 

Ii-a E RobiiLson. Grafton, Taylor 
roiinty. 

K L Dunn — Red Sulphur Springs, Mon- 
roe county. 

Torni ending June 1. 190.";: 

Marry L Snyder. Shepherstown, Jef- 
ferson county. 

William M Straus Parkersburg, Wood 
county. 

Clark W May, Hamlin, Lincoln county. 



BOARD OF REGENTS WEST VIR- 
GINIA SCHOOL FOR DEAF 
AND BLIND. 

(Located at Romney, Hampshire Co.) 

James T Tucker, Principal, Romney. 

Term ending- April 1, l'ju.3: 

T T McDougal, Ceredo, Wayne county. 

Cornelius C Watrs. Charleston, Kana- 
wha county. 

James W Stuck. West LTnion, Dod- 
dridge county. 

Term ending April 1. 1907: 

Dr G A Aschman, Wheeling, Ohio 
county. 

Henry W Deem, Ripley, Jackson coun- 
ty. 

A C Finley, Harding. Randolph coun- 
ty. 

Term ending June 1. 1909: 

J Slidell Brown, Kingwood, Preston 
county. 

D S Pettigrew. Summerville, Nicholas 
county. 



WEST VIRGINIA COLORED INSTI- 
; TUTE. 

, (Located at Farm, Kanawha County.) 
'Term ending June J, 1905: 
I J .McHonry Jones, F*rincipal. 
; B L Butcher, Fairmont, Marion county. 
; B S Morgan, Charleston, Kanawha 
I county. 

Rev C H Payne, Huntington, Cabell 
I county. 

I C B Scott. Bethany, Brooke county, 
i Joseph Gray, Elizabeth, Wirt county. 
! James M Hazelwood, Charleston, Kan- 
\ awha county. 



BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE 

WEST VIRGINIA REFORM 

SCHOOL. 

(Located at Pruntytown, Taylor Co.) 

Term ending May i, 1903: 

W G Worley, Kingwood, Preston 
county. 

J L Buckley, Parkersburg. Wood 
county. 

Humphrey C Brohard, Flemington. 
Taylor coimty. 

Rev D R Hammond, Charleston. 
Kanawha county. 

R^lph McCoy. Vv'heeling. Ohio county. 

Dr G A Nevvlon, Buckhannon, Up- 
shur county. 

F R Tippett, Point Pleasant, Mason 
county. 

O E Darnell, Superintendent. 



WEST VIRGINIA HOSPITAL FOR 
! THE INSANE. 

i Weston. Lewis countv. 

' BOARD OF DIRECTORS. 

Term ending June 1, 1907: 

Alex McVeigh Miller, Alderson, Mon- 
roe county. 
' R W Lowndes, Jr, Clarksburg, Harri- 
' son county. 
: B D Gibson. Charles Town, Jefferson 

county. 
I Chas A Swearingen, Parkersburg, 
Wood county. 

Term ending June 1, 1905: 

J S Vandorvoort, Weston, Lewis coun- 
\ ty. 

j O W O Hardman. Middlebourne, Tyler 
i county. 

I Amos P>right. Sutton. Braxton county. 
I C H Scott, Elkins. Randolph county. 
[ Geo W Millan, Worthington. Monroe 
j county. 
! Dr A H Kunst, Superintendent 



; SECOND HOSPITAL FOR INSANE. 

i Spencer, Roane county. 

I BOARD OF DIRECTORS. 

I Term ending June 1. 1907: 

' M R Lowther, Parkersburg, Wood 

I countj'. 

' George C Mcintosh, Fayetteville, Fa- 

1 yette county. 

i A R Heflin, Hinton. Summers county. 

Starke L Baker, Beverly, Randolph 
I county. 

! Term ending June 1, 1905: 
' F H Flynn, Spencer. Roane county. 
J R T Wetzel, Ravenswood, Jackson 
i county. 

J M Hayden. W'eston. Lewis county. 
[W H McGregor, Clarksburg, Harrison 
I county. 



AND BUSINESS DIRF^rTORY. 



1[ C OKdfMi. Wheeling. Ohio comity. 

Ira E Robinson. Grafton, Taylor 
county. 

K L Dunn — Red Sulphur Springs. Mon- 
roe coni'ty. 

Term ending June 1. 190.'): 

Harry L Snyder. Shepherstown, Jef- 
ferson county. 

VVilliara M Straus Parkersburg, Wood 
count.y. 

Clark W May, Hamlin, Lincoln county. 



BOARD OF REGENTS WEST VIR- ■ 

GINIA SCHOOL FOR DEAF ; 

AND BLLXD. 

(Located at Romney, Hampshire Co.) i 



WEST VIRGLNLA COLORED INSTI- 
TUTE. 

(Located at Farm, Kanawha County.) 

Term ending June J. TJ05: 

J .McHenry Jones, Principal. 

B L Butcher, Fairmont, Marion county. 

B S Morgan, Charleston, Kanawha 
county. 

Rev C H Payne, Huntington, Cabell 
county. 

C B Scott. Bethany, Brooke county. 

Joseph Gray, Elizabeth, WMrt county. 

James M Hazelwood, Charleston, Kan- 
awha county. 



WEST 



FOR 



James T Tucker, Principal, Romney. 

Term ending April 1, 1905: 

T T McDougal. Ceredo, Wayne county. 

Cornelius C Waits, Charleston. Kana- 
wha county. 

James W Stuck. West Union, Dod- 
dridge county. 

Term ending April 1. 1007: 

Dr G A Aschman, Wheeling, Ohio 
county. 

Henry W Deem, Ripley, Jackson coun- 
ty. 

A C Finley, Harding, Randolph coun- 
ty. 

Term ending June 1. 1909: 

J Slidell Brown, Kingwood 
county. 

D S Pettigrew. Summerville, 
county. 



BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE 

WEST VIRGINIA REFORM 

SCHOOL. 

(Located at Pruntytown, Taylor Co.) 

Term ending May i, 1903: 

W G Worley, King wood, Preston 
county. 

J L Buckley, Parkersburg. Wood 
county. 

Humphrey C Brohard, Flemington, 
Taylor county. 

Rev D R Hammond, Charleston. 
Kanawha county. 

Ralph McCoy. Wheeling. Ohio county. 

Dr G A Newlon, Buckhannon, Up- 
shur county. 

F R Tippett, Point Pleasant, Mason 
county. 

O E Darnell, Superintendent. 



VIRGINIA HOSPITAL 

THE INSANE. 
Weston, Lewis county. 
BOARD OF DIRECTORS. 
Term ending June 1, 1907: 
Alex McVeigh Miller, Alderson, Mon- 
roe county. 
R W Lowndes, Jr, Clarksburg, Harri- 
son county. 
B D Gibson, Charles Town, JelTerson 

county. 
Chas A Sv/earingen, Parkersburg, 

Wood county. 
Term ending June 1, 1905: 
J S Vandervoort, Weston, Lewis coim- 

ty. 
I O W O Hardman. Middlebourne, Tyler 
Preston i county. 

i Amos Bright, Sutton, Braxton county. 
C H Scott. Elkins. Randolph county. 
Geo W Millan, Worthington, Monroe 

county. 
Dr A H Kunst. Superintendent. 



Nicholas 



SECOND HOSPITAL FOR INSANE. 

Spencer, Roane county. 

BOARD OF DIRECTORS. 

Term ending June 1. 1907: 

M R Lowther, Parkersburg, Wood 
county. 

George C Mcintosh, Fayetteville, Fa- 
yette county. 

A R Heflin, Hinton. Summers county. 

Starke L Baker, Beverly, Randolph 
county. 

Term ending June 1, 1905: 

F H Flynn, Spencer. Roane county. 

R T Wetzel, Ravenswood, Jackson 
county. 

J M Hayden. Weston. Lewis county. 

W H McGregor, Clarksburg, Harrison 
county. 



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WEST VIRGINIA GAZETTHKR 



H R Howard, Point Pleasant, Mason : I)IRfX'T(.)US OF THE WEST VIR- 

county. . GIXIA HUME POR IXCLTRABLES. 

■ i IfuuLiimton, W. Va. 

WEST VIRGINIA PENITENTIARY. ! Term ending' June 1. 190r,: 

Moimdsville. Marshall county. ; Lewis Qucon, Queen's Rid^e, Wayne 

BOARD OF DIRECTORS. county. 

Term ending June 1, 1905: ; b W Foster. Huntington, Cabell coun- 

J Wm Gilkeson, Moorefield, Hardy i ty. 

county. I John A Jones, Huntington, Cabell 

Clarke Hamilton, Wheeling Ohio \ county. 

county. , James S Lakin. Terra Alta, Preston 

Newton Ogden, St Marys, Pleasants : county. 

county. : Term ending June 1. 1907: 

W W Whyte, W'elch. McDf-weli coun- ; c E Rudesill, Charleston, Kanawha 

ty- I <'ountv. 

Jno C Boyd, Moundsville, Marshall . Wilson " Osburn. Market, Doddridge 



county. 
C E Haddox, Warden. 



county. 
Dr A S Holroyd, Athens, Mercer coun- 
ty. 



REGENTS KEYSER PREPARATORY 
BRANCH OF WEST VIR- 
GINIA UNIVERSITY. 

(Appointments limited to eight coun- 
ties, Mineral, Grant. Hardy, Mor- 
gan, Pendleton, Tucker, Preston, 
Hampshire.) 

Terra ending May IG. 1905: 

J W^ Goodsell. Davis. Tucker county. 

Dr A N McKeever, Roraney, Hamp- 
shire county. 

Term ending May 16, 1907: 

Wm A Watson, Fellowsville. Preston 
county. 

James- Sites, Upper Tract, Pendleton 
county. 

Thos C Miller, Charleston. :Member 
Ex-Officio. 

Term ending May 16. 1909: 

Col Thos B Davis, Keyser, Mineral 
county. 

Lewis J Forman. Petersburg. Grant 
county. 



DIRECTORS OF MINERS' HOS- 
PITAL NO. 1. 
Welch. 
Term ending April 1. 1905: 
Dr H D Hat held. Eckman, McDowell 

county. 
W J MoClaren, Vivian, McDowell 

county. 
Eli F^hodos. Cooj-yei's. Mercer county. ■ 
S T L'uiihert. Thacker. ]\Iingo county. 
Dr Aie.xander Irvine, Superintendent. 



REGENTS OF THE BLUEFIELD 

COLORED INSTITUTE. 

Huntington, W. Va. 

Term ending June 1. 1905: 

Prof N C Brackett, Harpers Ferry, 

Jefferson county. 



DIRECTORS OF TUNERS' HOS- 
PITAL NO. 2. 
McKendree. 
Term ending April 1. 1905: 
Justus Collins, Charleston, Kanawha 

rounty. 
Mark Foster. Acme. Kanawha county. 
Thos P Davie-s, Montgomery, Fayette 

county. 
Wm B Reed. Clay. Clay county. 
Dr J F' Browning, Superintendent. 



DIRECTORS OF AHNERS' HOS- 
PITAL NO. 3. 
Fairmont. 
Term end :ng April 1, 1905: 
Wm M Mahood, Princeton, Mercer ' E A Billiugslea, Fairmont, Marion 

county. i ounty. 

'V A Lewis, Point Pleasant. Mason M L Hutchinson. Fairmont, Marion 

county. rounty. 

Prof J B Jefferson, Parkprsbuiir. Wcxjd .\ .\1 Lant\ Kingwood, Preston county, 
county. .lohn F I^ratt, Independence. Preston 

Ed Mann, Bluefield, Mercer county. county. 

Hamilton Hatter, Principal. ' Dr J W McDonald, Superintendent. 



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AND PU'SIXKSS DIRECTORY 



35 



TRUSTEES OF THE BERKELEY 

SPRINGS. 

F S Landstreet, Davis, Randolph 

<-oimty. 
Geo M Whitescarver, Grafton, Taylor 

county. 
J A Fickinger, Monongalia, Clarion 

county. 
James H Marcum, Huntington, Cabell 

county. 
Geo Wise, Wheeling, Ohio county. 



WEST VIRGINIA HUMANE SO- 
CIETY. 

Term ending March 15. 1905: 

Mrs Y\' B Mathews, Charleston, Kana- 
wha county. 

E L Coleman, Parkersburg. Wood 
county. 

Term ending April 1. 1907: 

Mrs Guy R C Allen. Wheeling. Ohio 
county. 

W E Glasscock, ^Vlorgantown, ^vlonon- 
galia county. 



WEST VIRGINIA INDUSTRIAL 
HOME FOR GIRLS. 
Term ending March 31. 1905: 
Stillman Young. Stillman, Upshur 

county. 
Miss M McWhorter, Charleston, Kan- 
awha county. 
Term ending March 31. 1907: 
Miss V V Henshaw. Martinsburg. 

Berkeley county. 
Hon Henry S Wilson, Parkersburg, 

W^ood county. 
Tenii ending March 31. 1909: 
Dr Harriet B Jones. Wheeling, Ohio 

county. 
John Cummings, Wheeling, Ohio 
county. 



TRUSTEES TO ERECT ^lONU- 
MENT AT POINT PLEAS- 
ANT. 
(H. J. R. No. 31. 1901.) 
Virgil A Lewis, Mason. Mason county. 
John P Austin. Redmond, Mason coun- 
ty. 
Chas C Bowyer, Point Pleasant, Ma- 
son county. 



LEGISLATURE. 

HOUSE OF DELEG.ITES. 
Barbour — S H Bowman, Pliilippi, D. 
Berkeley — Jacob Sites, 2ilarlowe. R: 
John C Hutsler, Martinsburg, D. 



Boone — James H Allen, Six Mile, D. 

Braxton — .John S Garee. Canfield, D; 
E B Carlin, Sutton, D. 

Brooke — C G Buchanan, Wollsburg, D. 

Cabell — Philip M Merrit. Barbours- 
ville. R; C M Buck, Huntington. R; 
Charles L Simpson. Huntington, R, 

Calhoun — A E Kenney, Grants ville, D. 

Cla.v— Mark C Kyle. Clay, R. 

Doddridge — J W Bee. Greenwood, R. 

Fayette — J W Blizzard, Nuttallburg, 
R: W H Martin. Gatewood, R; J M 
Ellis, Mt. Hope, R. 

Gilmer— F N Hays, Glenville, D. 

Grant— C M Babb, Falls, R. 

Greenbrier— Dr W P Lowe, Falling 
Spring. D; H L VanSickler, Lewis- 
burg, D. 

Hampshire — Dr J F Gardner, Capon 
Bridge, D. 

Hancock— John E. Newell, Mercer, R. 

H:irdy — J \^;ard Wood. Lost City. D. 

Harrison— Jasper S Kyle, Clarksburg, 
R. 

Jackson — A W Hawk, Sandj-rille, R; 
R E Hughes. Ripley, R. 

Jefferson— C. M. Wetzel, Millville, D. 

Kanawha— C. N. Edrington, Charles- 
ton, R; Morris P Shawkey,, Charles- 
ton. R; C E Rudesill, Charleston, R; 
Shelton Johnson, East Bank. R; 
George C Weimer, St Albans, R. 

Lewis— Roy V Chidester, Weston. D. 

Lincoln — Jos R McClure, Sioto. R. 

Logan— Dr. Jas. E. McDonald, Man, D. 

Marion— H. R. Furbee. Mannington. R; 
Amos O Stanley, Fairmont, R; J. O. 
McNeeley, Fairmont, R. 

Marshall— W H Harris, Glen Easton, 
R; T E Parriott. Bannen, R. 

Mason— John G Aten. Chestnut, R; 
Samuel D Hanna, Hartford, R. 

Mercer— Thomas Reed, Oakvale, R; D. 
P. Crockett, M. D., M. E., Goodwill, 
R. 

Mineral— F M Reynolds. Keyser, R. 

Mingo— Geo R C Wiles, Williamson, D. 

Monongalia— Altha Warman, Morgan- 
town, R; Lewis C Snyder, Morgan- 
town, R. 

Monroe— Geo Alderson. Jr, Alderson, 

D. 

Morgan— S C Cross. Great Cacapon, R. 
McDowell— W S Cope, McDowell, R; 

Harvey Hagernian, Bradshaw, R. 
Ni(diolas— Isaac A Dix, Kirkwood. D. 



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WKST VIRGTNfA lAZKTTF.I-IFl 



Ohio — Ralph McCoy. Triadelphia, R; 

Daniel Mood v. Wheeling, R; Wm. C i 

Caldwell, Wheeling. R; Henry W. ; 

Schrebe, Wheeling, R. I 

Pendleton — M G Trumbo, Brandywine. 

D. 
Pleasants— T C Davis, W'asp. R. 
Pocahontas — Dr J P Mooman, Green- 
bank. D. 
Preston — W B Freeland. Terra AUa. 

R; J W^ Davis, Etam, R. 
Putnam — Wm G Barnhart, Red House 

Shoals, D. 
Raleigh—W S Steele. Marshes, R. 
Randolph — Lew Creynolds. Elkins. D. 
Ritchie — E C Goff. Goffs, R; Benjamin 

McGinnis. Ellenboro, R. 
Roane — J G Schilling, Spencer. R: C 

C Keliey, Reedy ville. R. 
Summers — M M Warren, Pence 

Springs, D. 
Taylor — X'irgil T Handley. Gralton. R. 
Tucker — A M Cunningham, Parsons, R. 
Tyler~T P Hill, McKim, R; R L 

Gregory, Sisters ville. R. 
Upshur — Henry Coleiider, French 

Creek, R. 
Wayne— D B Hard wick. Fort Gay, D; 

M M Morrison, Wayne. D. 
Webster — E H Morton, Webster 

Springs, D. 
Wetzel— F M Keller, Hundred, D.; A 

F Dulaney, W^est, D. 
Wirt— G A Burdett. l.ucile. D. 
W^ood — F P Moats, Parkersburg, R; F 

P Hatfield, Leachtown, R; I S Mc- 
pherson, Lubeck. R. 
Wyoming — John W Cook, Jesse, R. 



Third District— Cbarles T Caldwell, 
Parkc^rsbin-g. Wood county, R; 
Thomas A iirown, Elizabeth, W^irt 
county, R. 

Fourih District — J S Darst, Cottage- 
ville, .Jackson county, R; Byrd Hill, 
Beech Hill. Mason county, R. 

Fifth District— G A Northcott. Hunt- 
ington. Cal)ell county, R; Clarke W^. 
Mny, Hamlin, Lincoln county, R. 

Sixth District— W H H Cook. Windom. 
Wyoming county, R; John Y York, 
York ville, \A'ayne county, R. 

; Seventh District — William H INIcGin- 
nis. P).>ckley. Raleigh county, D; M 

' F Ma then V, Becklev, Raleigh coun- 
tv. R. 

i Eighth District— E C Colcord, St. Al- 

; bans. Krmawha county, R: B O Hol- 
land. Logan, Logan county, R. 

! Ninth Disiriei— Alex McVeigh :\Iiller, 

' Ai'^ci'soti, .Mtuiroe county. R; An- 

1 drew ,1 ttoran, Summersville, Nicho- 

I Ins county, R. 

i'iVuih Di>trirt~R F Kidd, Glenville. 

': Gilmei- county, D; Hiram Campbell, 

I Crc^ton. Wirt county, R. 

: Eleventh District — Charles W^ Swisher, 

' Fairm(jnt, Marion county, R; Ira S 
Robinson, Gratton, Taylor county, R. 

;Tw* ifth District— George C Cole. Wes- 

i ton. Lewis county. R; Harvey W 

1 Harmer, Clarksburg, Harrison coun- 

! ty, R. 

I rbirte«Mitl! District — Stark L. Baker, 

I Beverly. Randolph county, R; W B 
Corder. Berrysburg, Barbour county. 



R. 



OFFICERS OF THE HOUSE OF 
DELEGATES. 
Speaker — F P Moats, Parkersburg. 
Clerk — Harry Shaw. Fairmont. 
Sergeant-at-Arms — « H H Worden, 

Davis. 



1 

I Fourteenth District — L J Forman, 
Peif^rsiuirg, Grant county, R; Rich- 
ard C Price, Moorefield, Hardy coim- 
ty. D. 
Fifte<^nth District— John J Cornwell 
Romney, Hampshire county, D; 
William Campbell, Charles Town, 
Jefferson county, D. 



SENATE. 



First District — Jacob Snyder, Wheel- 
ing, Ohio county. R; Samuel George, 
Wellsburg, Bnjoke county, R. 

Second District — Charles E. Carrigan, 



OFFICERS OF THE SENATE. 
President— Clarke W May. Hamlin. 
Cierk — .John T Harris. Parkersburg. 
Se'-geani -at-Arms — Lewis Largent. Paw 
Paw. 



Benw<:K)d. ^Marshall county. R; An- | Doorkeo])er— D S Pettigrew, Summers- 
drew Clark, Dean, Wetzel county, R. j ville. 



COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF WEST VIRGINIA. 



Barbour— R H W Ford, Kasson; J i 
Ed Steuart, Philippi; Frank H 
Proudfoot, Philippi. ' 

Berkeley — Alex Parks, Martinsburg; 
John H Lemen, Martinsburg; C W ; 
Stuckey, Hedgesville. | 

Boone — P S Ball, ^ladison; J W Brink- 
ley, Seth; V G Vande Linde, Dan- 
ville. I 

Braxton — John I Bender, Gem; David , 
Evans, Frametown; Jacob Huffman, : 
Sutton. 

Brooke — J T Douglass, Wellsburg; N 
}>l Pooie,Wellsburg; G W Bonar, 
West Liberty. 

Cabell— D I Smith, Guyandotte, Wrn T : 
Cox. Cox's Landing; J G Hatfield, 
Inez. 

Calhoun — M W Haskins, Arnoldsburg; 
Wm Knotts, Euclid; J M McDonald, ; 
Sycamore. 

Clay~L J Reed, Procius; John S ' 
Baiies. Harrison; Jacob S Hire, Big ; 
Otter. I 

Doddridge — J H Thomas, Cascara; I 
George M Cox, Coldwater; John \ 
Dye, West Union. \ 

Fayette — M J Simms, Montgomery; T ; 
A McClanahan. Meadow Creek; H 
L Kirkpatrick. Macdonald. ' 

Glimer— C B Bush, Cox's Mills; S H 
Whitina:. Glenville; L S Reed, Revel. 

Grant— E D Parker, Petersburg; M B 
Tucker, Falls; C A Wolfe, Gor- 
mania. 

Greenbrier — John D Arbuckle, Max- 
welton; John H Caraway, Blue Sul- 
phur Springs; J W McDowell, Or- 
gan Cave. 

Hampshire — P W Loy, Forks of 
Capon; B B Swisher. Delray; E Her- 
riott, Wappocomo. 

Hancock— Eison Stewart, Hollidays 



Cove; E W Hewitt, Arroyo; J H 
Campbell, New Cumberland. 

Hardy — Jesse Fisher, Moorefield; 
James E Elosser, Doman; Thomas 
W Mathias, Mathias. 

Harrison — S S Paris, Bridgeport; 
Guinn Minton, Mineral; Jefferson D 
Bassell, Mt Clare. 

Jackson — B S Cheuvrout, Wilding; 
Philip Shatto, Ripley; J P Kiser, 
Kentuck. 

Jefferson — I H Strader, Leetown; 
Samuel L Rissler, Charles Town; 
Thomas B Moore, Halitown; N T 
Snyder, Shenandoah Junction; 
Daniel Heffllebower, Rippon. 

Kanawha — John S Moulton, Charles- 
ton; LeRoy Harless, Charleston; A 
C Shaffer, East Bank. 

Lewis — J W Smith, Jacksonville; B B 
Stout, Vadis; Luke White, Ed- 
miston. 

Lincoln — Jesse D Smith, Hamlin; J H 
Galloway, Hamlin; Ballard Payne, 
Midkiff. 

Logan — Thomas Smith, Logan; H C 
Avis, ~\ran; A J Fowler, Chapmans- 
ville. 

McDowell— B F Tipton, Worth; N H 
Franklin Elkhorn; W C Daniel, 
Keystone. 

Marion — W E Cordray, Fairmont; Fes- 
tus Downs, Fairmont; S E Fleming, 
Rivesville. 

Marshall — L B Purdy, Moundsville; 
Joseph Orum, Sherrard; E P Bow- 
man, Welcome. 

Mason — J L Thorn, Caddie; J H John- 
son, Hartford; Byrd Stone, Water- 
loo. 

Mercer— R PI Bailey, Bethel; W R 
Kegley, Kegley; Davis Thorn, 
Princeton. 



COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF WEST VIRGINIA—Continucd. 



Mineral — John F Dayton. Keyscr; 
George E Klenke, Piedmont; Alfred 
Ridgely, Ridgely. 

Mingo — M A Ferrell, Matewan; Alex 
Biship, Williamson; Leo F Drake, 
Dingess. 

Monongalia — B Jennewine, R F Dl. 
Cheat Haven; C C Core, Cassville; 
R W Sine, Blacksville. 

Monroe — C L Joim£>on, Union; J T G 
Miller, Wolf Creek; C A Brown, 
Cashmere, 

Morgan — Eli L Rice, Berkeley 
Springs; Gooru-e W Cro:?s, Berkeley 
Springs; L B Kidwell, Greai Ca- 
capon. 

Nicholas— T W Trent, Pool. L. W 
Herold, Hookersville; Wm D Mc- 
Cue, Earl. 

Ohio— Charles E VanKeuren, Wheel- 
ing; Charles A Daunt r. Wheeling: 
G W Schenerlein, Wheeling; George 
Kress, Wheeling; John J Byrne. 

Wheeling; E G Evans, ; 

Adolph Fritz, Wheeling; Harry 
Garden, J H Beans, Pleasant Val- 
ley. 

Pendleton — W B Anderson, Franklin; 
Jacob Mitchell, Mitchell; J S Tram- 
bo, Oak Flat; Noah Kimble, Brushy 
Run; J W Day, Onega; George W 
Waybright, Nome. 

Pleasants — J L Varner, Union Mills; 
D R Dunn ,Schultz; J F Brammer, 
Sugar Valley. 

Pocahontas— Dr John Ligon, Clover 
Lick; M J McXeel. Mill Point; Amos 
Barlow, Huntersviile. 

Preston — Wm J Mt-rheny, Albright; 
Wm F .Nrenear, Kin:; wood; Emanuel 
Dixon. Reed>ville; Wm H Burjroyne. 
_ Larew; Philip. S Knotts. Ftliov/s- 
ville; Alien Furman. Amboy; James 
C White, Terra Alta; Jeremiah 
Guthrie. Grant. 



Putnam — M V B Deal, P'raziers Bot- 
tom; Robert Coleman, Liberty; 

George C Boyer. ^\'infield. 
Raleigh — Daniel Robertson. Beckley; 

H I Carretson, Odd; W C Acord, 

Saxon. 
Randolph — Patrick Crickard, Crick- 

ard; J W Goddin, Elkins; K B 

Crawford, Beverly. 
Ritchie — Samuel Hatfield, Cairo; W A 

Flesher. Sniithviile: John M Brown, 

Gooseneck. 
Ruane — J F Hersman. Zona; W W 

Golf, Spencer; I N Ross. Uler. 
Summers — Jusepii Hiiuon, liinron; J 

J Christian. Neponset; Harry 

Haynes, Pence Springs. 
Taylor— R E Phillips, Grauou; J W 

Hamilton, Grafton; J H Henry, 

Grafton. 
Tucker— A L Helmick. Thomas; A F 

Phillips, Parsons; A B Fiaunagan, 

Red Creek. 



Tyler— J B Rigg: 



Bearsville; J J 
Ralph Svv'eeney, 



Gorrell, Meadviile: 

Shirley. 
Upshur — W M Day, Buckhannon; 

Granville Lanhara. Swamp Run; 

George A Fitzgerald, Evergreen. 
Wayne — L F Thompson, Genoa; C R 

Wilson. Echo; M, Ward. Herbert. 
Webster — George W White. Erbacon; 

H R Boggs, Boice; S J Dodrill, Web- 
ster Springs. 
Wetzel— A T Fair, Andy; W F Shu- 

mm. Burchfie'id; John Dcbolt. New 

Martinsville. 
Wirt— T A Fought. Newark: O C Mor- 
ris, lieedy Ripple; Lewis Full. Area. 
Wood — C H Kerr. Parkerbburg; Levi 

Skill more. Parkersburg; Otto 

Sciiuitz. Parknrstiurg. 
Wyoming— I) J Cuwk, Oceana; I E 

Cook, Baileysville; James Cook, 

Rock View. 



AND BT'SIxXESS DIRP:CT0RY. 



37 



Population of West Virginia by Counties, for 1900 and 1890. and Increase 
during tiie Decade, as determined by the Twelfth Census of the United 
States. 

COUNTIES. POPULATION. 

Increase 
1900. 1890. Since 1890. 



Barbour . . . 
Berkeley . . 
Boone . . . . . 
Braxton . . . 
BnK)ke . . . . 

Cabell 

Calhoun . . . 

Clay 

Doddridge . 
Fayette . . . 
Gilmer .... 

Grant 

Greenbriar 
Hamnshire 
Hancock . . 

Hardy 

Harrison . . 
Jackson . . . 
Jefferson . . 
Kanawha . . 

Lewis 

Lincoln . . . 
Logan .... 
McDowell . 
Marion . . . . 
Marshall . . 
Mason .... 
Mercer . . . . 
Minei-al . . . 

Mingo 

Monongalia 
Monroe . . . 
Morgan . . . 
Nicholas . . 

Ohio 

Pendleton . 
Pleasants . 
Pocahontas 
Preston . . . 
Putnam . . . 
Raleigh . . . 
Randolph . . 
Ritchie . . . . 

Roane 

Summers . . 

Taylor 

Tucker 

Tyler 

Tpshur . - . . 
^\"a^•nf . . . , 
W»'i.stf-r . . . 
WV'tzel . .*. 

Wirt 

Wrvxl 

Wyoming . 

Total ... 



14.198 


12.702 


1,49G 


19,469 


18.702 


767 


8.194 


6.885 


1,309 


18,904 


13,928 


4,976 


7,219 


6.660 


559 


29.252 


23.595 


5,657 


10,206 


8,155 


2.111 


8,248 


4.659 


3,589 


13,689 


12,183 


1,506 


31,987 


20,542 


11,445 


11,762 


9.746 


2,016 


7.275 


6,802 


473 


20,683 


18.034 


2,649 


11.806 


11,419 


387 


6,693 


6,414 


279 


8.449 


7,567 


882 


27.690 


21,919 


5,771 


22.987 


19,021 


3,966 


25,935 


25.553 


382 


54.696 


42.756 


11,940 


16,980 


15.895 


1,085 


15,434 


11,246 


4,188 


11,101 


6.955 


4,146 


18.747 


7,300 


11,447 


32,430 


20.721 


11,709 


26,444 


20.735 


5,709 


24,142 


22.863 


1,279 


23,023 


16.002 


7,021 


12,883 


12,085 


798 


11.359 


...... 


11.359 


19.049 


15.705 


3,344 


13,130 


12,429 


701 


7,294 


6.744 


550 


11.403 


9.309 


2.094 


48.024 


41.557 


6,467 


9,167 


8,711 


456 


9,345 


7.539 


1.806 


8.572 


6,814 


1.758 


22,727 


20.355 


2,372 


17,330 


14,342 


2,988 


12.436 


9,597 


2,839 


17,670 


11.633 


6,037 


18.901 


16.621 


2,280 


19.852 


15.303 


4.549 


16.265 


13,117 


3.148 


14,978 


12.147 


2.831 


13.433 


6,459 


6,974 


18,252 


11.962 


6,290 


14.696 


12.714 


1,982 


23.619 


18.652 


4,967 


8,862 


4.783 


4,079 


22.880 


16.841 


6,039 


10.284 


9.411 


873 


34.452 


28.612 


5,840 


8,380 


6,247 


2,133 


958,800 


762,794 


196.006 



.IS 



WKST VIRGINIA CAZETTE.CR 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 



Counties 



County Seats. I 



Sheriffs. 



Harbour Philippi i I. C. Woodford, Jr 

Berkeley ^VTartinsburg 'C. ,L. Stuckey. . . . 

Brmne Madison Mulian Hill :W, 

Braxton Sutton 'George Goad 'J. 

Brooke Wel'sburg 'John M. Brown. .. .:W 

Cabell Huntington dra J. Harslibarger. R. 

Calhoun Giantsville !J. S. Jarvis 'C. 

Clay Clay Uohn A. Sizemore. .'M. 

Doddrdge . . . .West Union Uohn B. Maxwell 

Fayette Fayetteville iN. Daniel 

Gilmer Glenviile Macob Moore 

Grant Petersburg i[^^aac Lewis 



Clerks of Circuit 
CourTs. 

Charles W. Brandon. 
L. De W. Gerhardt. 

W. Smoot. 

H. Lorentz. 

R. Glass. 

W. McWilliams. 

C. Starcher. 

M. Young. 
James O. Wilcox. 
J. C. Farr. 
!I. X. Hardman. 
'D. P. Hendrickson. 



. . Lewislnirg jD. A. Dwyer 'J')nathan Mays. 

. . Romney ;A, L. Pugh.. !V. M. Poling. 

..New Cumberland.. . Charles F. Allison. .IFrank L. Bradley. 

.. Moorfield IGeorge K. Judy iC. B. Welton. 

.-'Clarksburg Uohn A. Fleming. .. 'H. W. Williams. 

..Riplf-v !D. W. Rhodes 'M. C. Archer. 

. . ShefrnerOstown . . . J. D. EJilimyer John M. Daniel. 

. . Charleston jJohn A. Jarrett D. :M. Shirkey. 

..'W^^strn (Lot Hall 'George Wcofter. 

IE. E. Adkins 'Fulton Cummings. 



Greenbrier 
Hampshire 
Hancock . 
Hardy .... 
Harrison . 
Jackson . . 
Jefferson . 
Kanawha . 

Lewis 

Lincoln Hamlin 

Logan Logan 

Marion Fairmont .... 

Marshall Moundsvil-e .. 

]Mason Point Pleasant 

Mercer Princeton .... 

Mineral K^vser 

Mingo 

Monongalia . 

Morgan 

Monroe 

McDowell . . . 



Williamson . . . 
'^Forsrantown . . 
P-^rkeley Springs. .'Robert E. Allen 

Un ion ; J. ^l. Vance . . . 

Wplch 'E. T. Sprinkle. 



.IS. B. Robertson. .. .'Scort justice. 

.!M. A. Jolliff :R. B. Parrish. 

.:S. M. Steele IC. W. Conner. 

.'Robert L. Barnett.JA. L. Boggess. 

.!J. E. T. Sentz 'W. B. Honaker. 

.jj. Frank Dixon J- V. Bell. 

. G 
.iG 



Nicholas >^nmrriPrsville 



Ohio Wheeling 

Pendleton Franklin . 

P'ensants .... St. Tvlarys . 
Pocahontas ... ^''arlingtoii 
Preston . . 

Putnam \^'infield \W. P. McAboy. 

Raleigh B'^ekley JHarvev Cook . . 

Randolph Rlkins JE. P. Marshall. 

Ritchie ...... Hnrrisville 'B. F. Plill 

Roane Snencer !A. G. Hinzman. 



Frank Dixon. . . .J- 

M. Hatfield Charles H. Bronson. 

Barrickraan jJohn Shriver. 

.'Lewis Allen. .Jr. 
.U. D. Beckett. 
JR. B. Payne. 
.iW. M. Crookshank. 
.|C. H. Henning. 
.jL E. Bolton. 

Riggs !R. A. Flesher. 

Moore 'J. H. Patterson. 



IHenrv W. Hcrold 

\\\\ W. Irwin 

jGeo. W. Davis. . . 
IB. F. 

IE. N. 



Kingwood jGeorge A. 



Walls. . .Uohn W. Watson. 
Uanies H. Hanley. 
iJaekson Smith. 
'G. N. Wilson. 
:H. E. McGinnis. 
'S. A. Simons. 



Summers 
Taylor . . . 
Tucker . , 

Tyler 

TJpshur . , 
^Vayne . . 
Webster . 
Wetzel . . 
Wirt .... 
Wood . . . 
Wyoming 



Hi 11 ton , 

Grafton 

Persons . . . . . 
Mi<ld>bourne 
Buckhannon 
WaA'ue 



IHarrey Ewart 'W. H. Boude. 



. ..IBenj. F. Savre. . . 
. .|J. B. Jenkins. . . . 

. . |J. W. Grim 

. .JA. M. Tenney. Jr. 
. .'Calvin Moore. . . . 



W(>]>ster Springs. ..'P. F. Duffy.... 
Xew ?viarlinsville. .JAloxander Hart 

Elizabeth !G. W. Roberts. 

Pnrkersburg [J. W. Dudley... 

Oceana jJohn Ball 



U. F. Wilson. 
" W. K. Pritt. 
. .'J. G. May field. 

'A. J. Zickefoose. 

C. E. Walker. 
. jB. C. Conrad. 
. .!W. J. Postlothwaire. 
. .IWalter L. Heffman. 
..•J. G. Hogan. 
. .|E. M. Sentef. 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

COUiNTY OFFICERS Continued. 



ao 



(,'UTks of County Courts, i Prosecuriuy Attorueys. 



Ktiwanl M. Compton \\'m. T. George 

1. I.. lU'iiiler jWard B. Lindsay... 

J. M. Ii()i)kins jLilburn Fulton 

K. W. [lofner , James E. Cutlip 

(.;. W. McCord i W. M. Werkman ; 

t . F. JMcCuilough ,E. E. Williams R. M. Easton. 

S. \V. McClung ,G. W. Hays iBruce B. P'errell 

James Reed ....,j. E. Springslon ,A. W. Bell. 



Commissioners of 
School I^nds. 
W:"B. Kittle: 
H. H. Emmert. 
S. E. Bradley. 
C. C. Hines. 



W. G. Summers. . . 
\\'illiam Grafton... 
J. H. Arbuckle. . . . 
I). P. HfMidrickson. 



\V. R. Brown. . 
C. W. Osenton. 
L. H. Burnett. . 

.-i.. o. weicoa. . . 



• |B. M. Ireland. 

• iE. B. Hawkins. 

• iS. A. Hays. 
•;A. J. Welton. 

■M. A. Jackson. 
iW. B. Corn well. 



Lharles B. Buster >ienry G.imer 

«... vV. Haines ,'\\'. B. Corn we. 1 

Armor S. Cooper J. A. McKonzie j 

L. B. Welton ,'g. W. McCauiey ;John R. Haws. 

Charles F. Holden jJames E. Law jLewls C. Lawson. 

G. B. Crow , v\ . H. O'Brien jE. L. Stone. 

W. F. Alexander |James M. Aiason, Jr Samuel Howell. 

E. W. Staunion ^S. B. Avis Geo. W. McClintic. 

H. W. Lightburn ..^J. ^L. Foster ,Thos. L Cummings. 

Itobert Hager ^.john G. Evans ,\V. W. Baker. 

J. R. Henderson J. B. Wilivinson :J. W. Hichman. 

Gei)rge M. Jacobs ,cnaries Povveii \ 

J. K. Chase ff. J. Parsons ,T. J. Parsons. 

J. P. R. B. Smith ...,John L. Wiutten ,John L. Whitten. 

E.sr.il Bailey ,J. M. Andersou J. L. Uaugerfield. 

J. V. Bell ..^vjhas. N. tiimeii jOrlando Shay. 

.james Damron jHi \ViHiamson ';J. K. Anderson. 

John H. Gregg ,Uiias. A. Goodwin .John E. Price. 

A. organ S. Harmison jH. W. Boyer i Samuel Wisner. 

J. C. MoClaugherty ,W. H. Copeland (Marion Gilchrist. 

it. B. Burnheim ;i. C. Herndon ;E. C. Kinnison. 

Jos. A. Alderson '\T. B. Horan JF. B. Smith. 

Richard Robertson irmnK jNesOitt E. W. Dunaway. 

1. E. Bolton ,H. M. Calhoun JM. G. Trumbo. 

W. C. Dotson ,'k. E. Bills jR. L. "^emberton. 

S. L. Brown , T. S. McNeel ,B. M. Yeager. 

Gt-orge A. Walls jNeii J. Fortney AVm. U. O. Dawson. 

R. A. Salmons ,Jas. S. Parkins Jas. S. Parkins. 

Isadore Meadows [T. J. McGinnis ^J. A. Ewart. 

Lee Crouch , Clair Harding iS. L. Baker. 

W.- R. .Meservie ;Homer B. Woods Sherman Robinson. 

A. W. Summers ;J. A. A. Vandaie ..jGeo. S. ^Nloore. 

J. M. Meador ^Frank Lively |E. C. Eagle. 

L. Kit/.miller isenj. F. Bailey ;Ira E. Robinson. 

S. (). Billings jwm. G. Conley Jeff Lipscomb. 

J. W. r3uty :1. M. Underwood B. Engle. 

G. A. Newlon. 



EugAne Brown , W. B. Nutter 

J"hn G. Lambert .....J. J{. Meek 

t*. .M. McEI waine 'j. M. Hoover 

I- I). Morgan ,E. L. Robinson 

•^- W. Martin F. C. Copen 

Walter E. Stout 'u. Hunter Mo,-^s. Jr. 

A. M. Stewart jPhilip Lambert 



;J. H. Marcum. 
iE. H. Morton. 
,R. H. Say re. 
;John W. Martin. 

iE. P. Moats. 
lE. M. Senter. 



40 WEST VIRGINIA GAZETTEER 

CITY SUPERINTENDENTS Of SCHOOLS Of WEST VIRGINIA. 

! 1 ! 

Benwood ,0. E. Oarrigan iMartinsburg 'C. II. Colo. 

Bluefield jC. A. Fiilwider LMorgantown jW. H. Gallup. 

Biickhannon ..U. I. Jenkins jIvroinulsvHle jW. M. Henderson. 

Charleston ...JG. S. Laidley iNew rvlartinsville. . .| 

Charles Town.! Wright Denny jParkersburg ;U. S. Fleming. 

Clarksburg .. .Frank L. Burdette..!Piedmont i 

Fairmont Joseph Rosier jPt. Pleasant. ...... P. H. Steenbergen. 

Grafton Hayward Fleming.. 'Sistersville ,M. E. Hess. 

Hinton H. F. Fleshman. . . |We"lsburg ij. C. Gwinn. 

IWeston IBuchanan White. 

iVv^heeling iD. E. Cloyd. 



Huntington ...;W. H. Cole. 
Keyser J. W. Stayman 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

COliNTY SlPlLRIMTEiNDENTS OF SCHOOLS Or WEST VmOINE4. 



41 



Countv. 

Barbour . . . 
Berkeley . . 
Boone . . . . . 
Braxton . . . 

Brooke 

Cabell 

Calhoun . . . 

Clay 

Doddridge . 
r ayette . . . 

Gilmer 

Giant 

urt^ en brier 
Hampshire 
liancock .. 

Hardy 

Harrison . . 
Jackson . . . 
jeherson .. 
Kanawha . . 
Lewis .... 
Lincoln . . . 
Logan .... 
Marion . . . . 
Marshall . . 

Mason 

Mercer . 

Mineral . . . 

^lingo 

Monongalia 
Monroe . . . 
Morgan . . . 
McDowell . 
Nicholas . . 

Ohio - 

Pendleton. . 
Pleasants . 
Pocahontas 
Preston . . . 
Putnam . . . 
Raleigh . . . 
Pcandolph ". 

Ritchie 

Roane . 

Summers . . 

Taylor 

Tucker 

T>ier 

Upshur 

Wayne 

Webster . . 

Wetzel 

Wirt 

Wood 

Wyoming . . 



I Superintendent. 

A. G. Jenkins 

■j. W. Shirley 

A. (r. Hager. 

E. B. Duffield 

Geo. W. Hogg 

Ira F. Hatfield 

WeiliTigton Lester. 

H. L. Morris 

p. A. Ashburn 

!SV. S. Johnson 

' Worth \- Davis 

.J. L. Rexroad 

L. W. Burns 

'E. W. Xoland 

Geo. A. Allison. . , . 

L. S. Halrerman. .. 
■ L. Waynian Ogden. 

J. D. Cooner 

J. A. Eimle 

.M. H. Eplin 

iLloyd G. Losh 

, W. C. Holstein 

J. C. Scaggs 

Carter L. Faust. . .. 

J. D. ParrioLt 

. C. A. Green 

J. H. Ga-ld 

Geo. S. Ai-noid. . . . 
, Chas. H. Ellis 

Jes^^e Henry 

B. F. Hoyiman 

U. S. G. Potter 

, F. C. Cook 

,S. C. Dotson 

, Geo. S. Biggs 



Postoffice. 



Express Office. 



W. 

A. 

J. 

A. 

J. 

G. 

K. 

L. 

N. 



B. 
W 
C. 

w 

A. 
H 
L, 

Geo. 

Dpllet 

Chas. 

D. L. 

W. S. 

L. G. 

Gaine.=; 



S. Dunkle 

W. Locke 

Grimes 

Carrico 

Fish 

Tompson, .. 

Poe 

Hayhurst. . . 
Chancey . . . . 

W. Lilly 

Xewlon. . . . 
I". Adams. . 
Talkinu'ton. 

Mick 

Sansom . , . . 
Chai.>man. . 



3. I J. Long 

J. F. Piaveny. . 
W. T. Cochran. 
R. Wade Cook.. 



Phiiippi ;Philippi. 

I Maninsburg :Martinsburg. 

Madison iMarmet. 

Suiton 'Sutton. 

Well^burg j Wellsburg. 

Inez |inez. 

iPini; jSpencer. 

ICrosby jBelva. 

iW'est Union. iWest Union. 

ued Star !Red Star. 

iCedarville ^Cogers. 

'Arthur ;Keyser. 

' .Meadowbluff iRonceverte. 

i Levels IFrench. 

'New Cumberland. ..JNew Cumberland. 

jLost River Broadway, Va. 

lAdamston jCIarksburg. 

iSherman ^Sherman. 

, oakerron jHarper's Ferry. 

IxMarniei ;Marmet. 

, W'esron (Weston. 

i Sioto jCharleston. 

; Lake iDingess. 

Faii-mont ; Fairmont. 

[Cameron [Cameron. 

iOtia jGIenwood. 

;Diihring "jDuhring. 

; Burlington 'Keyser. 

; Wharncliffe j Wharncliffe. 

.; jlorganrown IMorgantown. 

.'Second Creek JRonceverte. 

Munson jSleepy Creek. 

: Welch j Welch. 

. Summers ville JBelva, 

. AVest Liberty ! Wheeling. 

.jCircleville 4Hc>''ton. 

..Maxwell .St. Marys. 

i Lobelia |Seebert. 

jFiowlesburg IRowlesburg. 

j Winfield IRed House. 

;Odd Hinion. 

JElkins lElkins. 

.jPullman jPennsboro. 

.'Reedy JReedy. 

Hinton -Hinton. 

•Simpson Simpson. 

I Haiubletori -Hambleton. 

•Alvy iWest Union. 

iBuckhannon iBuckhannon. 

i Wayne : Wayne. 

.'Webster Springs. .. iWebster Springs. 

Littleton j Littleton. 

, lElizabeth ^Elizabeth. 

I Parkersburg , Parkersburg. 

.|Rock View |Keystone. 



42 



WEST VIRGINIA GAZETTE l-JR 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE, 



County. 
Barbour . . 



Name. 



Address. 



District. 



Berkeley 



Boone 



riraxton 



Brooke 



Cabell 



Calhoun 



•i 



Grant Price jBolington {Barker. 

Arnold Kiglit jBeiington Barker. 

AVill Keys jPhilippi ';Philippi. 

J. F. ClieiiovveLii. . .ji'hilippi jPhilippi. 

',J. A. Viquesuey. . . iLie.inguon jValley. 

'c. M. B.aKe [Junior jValley. 

E. A. Waugii jjoimson ;Cove. 

■r. :\1. Ne»cor JAestorsville . . . . . ..;Cove. 

'james U'Neal jvolga |Union. 

JEewis Poling jBerryburg [Pleasant. 

E. C. Bowman jKaiamazoo iGlade. 

(^nas. D. SKidmore. [Kalamazoo jGlade. 

■\. J. Snyder jMartiiisbiirg JMartinsburg. 

james H. Ward. . ..Marlowe 
jonn 
G. \V 
J. \V 



ai. C. 

' vVm. 

jonn 



Falling Waters. 

F. Staub -Inwood IMill Creek. 

Mc fabler. . .lAiartinsburg lOpequon. 

Evei'soie. . . -iMarcmsburg [Opequon. 

Burkhart. . . . iMartinsburg iArden. 

E. EighL jjriedgesv'ilie iHedgesville. 

Jrl. Jvictjriue. . ,VTerar(isiown ;Gerardstown. 



Scott. 



.Anuerson Miller. . .li^oscer 

'v\m. J. Doiin [Foster jScott. 

\\'m. Barker jPeytona |Peytona. 

'd. 11. Gillespie ;Kacine iShernian. 

w'. F. Aiiizer jOrange iSherman. 

jBaid Knob .Crook. 

jMadibou ! Washington, 

(Hewett j Washington. 

(Sutroii 

, Sutton 

jMorley 



ijaniel Guinoe. . . . 
'■B. R. VandeLinde. 
'jo^. F. Hager. . . , 
jjavid Frame. . . . . 
^xN. \ an Wilson. . 
F. Griffin , 



I Otter. 
jOtter. 
Birch. 



[Byrne jBirch. 

e iHolly. 

iHolly. 

jSalt Lick. 

I Salt Lick. 

'Kanawha. 



Arthur Pierson 

L. Harden |Aewvi 

F. Harden jsutton . . . 

Schock i Burns ville 

Lieo. R. Gibson jCorley ... 

'vV. H. Bland |Knawl . . . 

M. V. Carney {Conlluence jKiinawha. 

.jas. P. Rodgers. . .[Bethany .Buffalo. 

Jas. W. Cox iWeilsburg Cross Creek. 

S. J. Hindman ,Colliers iCross Creek. 

Thomas Boyd j Wei Is burg jWellsburg. 

Cr. W. Russeil .Wellsburg IWeilsburg. 

Henry Lambert. ... :Lesage iUnion. 

'Anthony Bicker. . ..jDudley jUnion. 

J. W. B.ackwood. .Milton ;Grant. 

J. Burns jBarbours ville :Barboursville. 

T. Biankenship..|Bari)oursville :Barboursvi!!e. 

L. Froley . ..... jSalt Rock uMcComas. 

L. Gregory Huntington jGuyandotte. 

Samuel Bel ville. . .tHuntingron iGuyandotre. 

G. W. Ritchea Grantsvllle !Center. 

R. M. Marshall. ... IGrants ville Center. 

S. G. Rogers |Big Bend ^Sheridan. 

Wm. Snyder [Freed ;Sheridan. 



.A 
.IJ. 
. H 
.A 



County 
Calhoun 



Clay 



Doddridge 



Fayette 



Gilmer 



Grant 



Greenbrier 



AND BL'SINESS DIRECTORY. 

Name. _ [ Address. ] DistrictT 

F/ Fen-ell/;. /:,j White Pine... ■.;.:. iShermanT 

B. Siarchor [UutiseLt jShermau. 

J. Gaines {Arnoldsburg JLee. 

G. Scuuip jKoclvsaale |Lee. 

K. Douglas jStinson |Washington. 

P. Moliohan jAiinnora ] Washington. 

M. Pierson 1 1 auKee Dam jPleasant. 

P. Brown jLizemores |Pleasant.* 

A. Samples jirTocious lUnion. 



43 



H. King. juaessa lUnion. 

F. Murpny iCiay jHenry. 

jjacob Thomas jciay .Henry. 

jAlex Hamrick j±!:noch JBuffalo. 

..M. S, Doug. as jBig Utter jOtter. 

[jcAm ToAvner jGreonviLe |Central. 

^Grant Smith |Green\vood iCentral, 

jD. G. Chapman .... jGrove ICove. 

|J. F. Gaskms jKenton jGrant. 

jM. J. Chidester . . . . iMorgansviile ;Grant. 

jM. Chapman jparker iGreenbrier. 

;R. L. McClain j Avon JGreenbrier! 

■ R. E. Allen iccuier Point iMcCIeilan.' 

; Peter Gain |Sedalia iMcCleilan.' 

V. Foster iColdwater ,x^w Milton. 

F. Randolph. ...j New Milton jXew Milton. 

S. Britton Isunyners iSouth West! 

H. Cheuvrout. .jWest Union iwest Union, 

L. Wiseman iFayetteviUe IFayetteville. 

Station jFayetteville iFayetteviile! 

Humphrey. .. {Gauley Bridge iFalls. 

Simms jBoomer IFalls. 

Champe JMontgomery JKanawha. 

Carter IFayetteville IKanawha. 

Hamilton j Hawks Nest i Mountain 



;T. 

J. 

,;'W 
J. 

,:E. 

, L. 

J. 

/S. 

.[w 

.:S. 

,jw 
,w 

H. 
,C. 
J. 
L. 
I. 
H. 



P. 
J. 
N, 

B. 
T. 
T. 

B. Fox 'Ramsey jMountain 

, M. DeQuasie. . ,| Winona JNuttall. 

. A. Blair iNuttallburg ....... j 

E. Moss ILawton iQuinnimont. 

E. Smith jThayer Quinnimont. 

Fayetteville jsewell Mt. 

Cliff Top jsewell Mt! 

Glenviile jGlenville. 

Alice ILovey. 

Tanner JLovey. 

'Withers jcenter. 

[Petersburg jMilroy. 

IPetersburg iMilroy. 

jLahmansville JGrant. 

;Maysville iGrant. 

i Bayard lUnion. 

lLe\visbiirg jLewisburg. 

i Richland JLewisburg. 

H. McGrath |Ronceverte Fort Spring. 

D. Hanger lAlderson iFort Spring. 



Cove. 
Cove. 



L. Tansill 

E. White 

L. Snider 

S. Bratton 

N. Bush 

S. Ford 

Frank Breathed.. 
Geo. S. Vanmeter 

Noah Snyder 

B. S. McDonald.. 
Solomon Clark. . . 
F. M. Arbuckle. .. 
Chas. Tabs'-ott... 
P. 
C. 



I J. J. Mrjrgan jOrgan Cave [Irish Corner. 

S. H. Turner [White Sulphur Spr..iWhite Sulphur, 

;W. B. Hines [White Sulphur Spr.. [White Sulphur. 



44 



County. 

Greenbrier. 



WEST VIRGINIA GAZETTEER 
JUSTICES OF THE PEACE Continued. 



Name. 



Address. 



District. 



HampsMre 



. . . ,K. W. Ramsey jAlvon jAnthony Creek. 

...jiN. S. Bruli'y ji^ ailing Springs. ... ^Failing Springs. 

...ijno. G. Kessler. .. .| Williamsburg , Williamsburg. 

.,,jj. K. Kincaid j Williamsburg ,' Williamsburg. 

,.,,cary McCiung jUupert :Meadow B.uif. 

...jWm, H. Burner |Da\vson , Meadow B.ult. 

. . , I William McCiUng. . jDawson [Meadow B.utt". 



Hancock 



Hajdy 



Harrison 



Jackson 



,G. T. Miciiael 



Higginsville 



jGore. 

,j\v'm. T. Urndorit". ..iAugusca ,Gore. 

,iVV'. H. Maioney. . . .JKomney iRomney. 



Glebe 



• jRomney. 
.jSherman. 



...jJas. A. Kelley. 

.,,,j. W. Wise jrLio 

,..,0. E. Woiiord i Augusta , Sherman. 

...:jas. H. McUunaid..jCGid Scream jBloomery. 

...JEd. M. Huskeli. . . .|Paw Paw iBioomery. 

..,^Jas. W. Tnompson.jriiree Churches. . ...Springfield. 

...|iN. B. Guthrie jSpringfield jspringfield. 

., . i r. T. Stickley 1 J unction jMill Creek. 

..,,S. R. Brill , Hooks Mill ICapon. 

...Id. W. Gitfin :Di:ions Run ...Capon. 

...|W. C. Johnston. . .iChester , Grant. 

...jA. G. Pugh iChester 'Grant. 

, . .ifioward A. Hill. . . .jFairview -Foe. 

...iJ.ames Bradley uNew Cumberland. ..,N. c. Indpndt. Clay, 

...jJames Wara iNew Cumberland. ..X. C. Indpndt. Clay. 

...jWm. M. Eee /jHollidays Cove iButler. 

...ji nomas Haws«. . . . Doman -iCapon. 

. . . ^*^. a. Cime i Waraeusville ■ ^Capon. 

. . . ,J . Ward Wood .... |Lost City Lost River. 

...^J. V. Williams iMoorefield iMoorefield. 

...,D. A. Sites iPeru jSouth Fork. 

...jM. S. Riley [Clarksburg iClark. 

...j James N. David. ... |Clarksl)urg |Clark. 

, ..,S. W. Gordon jClarksburg iCoal. 

. ..jJohn T. Flynn jWilsonburg ;Coal. 

. ...J. W. Hess jWyatt lEagle. 

. , . jA. O. Brooke jLumberport : . Eagle. 

. ..jB. A. Reeder iShinnston . . . ; jClay. 

»..JArthur M. Sturm. .jEnterprise iClay. 

. ..|S. R. Bartlett jRomines Mills Elk. 

. . . iAsbury L. Lewis. . . 1 Johnstown iElk. 

...|C. W. Davis [Lost Creek |Grant. 

.. .jAmbrose J. West..{Mt. Clare IGrant. 

. ..|James Ogden {Wallace , 'Sardis. 

Jas. M. Plant jKatyslick :Sardis. 

J. W. Bailey '.Bridgeport iSimpson. 

T. H. Kennedy. .. .{Bridgeport jSimpson. 

James Bumgarden. iSalem Ten Mile. 

Jas. B. Innis jBristol ;Ten Mile. 

. .JAsa E. Bailey jGood Hope jUnion. 

. ..!j. W. McConkey. . .JGood Hope iUnion. 

. ..;B. F. Sayre jEvans IUnion. 

. ..E. J. Thomas jCottageville |Union. 

. ..iWeeden Archer. ... 'Medina IGrant. 

. ..!I. P. Hartley j.Muses Bottom IGrant. 

. .Jj. R. Keller iRavenswood iRavenswood. 



County, 
iickson. . . . 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 
Name. j 



45 



Address. 



District. 



~7^\\'. S. Coburn jDimcan jRavenswood. 

. 'p. M. Riley tRU^ley jRipIey. 

.'j. E. Horn iGoIdtown jRipley. 

.iJ. D. Skidmore. . . .jskidmore jWashington. 



Jefferson 



Kanawha 



;J. P. Hamon j Advent 

'c. E. Baylor i Charles Town. 

|C. F. Gallaher jCharles Town. 

|j. J. LaRue JRippon 

'C. N. Coyle jSummit Point. 

. !..|g. D. Johnson iLeetown 

!d. S. Reatch jShepherdstown 

:C. H. Briggs (Harpers Ferry, 

|a. j. Light iClendennin . . . 

'.'...\C. S. Young jClendennin jBig Sandy. 

!..,|h. T. McVey ^East Bank jCabin Creek. 

!!!.'a. W. Long JLewiston [Cabin Creek. 

.... W. W. Smith jFks. of Little SandyjElk. 

!c. E. Hughes iBlue Creek Elk 



Washington. 
Charles Town. 



Kabletown. 
Kabletown. 
Middle way. 
Shepherdstown. 
Harpers Ferry. 
Big Sandy. 



s? 



. . . .jv 

....A. E. Price jBlue Creek. . . 

iR. P. Shrewsbury. . [Maiden 

....jW. Blackburn jMalden 

.....Joel Cottreli .Charleston ... 

|E. H. Ball iCharleston ... 

. . . .iH. B. Raines iKanawha City. 



\V. P. Curry 



Marmet 



Elk. 

Maiden. 

Maiden. 

Charleston, 

Charleston. 

Louden. 

Louden. 



.jC. L. Pauley jChilton • jWashington. 

.,J. W. yall jTornado Kvashington. 

Webb jSt. Albans Jefferson. 



iC. H. Wallace i Patrick 



Union. 
Poca. 



Freemans Creek. 
Court House. 
Court House. 
Skin Creek. 
Skin Creek. 



.....J. H. Burdett jSissonville .... 

Lvwi^ JLouis McBride , Weston 'Hackers Creek. 

, Francis Taylor. . . ., Berlin Hackers Creek. 

,J. B. Lovett iFreemansburg Freemans Creek. 

, Albert Woofter. . . .;Aliim Bridge... 

,P. F. Gillooiy JEdraiston 

• — ,A. B. Lockhart. . . .jWeston 

jW. V. Chidester. . . jGaston 

.G. M. Marsh jVandalia 

|jas. H. Bosley j Jacksonville jCollins Settlement. 

,H. J. Brake iWalkersville jCollins Settlement. 

Liucoln ,John Wysoug j Hamlin iCarroll. 

,J. W. Spurlock ISpuriocksville j 

jBenton Estep jBernie |Carroll. 

• jW. E. Bench [Myra [Union. 

" jJ. W. Harless jGriffithsville [Union. 

JC. M. Pauley jRome [Washington. 

" (S. C. Dunlap [Sioto [Washington. 

jMack Pauley jWooddale Duval. 

jH. B. Griffith JGriffithsville jDuval. 

|VV. C. Pauley [Midkiff [Laurel Hill. 

" [J. McComas IMidkiff ILaurel Hill. 

W. B. Bromfleld. . .IGreenshoal [Carts Creek. "''"' 

Isaac Fry ((^reenshoal I Carts Creek. 

E. B. Fagale [Sheridan [Sheridan. 

iW. F. Midkiff jShoridan [Sheridan. 

^.^^ |R- E. Lowe IChapmansville iChapmansvllIe. 

,[ [Sol. Adams jSpottswood IChapmansville. 

jW. L Campbell — (Logan iLogan. 



U> 



. ■i.'/yfsm-' 



46 



WEST VIRGINIA GAZETTEER 



County. 
Logan 



Marion 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE Continued. 

_ Name. __j Address. j District. 

M. A. llobinsoii. ...ji^ogan .7. . Lo^^an ~~ 

W. ' 



Marshall 



i^*- 

IJ- 


SXiL 
1. 


,|C.iias 


D. 


i^. 


joim 


jJ. 


Jb. 


jjohn 


jThos. 


J. 


C. 


J. 


E. 


,C. 


Y. 


,A. 


D. 


!A. 


J. 


John 


A. 


J. 


vJ. 


S. 


iT. 


w. 


;L. 


G. 


,John 


H. 


W 


J. 


H. 



L. McGinnis .... jCyclone jTriadelphia. 

jL. G. Bennington. ..i^ airniont iFairmont. 

jL. A. Fleming jFairmonc P'airmont. 

B. C. Coogie lUivesviile ;Paw Paw. 

^Zimmer Anions .... jAnios jPaw Paw, 

|i. W. Maione ^Caiawba |Winfield. 

jj. B. Hayuursc Fairmoni jWinfieid. 

la aiiasv Colfax ;Union, 

rf windier ii-airnicnt jUnion. 

S. Amos iFairnn.nL i 



Snodgrass. 



Monongah 



RigLiier jEldura 

Christie. . 
M. Miilan, 
K. Jones. 



, Grant. 



.jjvlaniiiiigion 
|itymei- . . . . 
jl*~armington 

Farrish \i^ arDiiugcon 

Davis jCameron .. 

McCardle .... , cam '.Ton . . 

Pierce ^.Muun-lsville 

Miller i Woodland . 

M vres 'Board Tree 



Stem 



Si. .io^eidi 



S. Lvdicl< sGlen Easnni . 



• ■Mannington. 
-.Mannington. 
••Lincoln. 
.•.Lincoln. 

■ jCameron, 

• iCameron. 

• iClay. 

• ,Franlvlin, 

• ^Liberty. 

• iMeade. 
. Meade. 



Manning. 

Hammond 

Taylor 

. Sreele. . . 

Biard 



Moundsville ;Washingron. 



Monndsvilie 



Pleasant 

Maj(ns\-illt' 



\ alley 



Henry Kiddle ,B(. 



O. A. Lacy 



Mason 



liwuod 
luvood 



.jJ, B. McKibbon |Siloam 

.John A. Mohr i\Vyonia 



• iWashington. 
I Webster. 

-Webster. 

• ;3and Hill, 
;Union. 

i Union. 

jArbuckle. 

Arbuckle. 



iE. C. Hesson |Pliny Clendennin. 

Joseph Butler jArlee Clendennin. 

:A. E. Edwariis ji-etart Copper. 

J. R. Edwards ;Flat Top Copper. 

Wm. .Jividen jueon Cologne. 

;G. W. Cossin I Leon Cologne! 



1 



" 


J. F. 


•• 


IB. S. 


•< 


J. F. 


Mercer . 


J. H. 


" 


. . .^ . . Joshi 


« 


P. .J. 


" 


E. T. 


" 


W. S 


« 


P. c. 


<i 


|C. w 



jThos. EUiotr X-Iraham Station 

iWm. Frv Longdaie 

'H. E. Ball i Upland 

•A. F. Scott ;Settle 

;E. j. Somervilb'. . . I'l. Pit-asanr 

'Orville Lemaster, .;t't. Ploasanr. . . . 

I J. O. Yeager ;01d Town 

Fishor Sassafras 



Graham. 

Graham. 

Hannan. 

Hannan. 

Ft. Pleasant. 

Pt. Pleasant. 

jRobinson. 

■Robinson. 



Smirh. . . 
Edingron 
Brinkiey 



)ay 



i Waterloo jUnion. 

[i;im\vnod iT'nion. 

Oakvale East River. 

I Princeton East River. 

Brown Blueficld Beaver Pond. 

Oliver KiiK'fKdd Beaver Pond. 

TIarl«>ss Godfrey Rock, 

Hubbard iSpanishburg Rock. 

Gore [Athens jPlymouth, 



I 

i 



1 


County. 


! 


1 


Moroor 


.. H. F. 


fc 





. . . J. A. 


1" 


Mineral . . . 


. . . J. E. 


r- 




. .. C. E. 


r 




. . .Geo. 


r 




... W. F. 


1 




. . . J. T. 


P 




...J. T. 



Mingo 



Monongalia 



Monroe 



Morgan 



MclJowell 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Name. | Address. j District. 

Gore jPride IPTymouttL 

Lilly jDiinns jJiimpiug Branch. 

Avonhalt 'Rlk Gar-lon. . ;Klk. 

Shillingburg. HarrnionsvilJe i Piedmont. 

T. Grjsturn. . .jPiodniont ....'Piedmont. 

Eliert !Lanre)dale !Ne\v Creek. 

Doyle IKeyser iNew Creek. 

Liiler !Ridgevi;ie IWelton. 

Geo. H. Carpenter. I Ridgeley jFrankfort. 

John Johnson | Alaska ^Frankfort. 

Lewis McCloud . . . . j Breading Harvey. 

A. J. Dingess JDingess iHarvey. 

Ira Evans ICanterbury JHardee. 

H. P. Clark lEugene IHardee. 

G. ^I. ^Millard Williamson iLee. 

James Chapman. ..;Xolan jLee. 

Guy White ^Thacker jMagnolia. 

Valentine Hatfield. lO'Keefe Magnolia. 



47 



M. A. Haifield. .. 
J. .S. P. Stairord. 
Geo. E. DeGarmo, 

Joliu Bane 

Michael Wright.. . 

C. S. Tennant 

F. E. Berry 

John M. Garlow.. 



.'Wharncliffe 
.'Giil)ert . . . . 
. jWadestown 
.: \V-ddv>U)Wii 
. Alooresville 
. ! Pen tress . . 
. [Cassville . . 
..iMaidsville . 



.j Stafford. 
.[Stafford. 
.iBattelle. 
.! Bat telle. 
..Clay. 
. iClay. 
.jCass. 
, .iCass. 



E. Arnett, 



. . ! Georgetown ; Grant. 

McC. Gallagher. IMorgantown JGrant. 

Heston . !Opekiska |Clinton. 

M. Joliffe i Uffingron 'Clinton. 

Hayes ! .Morgani.own jMorgan. 

Shomaker IMorgantown ; Morgan. 

H. Ridgeway. . .ILaurel Iron Works. jUnion. 

Samuel Baker !Laurel Iron Works. lUnion. 

W. McD. Johnston. 'Union [Union. 

J. T. Miller 'Union jUnion. 

W. H. Scott 'Sinks Grove [Second 

F. M. Hoylman 'Second Creek (Second 

J. O. Miller ...IGap Mills | Sweet 



Creek. 

Creek. 

Springs. 



■R. A. Hal] 

'Geo. W. Ballard. 
'W. G. Halstead. 
IW. S. Brayles . . . 
'Newton Smith. . , 
IGeorge Alderson. 
'J. P. Hinton 



.ICrimson Springs. .. iSweet Springs. 

.'Wikle [Springfield. 

.IHunters Springs. . . [Springfield. 

.'Red Sulphur {Red Sulphur. 

..'Peterstown iR^d Sulphur. 

..'Alderson iWolf Creek. 

..IWolf Creek [Wolf Creek. 

'M. C. Jameson. .. .:Aiderson | 

'John H. Buzzerd. ..[Berk-eley Springs. . .|Bath. 

■P. J. CouGThlin iBerkelev Springs. ..(Bath. 

'John H. Filler IPaw Paw [Ca.capon. 

Mas. F. Cross IGreat Cacapon iCacapon. 

Isaiah Sneelman. . .IStotlers Cross Rds..!Rock Gap. 

:Samuel Thompson. 'Holton jSIeepy Creek. 

O. P. Davison 'Ungers Store [Timber Ridge. 

J. R. Greenawalt. . 'Welch [Browns Creek. 

Samuel Crider 'Kimball [Browns Creek. 

A. C. Christian 'Squire JBig Creek. 

,T. A. Lambert [Welch IBig Creek. 



48 



WEST VIRGINIA GAZETTEER 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE-Contlnued. 

County. I Name. j Address. ( District. 

McDowell. . .7riW.~CrCarterT.T7r.lElkhorn ... . . . .T.TlElkhoi'iiT 

;C. W. White JMaybeiirv jElkhorn. 

" ....;F. G. Roberts iNorthfork INorth Fork. 

•* JD. T. Coles Northfork INorth Fork. 

" ....iWra. Payne jBradshavv ; Sandy River. 

Nicholas A. F. Leg-g {Siimmersville |Summersville. 

" jJos. W. McClung. .(Summersville 'Summersville. 

" ...... 'W. E. Morton ICraigsville 'Beaver. 

" IW. A. Music JRichwood JBeaver. 

" ij. B. Dooley JEarl IKentucky. 

!E. G. Odeli JEarl ,'Kentucky. 

" |P. H. Odell jFowlerknob . . .|Wilderness. 

** 'Geo. A. Burr \Mt. Lookout |Wilderness. 

" :P. A. Brown i Jefferson ! Jefferson. 

" .....George Davis 'Birch River {Hamilton. 

" iJames Hicks iPersinger jHamilton. 

Robert Neal 1 iGrant. 

Ohio 'Edward Bond jwheeling | 

'C. S. Greer jwheeling 1 

J. R. LaRue iWlie.^Iing ' 

IWm. Muegge | Wheeling IWashington. 

'C. O. Roemer (Wheeling Washington. 

'S. G. Naylor iWIieeling /Madison. 

'G. L. Caldwell IWheeling (Clay. 

!Thos. Norris (Wheeling {Clay. 

.....IM. P. Fitzpatrick. .(Wheeling (Union. 

JJ. A. Dunning ! Wheeling (Union. 

(Wm. Manion (Wheeling !Centre. 

'J. W. Schiiltz JA^lifeling (Webster. 

(James Allen (Wheeling (Ritchie. 

(A. J. Wilson iWheellng (Ritchie. 

'James Moore [Wheeling (Triadelphia. 

'Geo. Criswcll jElm Grove ITriadelphia. 

Pendleton (J. E. Movers jFrnnklin iFranklin. 

** ....'J. G. Dahmer jDahmeT- 'Franklin. 

" ....[T. H. Harrison. .. .[Su til r Gmve (Sugar Grove. 

" ....'A. J. Keister (Brandvwine [Bethel. 

" ....'A. R. T^ugh... JDrer Run 'Mill Run. 

....(J. R. Alt (Branch iMill Run. 

** .. • • 'J. F. Raines jonew (Union. 

....(A. W. Graham 'Riverton (Union. 

** ..••(C. T. Vandevender.iCircloville tCircleville. 

" ....'S. W. Mulleaux ICiroleville iCircleville. 

Pleasants ID. R. Rpvnolds (St. Marys IWashington. 

....(William Brown. .. .(St. Marvs i Washington. 

...•[T.N.Bass JBeUnont iGrant. 

"' 'James :^rcKnight. .(Hebron 'Lafayette. 

....'A. E. Banor jlNTaxwell iMekin. 

" ....'Rufus Weekly (Ravpus Rock lUnion. 

Pocahontas ...(N. B. Arbogast (Durbin !Greenbank. 

..•(J. L. Hudson (Green Bank jGreenbank. 

...(Wm. B. Hannah.. .{Yelk 'Edray. 

" ...(N. C. Rogpfs !BuckPve lEdray. 

...(D. B. McKlweo iDrisool iHuntersville. 

" ...'Geo. R. Curry JAcademy (Little Levels. 

...|T. A. Bruffey JLobelia jLittle Levels. 



Countj, 
Preston 



Putnam 



Raleigh 



Randolph 



Ritchie 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 
' j Name. I Address. | District. 

r.'D. Y.~Morris7T.T.TT|Kingwood".7 [Kingwood. 

. . E. C. Gibson !Rohr IValley. 

. . 'Geo. W. Scott iMasontown |Va11ey. 

..'W. A. Rodeheaver.ilndeDendence JLyon. 

..'Daniel Cool .iXewburg jLyon, 

. . ! J. W. Carrico |Ro welsbnrg |Reno. 

..!W. E. Riuherford..iFello\vsville IReno. 

. . 'John W. Wonzel . . .'Es^lon jUnion. 

. .'.Tespe W. Shaffer. . ICarmel [Union. 

. . 1.. Y. Reed ITprra AUa IPortland. 

. . 'E. Scott Felton ^\T]itsell IPortland. 

..'Jno. .J. Martin IValley Point (Pleasant. 

..'Geo. A. Kellev 'Cuzzart iPleasant. 

. . 'W. H. McGibbons . IBniceton Mills 'Grant. 

..Samuel McGrew. . .IPrRndonville IGrant. 

. .'G. E. Allen IPuffalo IBuffalo. 

. .T. F. Pitchford 'Round Knob IBuffalo. 

. . Thos. M. Harbour . iHurricane ICurry. 

. .'C. H. Bvrn.^idp. . . .'Burdett iCurry. 

. .'R. Zitzelsberger. . JBrillian IPoca. 

. .'.T. H. Hannon 'Gonfid^uce (Poca. 

. .'F. T,. Garv '"^YiT^fioM IScott. 

. .'F. G. Handley | Scott Denot I Scott. 

..'G. M. Byns iFrsziers Bottom. ... ITeays Vallev. 

. .'H. P. So vine '.Tone?; ITeays Valley. 

..'A. .T. Thomas 'Red Honqe Shoals.. I Union. 

. .'G. O. Ravbourn. ...tPourtd Knob |Union. 

. .'^. W. Rped isbpdv Spring IShady Spring. 

..'T. E. Bibb 'Prince .' IShady Spring. 

..'.Tacob Bennett IPlu^o iRichmond. 

. . 'G. T\". Richardson . '"Rpr-k-p-ir iTown. 

..'-T. W. MavTior IGirtsville iTown. 

. . '.T. M. Dunn iBolt iTrap Hill. 

..'G. M. Hawlev IT.pster jTrap Hill. 

. . 'O. R. Esten lEawson [Clear Fork. 

..'Thos. Williams.... iMatville iClear Fork. 

. . ' A. W. Webb 'Saxon [Marsh Fork. 

..'W. K. Clay |Glomera [Marsh Fork. 

..'J. M. Meadows.... [Odd [Slab Fork. 

. . 'Squire N. Bosworth'Beverly ( 

. . ' A. C. Rowan 'Beverly [Beverly. 

. . 'L. B. McLaughlin. . IBeverlv (Beverly. 

. . 'I. Stalnaker iRarman [Dry Fork. 

..'A. A. Kile I.Tob [Dry Fork. 

. .'W. S. Woodford . . . 'Huttonsville [Huttonsville. 

. .'Lee J. Wamslev.. . .[Lee Bell (Huttonsville. 

..'E. E. Tavlor lElkins (Leadsville. 

. . T. W. Stalnaker . . . lElkins JLeadsville. 

. . 'J. W. Hartman IPickens (Middle Fork. 

..'Simon Hoover 'Pickens (Middle Fork. 

. . [Bolivar Hamilton. . IValley Head IMingo. 

..lAmasa Wilmoth. . . IKerens |New Interest. 

..'J. G. Coberlv IMontrose |New Interest. 

..'A. L. Findlev iMonroe iRoaring Creek. 

..ij. J. Phillips iWomelsdorf [Roaring Creek. 

..IPeter Crickard iPeet IValley Bend. 

..'J. W. French iGoose Creek JGrant. 



49 



50 



WEST VIRGINIA OAZP^TTRER 



County. 



Ritchie 



Roane 



Summers 



Taylor 



Tucker 



Tyler 



JUSTICtS OF THE PEACE Continued. 

! Name. \ xVd dress. , "District. 

'Van A. Zevely iCairo . . . . . ... . .7...!Grant 

Lemuel Wilson iSmithvi'le ;Murphy. 

J. M. Nutter. ..... .jOxbow IMurphy. 

'J. W. Duty IPennsboro 'Clay. 

Ocran Corbin iEOllenboro Clay. 

C. C. Freed i Auburn jUnion. 

John Hulderman. ..iHarrisville lUnion. 

R. R. Petty iRoedyville ICurtis. 

E. S. Ball iReedyville i Curtis. 

W. C. McCoskey. ..iAmma IGeary. 

Clell Hart 'Uler IGearv. 

W. M. Hunt iMattie jHarper. 

W. E. Jones |:Martie [Harper. 

H. C. Cortle 'Reedv iReedy. 

G. W. Curtis !Reedy IReedy. 

A. Sheppard 'Linden 'Smithfield. 

N- Westfall 'Shambliugs Mills. ..Smithfield. 

'N. 



. . A. 
. . M. 
. . W 
..J. 



B. Hoff.. 

M. McKown . . . , 

D. Shafer 

W. Ham mack. 
M. Keatley. . . . , 



Spencer I Spencer. 



Carv N. Vat 



iSpencer . . . 

Do.ld 

AValton .... 
iTndian Milis 
'Forest Hill. 



C. L. Parker iHinton 



ISpencer. 
'AValton. 
i Walton. 
'Forest Hill. 
'Forest Hill. 
iGreenbrier. 



W. W. Lively. 



Richmond. 

Foster Green 

C. L. Hatcher.iEliii^on 
Cochran iJuniPHn 



'Hinton IGreenbrier. 

iNew Richmond iGreen Sulphur. 

Surphur Spr.. 'Green Sulphur. 

IJumping Branch. 

TJranch. ...Mumping Branch. 
Wks. 



Peters IMercers Salt Wks. . IPipestem. 

Trail iPipestem Pipestem. 

Lowe 'Lowell iTalcott. 

Gregory ISantifee ITalcott. 

. . Wm. Graham jGraf ("on j 

, . J. O. Jaco ^Grafton IGrafton. 

. . I. W. Wells 'Grafton 'Grafton. 

. . T. B. McGlumphey.IGrafton 'Fetterman. 

. . Adolph Travis IGrafkin 'Fetterman. 

. . T. B. Shroyer iKnottsville |Knottsville. 

. . Geo. F. Powell I Pruntvtown 'Booths Creek. 

. . L E. Hibbs TMeadland IBooths Creek. 

. . Wm. Graham West Grafton 'Court House. 

..N. L. Bartlett |Simpsou [Court House. 

..Geo. F. Clark IFlemin^ton Flemington. 

. . M. Wvmer IHambleton [Blackfork. 

. . 'C. S. Ward jHambleron Blackfork. 

..'W. H. PottPr 'Davis jDavis. 

. . 'C. C. T^mbort !Red Creek 'Dry Fork. 

. .^W. J. Jon^s jThomas ^ Fairfax. 

..'W. H. Lipscomb. . .;St. George 'St. George. 

..J. R. Longbnrv IFIannahsviile 'Licking. 

. . J. W. Bolyard 'Texas 'Clover. 

. . T. B. Hau:::ht Alma ;Centrevi)le. 

..A. E. Pratt ISranley iCentreville. 

. . T. R. Cunningham. .jSandu.^ky 'Ellsworth. 

.. M. J. Warner jMiddlebourue [Ellsworth. 



Count: 
Tylei-: . . . 



G. L. 
Lvnn 
[C. P. 
O. J. 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Name. ! Address, 

Lowtlier. 7. . . iSistersvil'e '. 7.Tr.77JLincoln 

Kirtlaiid. 



51 



District. 



Upshur 



Tustin 

Hill 

L. D. Rollins 

Daniel Cutriiiht. 
R. T. H. Benson 



Sisteisvir.e jLincoln. 

iSancho IMeade. 

!^[cKim i Meade. 

iBiickhannon IBuckliannon. 

I Hinkleville IBuckhannon. 

ITallraansville [ Wasliincrton. 



Wayne 



Silas Goodwin iQueens [Washington. 

Bezalee Radabaugh^Buokhanncn iXJnion. 

Jolm Miles iHinkle iUnion. 

Channey Waid iFrench Creek IMeade. 

Geo. E. Bosley {Alton IMeade. 

James Castro .jBuckhannon IWarren. 

Tom Dawson 'Bnckhannon IWarren. 

G. B. Brown 'Stillman IBanks. 

A. R. Taylor iOains IBanks. 

J. H. Lambert 'Kenova [Ceredo. 

Uriah Rowe iDunleith ICeredo. 

H. F. Bowen 'AVavne lUnion. 

A. G. Smith iDickson lUnion. 

J. B. Bays I V^cho iButler. 

W. K. Ft^ricuson-. . . ! Rrie ^Butler. 

J. C. Webb j Preston ILincoln. 

Thos. Prince IStone Coal 'Lincoln. 

.James Finl*^r IDoane -Grant. 



Webster 



Wetzel 



W. H. Toppins . . . 

J. M. Napier 

H. B. Adldns 

Vincent Hamrick 
L. A. Armen trout 

F. .J. Sutton 

S. L. Mason 

T. S. Cutlip 

W. E. Raymond. 

R 

S. 

J. 



•! Queens Ridge 'Grant. 

•JEast L3^nn IStonewall. 

. iTooley jStonewall. 

.iWebsrer Springs. ...^Fork Lick. 

.jWeti^TPr Springs. ... Fork Lick. 

.I^'owcii iGlade. 

• lErbacon .Glade. 

JTumbo IHolly. 

.iPemoval IHolly. 

C. Ferrell Cleveland IHacker Valley. 

C. Harper j^'leveland ^Hacker Valley. 

E. Edgell iPine Grove 'Grant. 



•• S. 
.. .7. 
.• R 



J. Kilcoyne iSmithfield 'Grant. 

A. Connelly | Littleton 'Clay. 



L. Ferguson. .. .'T>itt^eton 



'Clay. 



Wirt 



Taylor IHallsmills iProctor. 

Geo. Herrman I Wells IProctor. 

S. T. Robison jXew Martinsville. ..'^Magnolia. 

James E. Young... INew Martinsville. . .':Magnolia. 

Thos. P. Lemley. ..'Burton jChurch. 

L. W. Lamb 'Hundred [Church. 

J. W. Kennedy i Reader JGreene. 

W. A. IMorgan IChilds JGreene. 

H. C. Moore Endicott jCenter. 

.L A. Jolliff lUniontown ICenter 

S. P. Beckner (Burning Sprins:s. .. . jBurnin 

J. V. Jones JNewark I Clay. 

.L N. Boise Elizabeth iElizabeth. 

M. V. Vernon iReedy Ripple 'Elizabeth. 

Gilbert Rothwell. ..|Ne^'ark 'Newark. 

'C. L. Dobson Pee Wee 'Reedy. 

A. J. Ott Pee Wee Reedy 

T. J. Boise |Creston (Spring 



Springs. 



Creek. 



52 



WEST VIRGINIA GAZETTFJER 



County. 



Wirt.. 
Wood 



Wyoming 



District. 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE -Continued, 

j Name. I Address. | 

."CT HillTT; .T: 77777 . jWindy ' 7. 77777.777: [Tucker. 

. [R. H. Thomas iParlcersbiirg jF'arkersburg. 

7iW. H. Carfer IParkersburg |Parkersburg. 

7iS. B. Gainer iLeachtown [Clay. 

. |W. J. Peyman. ... Davisville I Clay. 

.:L. Miracle |DalIeron UValker. 

.'G. D. Miller | Volcano | Walker. 

. !C. O. Corbitt IWaverly [Union. 

.;H. S. Dye Ogden jUnion. 

.|.r. W. Chidester. . ..iWilliamsiown I Williams. 

.jE. F. Wilson IParkersburg jLubeck. 

.iB. F. Mount iParkersburg ITygart. 

.[W^ H. Rub:e '.Daisy .-. . .JTygart. 

JS. P. Moore | j Steele. 

. Jared Florence. ... iRockport iSteele. 

.Albert Brand ^Slate P. O ,.: Slate. 

. 'E. Shumway ! i Harris. 

. Joseph Slack ; ! Harris. 

.!L. P. Cook iQceana lOceana. 

.;U. H. Bailey lUrudom ;Oceana. 

.i James Hatfield. . . . Oceana 'Clear Fork. 

. :A. W. Cline 'Uno jClear Fork. 

. 7\lonzo Hatfield .... !Snn Hill IBailevsville 

.'Joda Ellis IBaileysville jHeeffs. 

7|E. E. Cook. jHanover j Center. 

.jG. O. Cline jWoosley ICenter. 

.iJohn B. Day [McGraw jSlab Fork. 

.iLollison Lusk {Herndon [Barkers Ridge. 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



5:^ 



BANKS AND BANKERS OF WEST VIRGINIA. 



TOWN. 


NAME OF BANK. 


CASHIER. CAPITAL. 


Aiderson . . . 


.Greenbrier Valley Bank 


.A. W. .Johnson 


$ 30,000 


A mos 


.Farmers &: Merchants Bank 


.J. R. Timms, Jr. . . 


25,000 


Arlee 


.Selby & Co 






Auburn .... 


.Auburn Exchange Bank 


.M. B. Summers.. . . 


25.000 


Beckley .... 


.. Bank of Ralpigh 


• J. H. Miller 


25.000 


j^^ockley 

Be'ington . . 


First National Bank 


.D. H. Johnston. . . 
.B. B. Rohrbough. . 


''o 000 


. Bolingron Nati(ma] Bank 


25.000 


Btlington . . 


. Citizens National Bank 


..H. H. Jones 


40.000 


Belington . . 


. First National Bank of Belington 


.Geo. H. Balsley... 


30.000 


Benwood . . . 


..Bank of Benwood 


.Charles H. Ray. . . 


25.000 


B^Tkeley Spgs.'Darik' of Berkelov Springs 


.A. M. Mendenhall. 


25,000 


Berkeley Spgs.Bank of ^Torgan Countv 


.R. E. Allen 


25.000 


Beverly 


. Bpverh' Bank 


,H. S. Armstrong. . 
.T. J. Collins 


10 000 


Blacksville . . 


. Dunkard A'allev Bank 


25.000 


Bluefield 


.Bluefield Bankinsr Co 


.W. S. Foutz 


20.000 


Blupfield 




W F Alexander 


25,000 
100.000 


Bluefield .... 


.First National Bank 


.W. C. Pollock 


Bluefield .... 


• Flat Ton National Bank. The 


.W H T\Tieel Wright 


100.000 


Bluefield . . 


i^t'-.f^ Rqnlc nf T-VluprK^lil 


F AI Peters 


30,000 
100.000 


Bramwell . . . 


• B^nk of B'-amwell 


.J B Perry 


Bridgeport . . 


. Bank cf Bridgeport 


.Harry Armstrong. 


25.000 


Bruceton Mill 


s.Brnrr.ron Rank 


..C R Barrlett 


25,000 


Buckhannon 


.Buckhannon Bank 


..A I Boreman 


44,000 


Buckhannon 


. Peonies Bank 


,C W Heaven er. . . . 


50.000 


Buckhannon 


.Traders National Bank. 


.C S McWhorter... 


50.000 


Burnsvllle . . 


• Braxton Countv Bank 






Burns ville . .. 


. Burnsville Exchanere Bank 






Cairo 


• Bank of Cairo 


.G H Carver 


30.000 


Cairo ... 


.:vrntual Bank. 


,.G F Hess 

.W M No well 


25,000 


Cameron 


. Bank of Cameron 


20,000 


Cameron 


. First Citizens Bank 


. A E Fox 


25,000 


Cameron 


.Fir=t National Bank 


.D W :McConaughey 


50,000 


Ceredo 


..■^ir^t National Bank 


.Louis Prichard.... 


50.000 


Charleston . , 


• Charleston National Bank 


.H L Prichard..... 


500.000 


Charleston . . 


• Citizpns National Bank 


.M M Williamson. . 


175.000 


Charleston . . 


.Kanawha Rankina & Trust Co... 


H B Lewis 


250.000 


Charleston . . 


. Kanawi^a National Bank 


, E A Reid 


250,000 


Charleston . . 


• Ka'-awha VaMev Rank 


.J L Dickinson 


150.000 


Charles Town 


• Bank of Charles Town 


.G A Porterfield. . . 


50.000 


Charles Town 


•Citizens Bank 


.H C Getzendanner. 


25,000 


Charles Town 


• Farmers & ]\rf^rrhants Deposit Co 




Charles Town 


•First National Bank of Jefferson. 


.Samuel Howell 


50,000 


Chester 


• First National Bank .. 


• 




Clarksburg . . 


• Empire National Bank 




Clarksburg . . 


• Farmers Bank, The 






Clarksburg . . 


.R. T. Lowndes fr Co. Sav. Bank.. 






Clarksburg . . 


• :Mprchants National Bank 


.S R Harrison 


100.000 


Clarlvsburg . . 


• Peoples Bankimr & Trust Co 


.Hugh Jarvis 


100.000 


Clarksburg . . 


- Traders Nationa 1 Bank 


.L S Horner 


85.000 


Clarksburg . 


•West Virginia Bank 


. W H Freeman. . . . 
.J T Griner 

• John M Miller.... 

• C E Smith 


57,600 


Clay 


• Clav Countv Bank 


25.000 
10 000 


Cottageville . 


• T'nion Bank 


Davis 


.National Bank of Davis. 


50.000 


Klizabeth ... 


.Wirt Countv Bank 


.G W Roberts 


12.956 


Elkins 


.Elkins National Bank.. 


.H R Warfield 


50.000 



54 WEST VIRGINIA GAZETTE^CR 

~\ BANKS^AMD BACKERS Of WEST VIROIMIA ContTnucd^ 

TOWN. NAME OF BANK. CASHIER. CA 



H Keim.. . 
G Wilson. 
Miller 



H Altha, treas. 
.josepxi E Sands.. 
W T Ravenscroft. 



Elkins Randolph County Bank W 

Elkins Trust Co. ot West Virginia vV 

Fairmont , . . ..Bank ot Fairmont. W 

Fairmont Citizens Dollar Savings. Bank 

Fairmont Fairmont Trust Co W 

Fairmont First National Bank 

Fairmont Eiome Savings Bank 

Fairmont Monongaliela Bank of Fairmont... 

Fairmont The Peoples Bank. I M Brownfield.. . . 

Farmington . , Bank ot Farmingron M A F. etcher 

Fayetteville . . Fayetteville National Bank J S Hill 

Franklin Farmers Bank of Pendleton. .... .Frank Anderson. . 

Friendly First National Bank E E Morgan 

Glenville First National Bank John vla.v pooi 

Glenville Glenville Banking & Trust Co John Claypool 

Glenville Little Kanawha Valley Bank W A Rohrbough. . 

Grafton .• First National Bank Leonard Malionee. 

Grafton Grafton Banking; &. Trust Co 

Grafton Grafton Bank. The 

Grafton Grafton National Bank . - . H W Chadduck 

G-rafton Lord. J. C 

Grafton :\rerchants & Mechanics Sav. Bank.Wra. Morgan 

Grantsville . ..Bank of Grants vi lie 

Grantsville . . -Calhoun County Bank k M Marshall 

Greenville — Citizens Bank of :Monroe .. it S Duniap 

Harpers Ferry.Bank of Harpers Ferry S W Lightner 

Harrisville . . .First National Bank - M Lar/er 

Harrisville ...Peoples Bank of Harrisville J H Lininger 

Hinton Bank of Summers J ohn H .j(.>rdan. . . . 

Hinton First National Bank of Hinton. . . . W H Garnett 

Horton Farmers & Merchants Bank T A Canfield 

Hundred Bank of Hundred 



Huntington . 
Huntington . 
Huntington . 
Huntington . 
Huntington . 
Hurricane . 
Jacksonburg 



Amerii-an Bank 
First National 



& Trust Co. ..... .H C Harvey. 

Bank O F Miller.. 



• Huntington National Bank, The.. 

• Union Savings Bank & Trust Co. 

• W. Virginia Sav. Bank & Trust Co 

• Putnam County Bank. 

. Jacksonburg Bank 

Kenova Kenova Loan & Trust Co 

Keyser Peoples. Bank of Kcyser , . . 

Keyser First National 

Kingwood 
King wood 
Lewisburg 
Lewisburg 



K Oney. . . 
C Thomas 

L Archer.. 

S Corbly. 



C Coe 

W Woods. 



Bank J T Carskadon. . 

• Bank of Kingwood J W Parks 

• Kingwood National Bank. S H White 

• Bank of Greenlu-ier. The J W Dwyer 

• Bank of Lewis])urg. The W E Ne\son 



Littleton . . . 

Logan 

Logan 

Lumberport 
Madison . . . 
Mannington 
Mannington 
Mannington 
Marlinton • 
Marlinton . . 



.B A Pyles 



• Bank of Littleton...... 

• First National Bank ...... 

.Guyan Valloy Bank T Gary Alderson 

• Lnmberport Bank V L Hornor 

. :\Ta<li5;on National Bank S M Croft 



. Bank of Mannington E .J Thomas 

. Excliange Bank. C E Jollifie 

.First National Bank Wm. H. Furbee. . . 

. Bank of Marlinton F R Hunter 

• First National Bank of Marlinton.. J E Sydenstricker 



PITAE. 
' 10,000 
250,000 
150,000 

100,000 

100,000 

25,000 

30,000 
25,000 
25,000 
25,000 
25,000 
35,000 

25,000 
85,000 



50,00.0 

50,000 
2.5,000 
25,000 
12,000 
25,000 

20,000 
27,S0O 
50,000 
10,000 

100.000 
200,000 
100,000 

35,700 
128.200 

50.000 

25,000 
50,000 
60,000 
74.500 
25,000 
25,000 
40,000 
25.000 
25,000 
12,500 
25,000 
25,000 
50.000 
185,000 
60,000 
25,000 
25.000 



1^ 

^ AND BL'SIXESS DinKCToRY. 55 

TOWN. NA-ME OF BANK. CASIitHK. " CAPITAL. 

I , Martinsburg .'. l-;\iik of Martin.-burii, The/. . ."TT . /A U DaVby.7." .T. .7 ^35',0ui) 

I Martiiisburq ..Cin/tni: Xariotua Dank irMward lvuti<.-(l'4t\ . 10l>,0'»i^ 

I Martiusburg ..OJ'J Xaiioiiul liauk oL Martinsburg..G*:'ory;t' S Hill lO'J.O'.'b 

I Martiiisburg ..iVobb^s Trust Co K iC Wilson 150, Of" 

I Ainbll'jboui-iif. Baiik ot .\iiddIebouiiie John F Shore 25,000 

>4:(ldlobourne. Fir.-i Narioiiai Bank G L Morris 30,0'»" 

Montgomery ;.M(HUgomoi y Xatior.al B,arik. ...... F<i\vard Bfiyiit.weli 25,0'i'> 

Mocrelield >ini;..i Branch N'ality Xat. Bank... J Win Gilkesoii. . . 55,0'*<.» 

Morgaur.own ..iiank ot .Monnnirahela V'alley E H Coombs 110,0*».> 

Atoigancown ..Citizens Xational Bank DC Hoffman o0.0i"J 

Mori^antown ..Farmers &: .Morchanis Bank. ..... ..Jos L Keener SO.O*'J 

Morgantowa ..Ftde.ra! Savin^.s & Trust Co D C Hoffman, treas 200. 0'*') 

.Morganiown ..St'iond Xatioual Bank \Vm E Arneit SO.O'.'O 

Mouudsviilo . .Fun :<.rs «\: .AU'cnanics Bank. ..... B .M Hiarr 30.000 

.Mouudsville . .Fir-.-L X:Uiona! Bank... K K Bjr-foa o'.kO'tO 

.viouudsviiie . .:Mar>.!iail Counry Bank H W Hunter 50.00t> 

Moundsviiie ..Mercantile Ba.ilvin^ cv: Trust Co....C A Showacre. sec 100.000 

Ml Hope lUmk oi Mt. Hero.. F H Dcnnina: 25.0im> 

.N.Cumberland. First Xationai F^ank Jas E Brar^lcn 50.000 

X-Ciimberland-X. Cumiu-^iland ;<lu-. ,v Trust Co...E P Morphy. sec. 

X.Marrinsvilie f-'ii-' Xationa: flank I Lf>. [Firne oO.O'^i"' 

X.Martiiisviilo.X--'V Ainrtinsville Bank.. J A Bandi 60,000 

X.Martmsviile.^r^-pii^-ns & Stephens 

X.MartJusvilie.V.'-rz-i County L'ank J E Barrlett 35.000 

Oceana Bank or Wytrmins: J H Georu^e 25.000 

Parkersbuig ..Central Banking & Security Co...\V H 0^'den 150.000 

Parkersburg ..Cici^i./us Xationai Bank \v P Flaherty 100.000 

Parkersburg ..'^itszens Trust <?c (r:aranty Co J B Finlev. ^ee... 250.000 

i*arkersburg ..Co-r.ni'^rciat B.inkins: c<- Trust Co-E'i^-ard MrCrrafiy luS.noo 

Parkersburg ..Fiirn>v;rs ^r Ab 'hnr-i.s Xat. Bank...Juhn K Wallace... l'»0. <""'"'> 

Parkersburg ..Fi:>[ Xat. Bajii: oi Parkersuurg. . .H H Moss 250. 0«^) 

Parkersburg ..Park^rsbura Xationai Bank J w Leese 150.000 

Parkersburg ..^^ cord Xationai Bank E M Gilkeson 156,000 

Parkersburg . .l'n:<.n Trust .^: Deposit Co .... 

Parkersburg ..^Vo.'.i County Bank Edward Xeillv.... 80.000 

Parsons T v k.er County Bank AD W Strickler. . 25.ono 

Pennsboro . . .Citizens Bank of Pennsboro A J Wilson 25.000 

Pennsboro . . .Farmers & Merchants Rank. . . . . ..H .T Scotr 25.000 

Petersburg . . .Grant County Bank B .T Baker 25,000 

Phiiippi Citii'ens Xariruiai Bank R E Talbofr 40.000 

I'hiiippi First Xationai Rank.. J F Manown 50.000 

Piedmont Davis Xationai Bank \V B >rcCandlish. . 50.000 

Piedmont ....First Xationai Bank M A PatricK' 50.000 

Piedmont Hoicie Loan & Trust Co. . T F Rpunv. treas. 200.000 

F>ine Grove B;ink of Pin*» Grove E M Mayfield 25.000 

Pt. Pleasant.. .^^e'-''oants Xat. Bank of West Va..C C P>o\vyer 100.000 

Pt. Pleasant.. .f'«->int Pleasant Xat. Bank .1 w ^Vindon 30.000 

Princeton Princeton Bankfuir Cq E W Hale 27.000 

Pullman Xurrer. 0):ey E 

Pullman Pullman State Bank O .T Prunty 

Kavenswood ..Bank of Ravenssvood. .TV Arnisrrong. . . . 25,000 

Kavenswood .. Tackson County Bank G W Park 10,000 

Pavenswood . . M:'rc!iants <fe Farmers Bank E F ^t^Ki^]er 

Ueedy Bank of lloody E D Tumlin 12.270 

Kichwood Ri( hH'ood Banking & Trust Co....ir p Rri-htn-ell Ifi.OOO 

itil>K-y Bank of Ripley H F Pfost 25.000 

lUpley Valley Bank, The C C Staats 25,000 



56 WEST VIRGINIA GAZETTEER 

7_ BANKS A^D BANKERS Of WIST VIROIMA-Continucd. 

TOWN. NA:ME of bank. cashier. CAPITAL. 

Romney Bank of Romney Wm Russeif 30.000 i 

Konceverte . . . First National Bank Jolm B Harris .... 50,000 

• Rouceverte . . . Ronceverte National Bank .C H Thompson. . . 25,0u0 

I St. Albans Bank ot St. Albans, The C A Zerkle 25,000 

I St. Marys First National Bank L P Walker 50,000 

i St. Marys Pleasants County Bank ...I O Reynolds 25,000 

■ Salem Merchants & Producers Bank H B McKinley 300,000 

I Salem Salem Bank, The Oscar C Wilt 30,000 

! Shepherdst'iL. Jefferson Savings Bank,. B F Harrison 25,000 

Shinnston .... Farmers Bank." C W Furbee 25.000 

I Sistersville ...Farmers & Producers Nat. Bank.. J P Sweeney 100,000 

f Sistersville .. .First National Bank. A C Jackson 

^ Sistersville . . .Peoples National Bank T C Ncal 75,000 

Sistersville ...Tyler County Bank \VJ Neunsch wander 50.000 

Smithfield . ...Bank of Smithtieid. W A Lewis 25,000 

Spencer Bank of Spencer D B Werzel 25,000 

Spencer Roane County Bank S B Thompson. . . . 36.000 

Spencer Traders Trust & Banking Co.. Ira S fUrtlett 40,000 

•Summersville.. Nicholas County Bank H H Howard 25,000 

Sutton Citizens National Bank O O Surton 

Sutton First National Bank. Hugh Swisher. . . . 35.000 

Sutton Sutton Bank. The W F Morrison 25,300 

Terra Alta Terra Alta Bank O C Crane 12,120 

Thomas Miners & Merchants Bank O A Riley 25,000 

Union Bank of Union ...JWMcNeer .. 42,500 

Wallace Wallace Bank 

Wayne Wayne County Bank . . .E F Prichard 25,000 

Webster Spgs. First National Bank.... E F Hill 25,000 

Webster Spgs. Webster County Bank, The. D A P'awcett 25,000 

Welch Citizens Bank Thos Woodward . . 50.000 

Welch McDowell County Bank I J Rhodes 100,000 

We.lsburg . . .Commercial Bank J S Bell 

Weilsburg .. .Wellsburg Banking & Trust Co 100.000 

Wellsburg . . .Wellsburg National Bank. Z .Jacob 100.000 

I Weston Citizens Bank D M Bailey 50,000 

! Weston Lewis County Bank., ) S Vandervoort. . 60,000 

Weston National Exchange Bank W A Edwards 60,000 

West Union. . .Doddridge County Bank, The L R Charter Jr.. . . 50.000 

West Union. . .First National Bank L R Warren 50,000 

West Union. . .West Union Bank S W Langfitt 50,000 

Wheeling Bank of the Ohio Valley J A Miller 175,000 

Wheeling Bank of Wheeling W B Irvine 200,000 

Wheeling ....Center Wheeling Savings Bank H J Scheufler 25,000 | 

Wheeling City Bank of Wheeling .R C Dalzell 150,000 | 

Wheeling Commercial Bank M Jeffers 100.000 | 

Wheeling .... Dollar Savings & Trust Co L F Stifel. Sec. . 431.900 | 

Wheeling German Bank of Wheeling. ... L J Bayha 80.000 1 

Wheeling Germania Half Dollar Sav. Bank.. .J F Cox 50,000 * 

Wheeling Mutual Saving Bank Alex Mitchell. treas 640,000 J 

Wheeling National Bank of West Virginia John Wagner 200.000 I 

Wheeling National Exchange Bank . , L E Sands 300.000 | 

Wheeling Peoples Bank G W Eokhart 100,000 | 

Wheeling Security Trust Co B^red J Fox ...... 300,000 I 

Wheeling ....Quarter Saving.s Bank I 

Wheeling South Side Bank Chas A Bowers. . . 25.000 

Wheeling Wheeling Title & Trust Co L P Stifel, sec 100,000 

Whitmer Farmers & Merchants Bank. . . . . ...I A Canfield 25,000 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 57 

TOWN. NAME OF BANK. CASHIER. CAPITAL. 

\V-; KU'.r^ou .. . }iank of Williamson Wm. O'Brien 23,000 

\V::'i:-,m.-(-ii .. . First National Bank. Alex Bishop 50.000 

Uilihiinstuwn. WilHani^^town National Bank G W Hunter .30,000 

Wintiolil Bank of Winfieid . F L Middleton 30,000 

RAILROADS IN WEST VIRGINIA, 

And Express Companies ()|)oratin<2: Over Them. 

U \ B C R R—Belinsrton & Beaver j O C L — Ohio Central Lines. (K & M 

rr.-. k Railroad. i R5^) 

li <»: O K K-Baltiraore & Ohio Rail- P C C & St L Ry— Pittsburg, Cincin- 

roi.i United States. nati. Chicago & St Louis Railway. 

n \: () S W R R — P,aUimore & Ohio; Adams. 

- .•itlu'wosrer Railroad. United; P & H R R — Pennsboro & Harrisville 

S'at^^s. Railroad. United States. 

€ r .^ s R R— Charleston, Ciendenin P & P Ry— Powelton & Pocahontas 

A- Siitton Railroad. Railway. Adams. 

C A: K V R R~Cairo & Kanawha Val- P C & G R Ry— Porter Creek & Gau- 

:.'V liailroad. ley River Railway. 

(' .'. <; i:> —Ch^'^apeake & Ohio Rail- R C & B R R— Roaring Creek & 

•Aviy. Adams. Belington Pi.ailroad. 

',* A I' R R--Cnm!)erland & Pennsyl- R C & C R R— Roaring Creek & 

varua Hailroad. United States. Charleston Railroad. 

C & S R R— Ciendenin & Spencer R & M CY R R— Ripley St Mill Creek 

Kitilroad. Valley Railroad. Adams. 

,, ,. ,, ./ /^ «,i ^,.io,.^ T-oH^T- -Doii W R P. — Winifrede Railroad. Adams. 

( \ II R- (^ um!)erland Valley Rail- „^ „ „ ^ „ .„,, ,, x> -j d m 

,,..,,{ Xiiams W B & T Ry — Wheeling Bridge & Ter- 
minal Railwav. Pacific. 

!» I H H !>•-> Fork Railroad. Acams. ,y ^<^, ^ <. j^ R— Wheeling & Elm Grove 

n U ^-. A Ry— Hnlly River & Addison Railroad. 

l^Miy>^ny. W & L E R.v— Wheeling & Lake Erie 

K * C R Ry—Kanawha & Coal River Railwav. Pacific. 

>J «;Sw:iv. AtUuns. W M R R — Western Maryland Rail- 

K r n R -K»>ll.v's Creek Railroad. „/''.'5^^^, ^'^^.^^rf ^^ . t- • • ^ 

, , ,, V. r> •, , . , W Ya <S: P Ry— West \ irginia, Cen- 

ij^Mo Kanawha Iteiiroad. Adams. ^^.,| ^^^ Pittsburgh Railway. Adams. 

S 1 W Ry--Nr)rf.jik & Western Rail- w Va N R R— West Virginia Northern 

^ ly. South'^rn. Railroad. United States. 

M <«2r K U R— Morgantown & Kingwood W Va & S R R— West Virginia & 

U.ulroad. United States. ' Southern Railroad. 



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WEST VIRGINIA GAZETTEER 



DOLLAR SAVINGS S TRUST CO. 

1220-1222 Market St., WriEELING, VV. VA. 

Consolidation of 

Wheeling Title & Trust Co. and Doilar Savings Bank. 

L. F.STIFEL. Secretary. 



B.W.PETERSON. Presdt. 



DR.G. ACKERMAN. 

President Behrens Grocery Co 

C. F. BRANDFASS. 

President Brandfass Tobacco Co. 

P. CASSELL 

Reti'-efi Capitalist. 

W. J. W.cdvVDEN, 

Attorney at Law. 

W GOERING. 

Actuary German Fire Insurance Co. 

A. 'S. HARE. 

Secy. Nat. Gas Co. of West Va. 

J. A. HESS, 

C. Hess & Sons. 



HONL. N. B. scon. - vice Presidents 
HENRY M RUSSELL. , ^"^*^ Hresidenls 

DIRECTORS: 

B. KLIEVEL. 

President Kieives. Kraft Co. 

J. B. McKEE. 

Jobber of C'gars. 

CHAS. MENKEMELLER, 

Driiagist. 

J. S. NAYLOR. 

of J. S. Naylor & Co.. Dry Goods. 

8, W. PETERSON. 

President. 

C.F. PAXTON, 

Secy. W. Va. Bridge & Construct. Co. 

C.J. BAWLING. 

Retired. 



H. M. RUSSELL. 

Attorney at Law. 

F. RIESTER. 

Secy. German Fire Ins. Co. 

HON. N. B.SCOTT. 

President Central Glass Co. 

JOS SPEIOEL. 

Pres, Jos. Speidel Grocery Co. 

L. F. STIFEL. 

secoetary. 

J. S. WELTY. 

of J. S. Welty ASons. 



CONDENSED STATEMEMT.— Novr. 16th, '03. 



Loans and Discounts, 

Bonds, . . . . 

Premiums, 

Real Estate, • 

Cash and Due from Banks, 



GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. 



1,755,960.74 

514,6^7.50 

9.881.67 

162,000.00 

305,160 17 

$2,747,640.08 



Capital Stock, 

Surplus, 

Unpaid Dividends, 

Deposits, 



$431,900.00 

261,563.00 

481.50 

2,053,695.58 



$2,747,640.08 

SPECIAL ATTENTION TO COLLECTIONS. 



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R. L. POLK & CO.'S 

\ West Virgi^m State Guzetteer 

AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

1904-5. 



li; '.he following- section of the Gazetteer the cities, viiiajj-es arni fvostoffices of West Virg-inia are 
i fiwz'-ii and described in alphabetical order, with an alpha'ottical list of all persons doing- business 
-' If :..vi-ivinK- mail at each place. Great care has b^-en taken to insure accuracy and completeness. 



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AARONS. 

-v farmers' postoffice in Kanawha 
ftunty, 15 miles north of Charleston. 

'-if ("ounty seat and banking point. 

-tnv! u from Jarrett, the shipping 

>.-*»ir.t. Mail, semi-weekly. John J. 

'=*Mnr postmaster. 

: Ktna L D, general store. 

'^-'.n:mack A J, saw and grist mills. 

HtHrtian Mrs M A, general store. 

K:'!d Mrs O. general store. 

>j"TH-(.T A F, general store. 

Ht^^d lienjamin, general store. 

Tayfor John J, Farmer and Postmas- 
ter. 

U'ailH .\ E, general store. 



MrsiC BOX'KS, 

PHO\<KiK\PHS, 

:>H SIC AL lAs^TKIMEXTS, 

prwos. 

PIAXO-PliATERS, Etc. 



3iS 5av. 

PITTSBUkG, PA. 



miles southwest of Buckhannon, the 
county seat and banking point, and 
10 from Seymour, the shipping point. 
Mail tri-weekly. " 



ABBOTT. 

V postoffice in Upshur county, 11 



WOODEN TANKS 

of every 

.^^z::^ description 

FLEMING EROS. 

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ABERDEEN. 
Population, 75. A village in Lewis 
county, 11 miles east of Weston, the 
county seat and banking point, and 
8 from .Janelew, the shipping point. 
Mail daily. Aimedie Wolverton, post- 
master. 



ABMEY. 
A recently established postoffice in 
Raleigh county. 



bALEM. 



VA. 



ACADEMY. 

Population, 200, Also known as 



Coal anci TimiiGr Lends. 

STEELE A. HAWKINS & SON, CHARLESTON, W. Va. 



HAWKER & FSAIE.I coal lapjds 

FAIRMONT, W. VA. ( AND DEVELCPEO PROPERTIES. 



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DEfiiOON BROS. 

PAINT &JUSS CO. 

BRUSHES, PAINTS & VARNISHES. 



AND BUSINESS DIRL:CTOK5f. ADD 

Ex-p., Southern, Tel., W U. J P Phil- 



poets, postmaster. 

B^own Bros & Co. lumber. 
Gilliiim Bros. luml)er. 
Metcalf .1 E. exp. r r and tel agent. 
Philpotts J P, General Store. 



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PITTSBURG, PA. 



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ADALINE. 

Marshall county, 1.5 miles sQuth- 
e-ist oi Moundsviile, the county seat, 
and 7 miles southAvest of Cameron, 
' the banking and shipping point. Tel- 

ncorporated village on ; ephone connection. Mail daily. Wm 
Chambers, Jr, postmaster. 



Hiilsboro, ai 

the Greenbriar div of the C & O Ry, 
in Pocahontas county, 11 miles south- 
west of :Marlinton. the county seat, 



Bowers George W, justice. 



and nearest bank location, and 3 from ; Chambers Wm. blacksmith and grist 



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Seebert on the C & O Ry. the ship- 
ping poinL Stage twice daily to See- 
bert; fare 25c. Telephone connection. 
Wm M Burns, postmaster. 

Burns Wm M, Blacksmith. 

Church Visitor, Rev Charles Lynch, 

proprietor. 
Curry George R. justice. 
Eskridge C W, dentist. 
Holi: E J &. Co. general store. 
Lynch Rev Charles CM E South). 
McClintock F T, physician. 
McClung & Co, general store. 
]\IcCoy Howard, blacksmith. 
McNeil H W, physician. 
>\IoGre E H, hotel. 
Overboil H A, carpenter. 
Patrick G E. railroad and tel agent. 
Payne S J & Bro'^. general store. 
Peyatt M, physician. 
Smith A R, carpenter. 
Sydensticker Rev D S (Presbyterian). 
Walton .Iamt"s. blacksmith. 
Wiley J F, shoemaker. 



Chambers, Wm Jr, General Store. 

Fiichnitjinl J il. viridertak'n-. 
South Penn Oil Works. 
Yeater C E, general store. 



ADAM. 
A postcffice in Calhoun county, 1^ 
miles from Spencer, the county seat 
and shipping point, and 14 from 
Grantsviile. the nearest bank location. 
Mctil, ^erLii-woekiy. Adam Starcher, 
postmaster. 



Adams Grant, general store. 
Anderson G, carpenter and 

smith. 
Craddock Andrew, timberman. 
Starchor Wm, general store. 



black- 



ACME. 
On the C & O Ry, in Kanawha 
county, 30 miles southeast of Charles- 
ton, the county seat and banking point. 

Red Warrior Coal Co, general store 
and coal operators. 



I ADAMSTON. 

I Population, SCO. A town on the B 
& O R R. in Harison county, 2 miles 
': west of Clarksljurg, the county seat 
I and banking point. Telephone con- 
i nection. J. W. Collins, postmaster. 

I Burke R, general store. 

' Fairmont & Baltimore Coal & Coke 

Co. 
; Martin L M. general store. 
■ Phipps Charles, grocer. 
Prim W J. general store. 



Stevens Coal Co, general store and \ Schutte H M, general store. 



coal operators 



ADA. 

Population. 75. On the N & W R 



Shanaberger Rev S A (U B). 

ADDISON. 

Southern terminal of Holly River 



R. in Mercer county, S miles south of and Addison Ry. and county seat ot 



Princeton, the county seat, and 4 
east of Bluefield, the banking point. 



Webster county. 
Webstt'r Springs. 



Postoffice name is 




[NOR WERS, STATIOiNERS 

Cor. Quarrier and Hale. CH \RLESTO\. W. VA. 



R™i*^**v 



r'lnJfnl fitV ^SinniV To Dealers and Jobbers in Mill, Mine 
Idpildl tfiy^MPiy bU- ^3^^^^y ^j, ^^„^ Gas, Water Works, 

Sleam BoaU tngineers' and Machinists' Supplies. CHARLESTON, W. VA. 



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ADKIN, I 

A < f.t'.utry i)ostoffice in Wyoming i 
.niiuty, :. niJlr-s northeast of Oceana, 
!??.' c.iuury scat and banking point, 30 ' 
fr-'in M.udosiald. the shipping point. : 
M:ii!. ualiy. Perry Bailey, postmastei*. ' 

B^Hey Perry, General Store. j 
}:,in«: K'iward. carpenter. 

c\itjt,f:t)hry G S, blaclvsmith. [ 

tvwtk li, teacher. | 

rsK.K J H, teacher. i 

t''H»U L I*, teacher. | 



PHONES, BF:i.1. 810 COURT. 
P. &. A. 701 M. 



WM.J.WEIXEL, 

Broker in Oil, Gas, Coal and Timber 

Lands. Real Estate and Mortgages. 

314 FERGUSON BUILDING, 

PITTSBURG, RA.. 



ADLAI. 

Popiiiafiun, 100. Pleasants county, 
It nuies east of St Marys, the county 
''«at and banking point, and 7 north 
.if KHenboro, the nearest shipping 
j[K>liiL Tt Icphone connection. JVIail 
■!.i;!>. W K Ciovis. postmaster. 

Ciovis Bros, General Store. 
My:in U W, gt.'iicral store. 
U h:il» y J M. g.-neral srore. 
Wijjamson & Lamp, general store. 



the nearest banking and shipping 
point, and 53 southwest of Wheeling. 
Mail, daily. 

Bailey W K, grocer. 
Lewis J L, General Store. 



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ADMIRAL. 
\ i*,.st<.tnfo on the B & O R R. | 

Ui?t -.iv ('Minus, s railfs north of' 

»rti-*v !!!••. th«> county seat, and 3\ 

tn I'.imshoro, the banking point. ; 



ADOLPH. 

Pu})ula?Win, 2*K'). Also known as i 
\V.>f?t Hultonsville. in Randolph coun- ; 
^v/ ;::? mil«.\s .'^outhwesr. of EJlkins, the ; 
r*mnfy f;<-at. It; miles from Beverly, ! 
JiM* tii'an'.Ht bank location, and 7 north- \ 
-mi'^i of Huttonsville, the nearest ; 
'^h!p!>lng point. Has Methodist and ; 
Pr»->byrori:in churches. Mail, daily. : 
KUa-t Zif'kefoose, postmaster. ; 

Pfi-t'^r Adolph, blacksmith. i 

Pf.'tf^^^T Bros, corn mill. i 

Ho'honhuhler Jacob, gunsmith. \ 

U'i-^h John, roofer. I 

>h^nnon Michael, justice. j 
/' ••; . f(x>se Elias & Son, general store. 
/. - ;.'-f(x>se K E, carpenter. 



ADONIS. 

A tountry postofhce in Tyler county. 
"* iiii'es west of Middlebourne. the 
<^>".niy seat. 5 south of Sistersville, 



ADVENT. 

Population, 200. A postoffice in 
Jackson county, 21 miles southeast 
of Ripley, the county seat, banking 
and shipping point. Mail, tri-weekly. 
J P Plomon, postmaster. 

Bauldea Joh.n, physician. 

Duff Mrs Cora, music teacher. 

Du!\ J W, 'eaclier. 

Durf James, mason. 

Gorette G W, constable. 

Homon A E^ barber. 

Homon G H, lawyer. 

Homon J P, Justice of the Peace. 

Homan M, barber. 

Homon M E, physician. 

Jack Thomas A, carpenter. 

Jones George M, physician. 

Jones W H & Co, general store. 

Jordan A. horse dealer. 

Jordan S E, general store. 

Jordan &. Good, grist mill. 

Kiser Meredith, cooper. 

Lonham C N, barber. 

Mongus C B, wagonmaker. 

Mongus Wm, lawTer. 

Morgan Rev B P. 

Mundy Rev James L, 

Mundy JMary, music teacher. 

]Mundy, S E, physician. 

Parson R M, blacksmith. 

Presley J A, general store. 

Siders D L, blacksmith. 

Siders G H, general store. 

Siders L A, physician. 



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0E\ER4l 
COMRAtTORS. 

Clarksburg, W.Va. 




Dealers in Timber, Coal, 
Oil Lands and farms. 

See advertisement pag-e 26. 



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rvianufacturers of 

^ Wooden Tanksjowers and Vats, 



Dnwden J H. general store. 
Gehauf Lewis, general store. 
Haines Benjamin, general store. 
Johnson John, justice. 
Long P B. flour mill. 



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3II5-3II9 LIBERTY AVENUE, 

PITTSBURG, PA. 

Long Distance Phone 373 FIsk 

Smith B E, physician. 
Thomas \V A, lawyer. 



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ALBATROSS. 

A postoffice in Putnam county, 12 
miles northwest of AVinfield, the coun- 
ty seat and nearest banking point, 
and 4 from Frazier's Bottom, on the 
K <fe M Ry (Ohio Central Lines), the 
shipping point. Mail, tri-weekly. M 
L Hern, postmaster and general store. 



AFTON. i 

A postofficx) in Preston county, 12 j 
miles northeast ot Kingwcod, the coun- , 
ty seat, and S from Terra Alta, its [ 
banking and shipping point. Te.e- 
phone connection. Mail, daily. James '■ 
H Mattingley, postm-aster and grorer. i 



AGO. 

A village in Webster county, 12 j 
miles north of Webster Springs, the j 
county seat aud banking point, and ; 
6 from Diana, ilie shipping pt)int. Mai!, j 
daily. W W Robison, postmaster. i 

Bennett O O, physician. 
Conrad Maud, music teacher. 
Robison V/ W, Notary Public. 



ALBERT. 

Population, 1.200. Also known as 
Douglas, Tucker county, on the W 
Va C & P R R, 12 miles from Par- 
sons, the county seat, and 2 from 
Thomas, the banking point. Tele- 
phone connection. E.x.p, Adams. 
George Jenkins, postmaster. 

. .:_..?^ 

Burke T G. constable. 

Butt A P, physician. 

Cumberland Coal Co, J B Jenkins 

superintendent. 
Doug'.as Co The, general store. W M 

Faw, manager. 
Faw W M, express agent. 
Pugh J C, contractor and justice. 
Thompson J F. general store. 



AKRON. i 

A country pustothce in Tyler coun- i 
ty, 10 miles southeast of Middle- , 
bourne, the county seat and banking \ 
point, and 12 from West Union, its | 
shipping point. Telephone connec- ! 
tion. Mail, daily. W F Seckman, I 
postmaster. 

Seckman James, general store. 



ALASKA. 

Formerly nown as Frankfort, in 
Mineral county, 17 miles northeast of 
Keyser, the county seat. 15 south of 
Cumberland, Md.. the banking point, 
and 5 southwest of Patterson's Creek, 
on the B & O R R. the nearest ship- 
ping point. Mail, daily. Benjamiu 
Haines, postmaster. 



ALBION. 

A country postoffice in Nicholas 
county, 16 miles southwest of Sum- 
mersville, the county seat and near- 
est banking point, 55 southeast of 
Charleston, and 10 from Belva, its 
shipping point. Mail, tri-weekly. An- 
drew J Legg, postmaster. 

Legg Andrew J, Live Stock and Jus- 
tice. 
Wood J J, miller. 



ALBRIGHT. 
Population. 150. Is a settlement on 
the Choat river, in Preston county, 3 
miles northeast of Kingwood. the 
county seat, nearest banking location 
and shipping point, and 1-17 southeast 
of Wheeling. Stage daily to King- 



S. D. Brady & Bro. I^sc. src 

FAIRMONT, VV. VA. 2^ 



ENGIINEERS, 

CIVIL, MIINirSG AND COINSULTIING. 



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f CHRISTIAN. CO-EDUCATIONAL. CULTURED. ^^- 

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^ Faculty composed of College and University Graduates. '^ 

J Prepares students for entrance into best colleges and j; 

J universities. Full Primary, Intermediate, Academic and * 

J Collegiate courses. Special attention given to Music. J 

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F/rm Discipline. % 

I Thorough Instruction, % 

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I Elevating Home Life. | 

I In the heart of the beautiful and heahhful | 
I Alleghanies. I 

I Pupils board in home of Principal and | 
I every safeguard is thrown around them. | 
S Our terms are most reasonable. S 

I For catalogue and full information write to S 

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I E. A. RIPPEY, M. A., Principal, f 

I ALDERSON, W. VA. | 



star Rig Reel & Supply Co. i 

Clarksburg, W. Va 



Manufacturers of OAK. MAPLE AND 

OPLAR FLOORING. SIDING. MOULD- 

GS. DOOR ANO WINDOW FRAMES, 

USTOM TURNING. RE-SAWiNG AND 

HOME AND BELL PLANING MILL WORK OF EVERY 

PHONES. DESCRIPTION. 



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CITY RESTAURAINT, 

DUDLEY Y. MAYNES, PROPRIETOR. 

The Best ^r^f^ 
Meals anci ^ 
Lunches. 



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The most complete 
Canned Goods, ttc. 



line of Confectionery, Cigars, Tobaccos, fruits, 
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J H Welch, postmaster. 



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Connor Wm H. coal miner. 

Crane & Welch, live stock. 

Elliott T W^ flour mill. 

Faulkner Rev T. 

Feather Abraham, banker. 

Marisdean Florence, music teacher. 

Martin Dean, carpenter. 

Martin E E, mill. 

Martin Rev Edsrar C. 

Metzler Noah, blacksmith. 

Rodeheaver John, shoemaker. 

Shearer Max. general store. 

Shultz Rev W^T. 

Snider A, hotel. 

Tichnell Peter, teacher. 



Wheeling. The Alleghany Collegiate o ^ jpj— 
Institute, a live weekiy newspaper, n = m 
The Aiderson Advertiser, and 2 banks ^ ^ 33 
are sustained. The shipments con- g W ^^ 
sist of produce, lumber and live stock, cw 3 
Telephone connection. Exp.. Adams 
Tel, W U. G E Bare, postmaster. 
Adams Express Co. A C Hill agent. 

Aiderson Advertiser, Taylor & Nelson o o. 

Proprietors. ^ © 

Aiderson Academy, Prof. Bernard C ^- a 

Aiderson principal. % nZcf) 

Aiderson Drug Co. J W Hutcheson c o _,vi 

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Aiderson George, justice. 
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ALDERSON. 

Population, 1.000. An incorporatf^d 
♦own on the C & O Ry. !)eauufully 
lr»rat(Kl amid attractive scenery, in 
tho northwestern corner of Monroe 
f^<>naTy, 2,000 feet above the level of 
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Aiderson John M, general store. to ' m 

■Mderson Joseph M. clothing. n> ^>r" 

Ahlerson Milling Co, J ;C Npwlan <D ^. ^ 



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\lfor(1 The Misses, dressmakers. 
Alleghany Collegiate Institute, Rev 

E A Rippey principal. 
Ballenger Charles, flour mill. 
Banks Walter, prin Colored School. 



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Bare W W, carpenter. 

Beard Walter C, physician. 

Bebout Edward, blacksmith. 

Beck Rev (A M E). 

Blaker Wm. cai)inet maker. 

Brinkley Lulu, dressmaker. 

Carupbell Eldridge H. physician. 

Chesapeake & Ohio Ry Co, A C Hill, 
agent. 

City Restaurant, Dudley Y Haynes 
Proprl€ttor. (See adv.). 

Correll Miss Anna, prin schools. 

Dean Rev D C (African Baplist). 

Davis Rev G E (Baptist). 

First National Bank of Alderson (cap- 
ital ?25.O0n:i, T H Jarrett pres, Ed- 
win F Hill, cashier. 

Gortner James A, woolen mill, 3 miles 
northeast. 

Graves George \V. seeds. 

Greenbriar Milang Co. A K Gwinn 
pres. xV W Johnson sec, flour mill. 

Greenbriar Valley Bank (capital $30.- 
000. surplus $22,000), L E Johnson 
pres, Isaac T Mann, v-pres, A W 
Johnson cashier. 

Haralett Walker C, tinsmith. 

Haralett Wm H, barber. 

Hancock W J, grocer. 

Hanger C D, justice. 

Haynes Dudley Y, Proprietor City 
Restaurant. (See adv.) 

Hedrick J W. agricultural implements. 

Hill A C, agent C & O Ry and Adams 
Express. 

Hill Edwin F. cashier First National 
Bank of Alderson. 

Hill Glenn R. teacher music Alle- 
ghany Ccdlegiate Institute. 

Hill Rose, music teacher Ahlerson 
Academy. 

Hogsett Humphrey C. general store. 



Holt Rev J W (Presbyterian). 

Hoover Fred, tinsmith. 

Ho-;ter & Son, watchmakers. 

Morel Alderson, J W Alderson propr. 

Hutcheson Mrs J W, milliner. 

Hutcheson J W, manager Alderson 

Drug Co. 
Jameson M C, justice. 
Jarrett T H. pres First National Bank 

of Alderson. 
Johnson A W, cashier Greenbrier Val- 
ley Bank. 
Johnson John W, lav/yer. 
Johnson L E pres Greenbrier Valley 

Bank. 
Johnson &. Gwinn (L Edgar .Johnson, 

George K Gwinn). hardware. 
Johnson & Miller (L A .Johnson, J H 

A Miller), general store. 
Jones Andrew J, fiour mill, 2 miles 

north. 
Keiffer Jacob E, blacksmith. 
Kershner Matthew L, carpenter. 
Kessler, iviartm C, physician. 
Knopp W L. tailor and telegraph opr. 
Levy Meyer, general store. 
Lewi.s Samuel, boarding. 
I^iversay Robert F, blacksmith. 
Lobban Bros (Floyd G and John N), 

furniture. 
Lobban Floyd G, livery. 
Lowry Robert A, shoemaker. 
Lynn Dallas, plasterer. 
McCartney H W. general store. 
McClung .lames W, photographer. 
?^ialcolra C A. lumber. 
^L1nn Frank N. planing mill. 
Mann Taylor, plasterer. 
Mays Ida, dressmaker. 
Melton Grace, tchr Alderson Academy. 
Merchants Grovery Co. M F Mohler 

(Charleston W Va) pres, W R 

Bowers (Ronceverte) sec and treas, 

E Chase Bare. mngr. whol grocers. 
?tliiler Charles W, physician. 
Miller Everett, county assessor. 
Miller J Gilbert, carpenter. 
Miller J H A, dentist. 
Miller J O. bookseller. 
Nash C P, physician. 
Nickeil J Orr, drug store. Wm R 

Bowers mngr. 
Nowlan J C, rangr Alderson Milling 

Co. 
Payne Wm H, harness maker. 
Pence Bros (W B and G L), genorai 

store. 



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(lopt Alle2:hariy Collesriate Institiue. 

Pieai^ants Gcori^r- \y moats. 

Powell W P, tchr Alderson Aeademy. 

Reynolds Thomas M, general store. 

Rippey Mrs E A. asst prin primarv 
dept Alleghany Collegiare Institute. 

Rippey Rev E A. Principal Alleghany 
Collegiate Institute. 

Roberts Lelia, dressmaker. 

Sammons George, meats and town ser- 
geant. 

Shires Rev L S. teaclier Allegheny 
Collegiate Institute. 

Slaughter A T. general store. 

Sloan Rev J :\[ (Presbyterian). 

Smith Sidney S, marble works. 

Southern BeU and Greenbrier and Or- 
gan Cave T^'dephone Co, Ella Fausr 
operator. 

Spiece Lumber Co, Ralph H Ebly man- 
ager. 

Stulting C S, Mayer. 

Taylor & Nelson (J Alfred Taylor, 
Alonzo C Nelson), proprietors AI- 
dersou Adveraser. 

Thompson Groeery Co, C K Thompson 
pres, George .1 Thompson sec. 

Thom-pson George J, lawyer. 

Thompson & Connor (C K Thompson, 
P E Cornior), general store. 

Tincher Charles T, painter. 

Trice James M, barber. 

Waldrcn INFaria. restaurant. 

Vv'oodson & Skaggs (M C Woodson, 
L K Skascgs), milliners. 

York Rev J ^I (^T E S(juth). 



ALDRIDGE. 

A station on the B & O R R in Jef- 
ferson county, 3^2 miles west of 
Charles Town. 



ALEXANDER. 

Population, 100. A village on the 
B & O R R and on the Buckhannon 
river, in Upshur county, 21 miles south 
ot Buckhannon. the county seat and 
banking point. Exp U S. Tel W U. 
Josiah L West postmaster. 
Alexander & Rich INiountain R R Co. 
I'.eahler G W & Co. teed. 
Cayton J J, printer. 
irartraan K C. hotel. 
Kreemer A C, carpenter. 
Mou.scr C C, r r agent. 
Oliver Rev (Baptist). 



ALGERIA, 

A farrahoube postofhce in Pleasants 
count>. 13 miles northeast of St 
Marys, the county seat and banking 
poinr. and 5 r'rom Ben's Run, the ship- 
piag point. Telephone connection. 
Mail, daily. Oliver Gorrell postmaster. 



ALGOMA. 

Population. 1.500. On the N & W 
Ry, in McDowell county. 1.5 miles east 
of Welch, the county seat, and 12 
northwest of Bramwell, the nearest 
bank location. Kxp, Southern. 

Algoma Coal & Coke Co. general store. 



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ALICE. 

Po}rulatinn, 125. In Gilmer county, 
ij rtiiles nr.'rrh of Glenville. the county 
seat and nearest banking point, and 
25 west of Weston, the shipping point. 
Telephone connection. Mail, tri- 
weekly. 
Alice Mill Co (A G, W A and I D 

Sieeth/. 
Brat ton L S, justice. 
Bush Georgo L. nndr-rtaker. 
Bush :\[ S & Sons, carpenters. 
Bush Thomas P, blacksmith. 
Connolly W T, blacksmith. 
Gregory J M, shoemaker. 
Queen B S. srone cutter. 
Sieeth A G, General Store. 
Southall Lutiier T, justice. 



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AL.KIRES MILLS. 

Population, 40. A village in Lewis 
county,. 6 miles south of Weston, the 
county seat and bunking and shipping 
point. Telephone connectiou. Mail, 
daily. C B Morrison postmaster. 

Morrison C B, General Store. 
Alorrison C B & Sons, flour mill. 
Vv'hitsel Albert, blacksmith. 



ALLENSViLLE. 

A discontinued postoffice in Berke- 
ley count, 9 miles north of Martins- 
burg, the county seat, banking and 
shipping point. Mail to Hedgesville. 

Whitmore E J. general store. 



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A country jiostoffice in HarrisoQ 
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burg, the county seat, and 4 north 
of Wallace, its banking and shipping 
point. Mail, tri-weekly. Liilie B Kim- 
berly. postmistress. 
Bennett W E. general store. 
Copenhaver J E. carpenter. 
Hall W E. saw mill. 
Ice W T. blacksmith. 
Webb George, blacksmith. 



ALLINGTON. 
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ALMA. 
Population. 230. Also known as 
Ceutervilie. in Tyler county. 9 miles 
soiitheast of Middlebourne. the county 
seat and banking point. Ship to Sis- 
ters ville on the Ohio River div of the 
B & O R R. Stage daily to Middle- 
bourne. Sistersvilie and Pennsboro. 
Telephone connection. Mail, daily. 
A H Underwood postmaster. 

Coe Wm. carpenter. 

Conway E B. physician. 

Haught J B. justice. 

Haughi Mrs J B, milliner. 

r^Iurdock \Ym. barber. 

Pierpoint M, blacksmith. 

Riggs L A «fe E E. cattle dealers. 

Riggs & Underwood, General Store. 

Smith J M, justice. 

Underwood Sc Bro, livery. 



ALNWICK. 

Population, ^50. Located on the Tug 
river and on the N <& W Ry. in Mingo 
county, 31 miles southeast of William- 
son, the county seat and banking 
point. Exp, Southern. Tel, \V U. L 
Collins postmaster. 

Blankenship M E, general store. 



Rich Mountain Lumber Co, general 

store. 
West Josiah L, General Store. 
Wolfe Anda, carpenter. 



ALFRED. 

A country postoffice in Gilmer coun- 
ty, 13 miles northwest of Glenville, 
the county seat and banking point, and 
25 from Ellenboro, its shipping point. 
Mail, daily. E H Burt postmaster. 

Fling Mrs H H. grist mill. 
Goff B B, general store. 
Si Ira an W E, blacksmith. 
Snider Miles, stone mason. 
Snider W S, carpenter. 



Coleman E B. saloon, 
Farley A A, physician. 
Morrison H G, General Store. 
Morrison S E, general store. 
Sneenburger W E, r r and exp agent. 
Summers F, physician. 



ALPENA. 

Population, 100. Randolph county, 
14 miles east of El kins, the county 
seat and banking point, and 4 from 
Bowden, the nearest shipping point. 
Mail, daily. Emil Knutti postmaster. 

Knutti Emil, General Store. 
Raine W W, grocer. 



ALPHA. 

Population. ISO. A postoffice in 
Doddridge county. G miles northeast 
of West Union, the county seat, bank- 
ing . and shipping point. Telephone 
connection. IMail, daily. T F Mc- 
Intire postmaster. 

Fox J A, lumber manufacturer. 

Gaskinson Joseph, justice. 

Helmick A. blacksmitb. 

Hoskinson R L, carpenter. 

Knight Zeb, constable. 

McGill Wm. stone mason. 

McMillan C L grocer. 

Mclntire George, general store and 

meat market. 
MfTntire Roy. drayman. 
Mclntire S E, surveyor. 
Mclntire T F, Notary Public. 
Morgan Elijah & G W, stone quarry. 
Moi'gan G W, miller. 
Williams .J T, music teacher. 
Williams Johnson, live stock. 



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ALTA. 

Population, 300. A postofRce in 
(irfonbriar county, 8 miles northwest 
at Lewisburg, the county seat and 
banking point, and 12 from Ronce- 
verte, its shipping point. Mail, tri- 
weekly. Lizzie Pearcy postmistress. 

F^agle A, blacksmith. 

Eagle B F, carpenter. 

Henson B F, blacksmith. 

Pearcy Mrs A J, Hotel. • 

Thomas J F, general store. 



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A postoffice In Calhoun county, 10 
miles southwest of Grantsville, the 
county seat and banking point, and 
15 from Spencer, the shipping point. 
Mail, tri-weekly. L C Fowler post- 
master. 

Fowler L C, grist mill. 

Fowler L C & Co. general store. 



ALTON. 

Population. 125. Located on the 
Buckhannon river and on the B & O 
R R. in Upsliur county, 18 miles south 
of Buckhannon. the county seat and 
banking point. Exp, U. S. and B & O. 
Tel, W U. Telephone connection with 
Buckhannon. J H Tenney postmaster. 

Bosley George E, justice. 
Bosley G W, grist mill. 
Bosley R H, lumber. 
Bright H K. jeweler. 
Cutright G W, feed store. 
Foster Rev T J (U B). 
Glad well A J, live stock. 
Gould Andrew, saw mill." 
Kettle C F, hotel. 
Land is .J H. shoemaker. 
Pringle A D T, asst postmaster. 
Simon .1 B, physician. 
Smith F A, general store. 
Stockert .1 F, lumber. 
Tnomas W L, express agent. 
Weekly E F, general store. 
Wilfong Daniel, carpenter. 
Wyatt A L & Co, General Store. 



Alman A M. blacksmith. 

Connolly T L, general store and hotel. 

Connolly <t Daugherty, flour mill. 

Crook G W, notary public. 

Gissy Bros, hay bailers. 

Jarvis J M, general store. 

Lattie George, coal miner. 

Lohan P, general store. 

Pringle J W, blacksmith. 

Rohr .1 B, wagonmaker. 

Wooiter Albert, justice and notary. 



ALUM LICK. 

A station on the CaLnn Creek branch 
of the C & O Ry, in Kanawha county, 
4 miles from Acme. 

ALVARO. 

A postoffice in Kanawha county, 18 
miles from Charleston, the county seat 
and banking point, and 12 from Mai- 
den, the shipping point. E R Els- 
wick postmaster. 

Blue Creek Land & Coal Co. 
Eilswick E R, postmaster and farmer. 
Elswick Emma, music teacher. 
Elswick J W, blacksmith. 
Hansel G E. cattle dealer. 
Quick Frank, general store. 
Rose Romeo, miner. 
Smith T E, music teacher. 



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Population, 77. In Lewis county, 13 
niiles we.=^t of Weston, the county seat, 
banking and shipping ^pomt. Stage 
daily to Weston and Glenville. Tele- 



ALVON. 

A postoffice in Greenbrier county, 
20 miles northeast of Lewisburg, the 
county seat. 19 northeast of Ronce- 
verte, the banking pijirit. and 11 north- 
east of White Sulphur Springs, the 
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Bo.^-^s Georife A. Hour and saw mills. 
Calwell Rev (Presbyterian). 
Hediick Rev J B C^Iethodist). 
Henciersoii & Co, lumber mnfrs. 
King A \V. blacksmith. 
Little Creek Lumber Co. luml)er man- 
ufacturers. 
Matthews & Hoylman, General Store. 
May Calvin, miller. 
Ramsey R W. justice. 
Robinson & Co. saw mill. 
Waid Lewis, mason. 
Whitman Robert, blacksmith. 
Young Alta. saw mill. 



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ALVY. 

Also known as Stringtown. Popu- 
lar^^ion. TOO. Tyler county, 16 miles 
east of Middlebourne, the county seat, 
and 15 north ot West Union, the near- 
est banking and shipping point. Maik 
daily. 

Bates R C, grist and saw mills. 
Elder Emanuel, general store. 
Elder George W. general store. 
Latham & Co, general store. 
Mclntyre P B, gr'H-er. 
^Mclntyre "W R, general store. 
IVlciphis Robert, blacksmith. 
Stackpole P G, general store. 
Talkington J A. jeweler. 



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AMALEK. 

A postolfice in Ni( holas county, 12 
miles soutlK^ast of Summers ville, the 
county sear and banking point, and 12 
from Lytton. the nearest shipping 
point. Mai!, cemi-weekly. Ilenson E 
Odell postmaster. 



-Alta. both of which places afford bank- 
ing facilities. Exp, U S. J M Nine 
)ostmaster. 

Xester George H, grist mill. 
Xester S P. jeweler. 
Nine J M, General Store, 
Taylor S N. flour mill. 



AMBOY. 

Population. .50. Formerly known as 

Painter's Mill, is. on Wolf creek, a 

water power stream, in Preston coun- 

:ty. 18 miles southeast of Kingwood, 

; the coimty seat, and 8 from Terra 

;Alta. the nearest banking and ship- 

iDing point. Stage daily to Terra Alta. 

fare 3.5 cents, and Aurora. 15 cents. 

Telephone connection. JMail, daily, H 

I W Mason postmaster. 

; Foreman Allen, saw mill. 
{Foreman Arlie, blacksmith. 
{Foreman Charles, sawyer, 
I Foreman .James, stone mason. 
Long R K, carpenter. 
JMcMackin Robert, carpenter. 
; iVIason H W, Grist Mil!. 
I Wilt D S, stone mason. 



I AMBROSIA. 

Population, 75. On the K & M Ry 
{(Ohio Central Lines), in Mason coun- 
■ty. 5 miles east of Point Pleasant, the 
I county seat and banking point, and 
'31/2 from Beech Hill, the nearest ex- 
I press office. C E Pullin postraastei". 

jDilland :Miss Kate, teacher. 

I Monhal &. McDerraitt, general store. 

j Parsons Rev G D L (L- B). 

jPuilin C E, General Store and Rail- 

i road Agent, 



I AM MA. 

A country postoffice in Roane coun- 
Ity. 21 miles southeast of Spencer, the 
; county seat and banking point, and 11 
I from Clendenin, its shipping point. 
■ Mail, daily. 



AMBLERSBURG. 

Population. 35. On the B «& O R R. 

in Preston county. 8 miles southeast i 

of Ki^g^^'ood, the county seat, and j 

about the same distance from Terra I 

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Cook B S, general store. 
Gwinn W L. general store. 
McGoskey, W C, justice. 
Pettet G R, general store. 



AMOS. 
Population, SCO. An incorporated 

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viilai.';*^ on Paw Paw creek, in Marion 
n.iinty. 11 miles northeast of Fair- 
numt. the county seat, and 8 from Bar- 
rac-kville, the shipping point. Has Ad- 
v^Mitist, Baptist and Methodist 
cnurches, a newspaper. The Inde- 
pondf^nt. a bank and flour and sav,^ 
mills. Telephone connection. Mail, 
daily. Z J Martin postmaster. 

Amos & Hamilton, general store. 

Blaker George W, drugs. 

Burns J H, hotel 

Collins A C, Proprietor The Indepen- 
dent. 

Dent S M, physician. 

Derring . carriage maker. 

Farmers and ^Merchants Bank, J R 
T'imms Jr. cashier. 

Haines & Co, planing mill. 

Hamilton .T Y. undertaker. 

Hickok A, teamster. 

Independent The, A C Collins Pro- 
prietor. 

Jarvis J W P, phj'siciaa. 

Martin T N. .saloon. 

Martin W T, restaurant. 

Martin Z J, Grv:)cer. 

Mercantile Co. general store. 

Miller George R, physician. 

Price Sisters, millinery. 

Shields W A, barber. 

Smith & Taylor, restaurant. 

Snodgrass John, barber. 

South Penn Oil Co, J B Gregory siipt. 

Stalter J S. mason. 

Timms J R Jr, cashier Farmers and 
Merchants Bank. 

.Yost H S. physician. 

Zimmer Amons, justice. 



^lills. A village in Wetzo! county. 8 
miles east of New Martinsville, the 
county seat and banking point, and 1 
south of Proctor, its shipping point. 
Telophone connection. Mail, daily. W 
W Yates postmaster, 

Clements A D. gardener. 

Cook D. blacksmith. 

Fair A T, general store and grist mill. 

Fair F, school teacher. 

Freeland P S. physician. 

Siburt Adam, cooper. 

Stansberry G E, mail carrier. 

Workman F, school teacher. 

Workman S O, school teacher. 

Yates J W, physician. 

Yates W W. Shoemaker. 



ANGEL. 

A postofRce in Kana\\ha county, 13 
miles southwest of Charleston, the 
county seat, banking and shipping 
point Mail, tri-weekly. 

Pauley Peter R. general store. 



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ANGERONA. 
Population, 150. On the R & M C 
V R R, in Jackson county, 6 miles 
from Ripley, the county seat and bank- 
ing point. Telephone connection. Ex- 
press, Adams. E F Ong postmaster. 

King Bros, general store. 

Ladies Acme Band. 

Ong Mrs E M, exp. tel and r r agt. 

Sayre B F. justice. 

Say re Blanch, music teacher. 

Sayre Marie, music teacher, 

Sayre & Son, flour mill. 



ANCHOR. 

A postoffice in Boone county. 9 miles 
southeast of Madison, the county seat, 
10 from TiOgan. the banking point, and 
32 from Marmet, the shipping point. 
Mail, daily. 



ANDERSON. 
A postoffice on the B & O R R. in 
Preston county, 10 miles south of 
Kingwood, the county seat and bank- 
ing point. 
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Coal Henry A, general store. 



ANITA. 

Population. 40. In Marion county, 
10 miles from Fairmont, the county 
seat and banking point, and 6 from 
Cataw];a. the nearest shipping point. 
Rural free delivery from Catawba. 



Bonner Colby, carpenter. 

Bonner Jefferson, carpenter. 

i^oolittle Rev E (Christian), dentist. ^ 

F-layhurst Kli. mill owner, 

Morris G S. mason. 

Travis J, Physician. 

Travis J M, general store. 



ANDY. 
Population, 200. Also known as Red 



ANNAMORIAH. 

Population, 100. On the Little Kana- 



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wha river, in Cailioun county. 13 miles 
west of Grantsville, the county seat 
and banlcing point, and 4 from C res- 
ton, the nearest shipping point. Mail, 
daily. Alexander Chancey postmaster. 

Basnett Taylor, wnson maker. 

Basnett V\' C. general store. 

Bell S A. carpenter. 

Brooks W C, constable. 

Chancey Alexander. General Store. 

Chevront C M, general store. 

Cooper Robert, live stock. 

Davis E. supt. of roads. 

Kellar A E. mason. 

:\IcDonald W H. blacksmith. 

Rogers S G, justice. 



T.ikens, With row & Co. general store. 

McGraw \V P. shoemaker. 

McNeils J, jeweler. 

Mahood D. general store. 

Marris A L, physician. 

Marris Rev A N (Baptist). 

Martindale F I, Drugs. 

Masters A C, flour mill. 

Odeli J N, blacksmith. 

Page W N, Mayor. 

Ritchie L F. r r and tel agent. 

Souclers John, meats. 

Tavlor A J, general store. 

Timberlake R W, physician. 

\\'hite G W, furniture. 

White P J. general store. 

Wilmer W T, barber. 



ANTHEM. 
A postoffice in Wetzel county, 16 
miles east of New Martinsville, tne 
county seat. Ship to Littleton on the 
B & O R R. Mail, daily. 

Anthem Mill Co. flour and feed mills. 
.Jackson C W, general store. 
Kigar J M. general store. 
Roberts E E & J, grocers. 
Stewart Z T & Son, general store and 
live stock. 



ANSTED. 

Population, 1,250. An incorporated 
town on the C & O Ry. in Fayette 
county, 10 miles north of Fayetteville, 
the county seat and banking point, and 
45 southeast of Charleston. Has Bap- 
tist. ]\rethodist and Episcopal churches. 
Stage four times daily to Hawksnest. 
fare 25 cents. Exp. Adams. Tel, W 
U. F I Martindale postmaster. 

Ansted House. Reed Blankenship pro- 
prietor. 
Backus W W, general store. 
Beris A E. hardware. 
Broyles G W, shoem.aker. 
Croft & Evans, coal mine. 
Deitz T A, general store. 
Dickinson H B, physician. 
Dickinson W F. carpenter. 
Dodge L H. band master. 
Ernest A D, milliner. 
Fry I H, exi)ross agent. 
Gauley Mountain Coal Co. 
Gill Bros, meats. 
Hamilton W T. justice. 
Kincaid & Johnson, meats. 



ANTHONY. 

Population, 100. On the Greenbrier 
division of the C & O Ry, in Green- 
brier county, 14 miles northeast of 
Lewisburg, the county seat and bank- 
ing point. Stage daily to Frankford. 
Telephone connection. Exp, Adams. 
Tel, W U. S I Fleshman postmaster. 

Fleshman S I, Express, Railroad and 

Telegraph Agent. 
Henderson Lumber Co. 
Johnson Bros, General Store. 
Kittannlng Lumber Co. 
Rhodes & Nowlan. lumber mnfrs. 



ANTIOCH. 
Population, 75. Mineral county, 11 
miles south of Keyser. the county 
seat, banking and shipping point. 
Stage daily to Keyser, fare 50 cents. 
Telepluuie connection. Mail, daily. J 
M Martin postmaster. 



Dyche Rev C P (U B). 
Dyche Miss Carrie, musician. 
Grayson V M, blacksmith. 



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ll.irrison Washington, barber. 
Martin David G, surveyor. 
Martin & Mott, General Store. 
K<it.-erts A P, tlour mill. 
VW'Ich U S, lumber. 
Welch W T, coal. 



ANTLER. 
A postoffice on the N &. W Ry. in 
M<' Do well county, 41.2 miles northwest 
of Welch, the county seat and bank- 
ing point. 



(Ohio Central Lines). 15 miles from 
Point Pleasant, the county seat and 
banking- point. Telephone connection. 
Exp, U S. Tel, \V U. Frances M 
Maupin postmistress. 

Hooper J \V. exp, r r and tel agent. 
King W H. general store. 
Maupin Frances M, General Store. 
Waggener C B. physician. 



APGAH. 

Population, 100, A postoffice in 
Kanawha county, 29 miles east of 
Charleston, the county seat and bank- 
ing point, and 6 southeast of Clen- 
denin, the shipping point. Mail, semi- 
weekly. Levi I^Iullins postmaster. 

Cantrell Jacob, carpenter. 
Lvans Emory, blacksmith. 
iMuUins Claud, blacksmith. 



APPLEGROVE. ! 

Population, 50. A postoffice on the ; 
Ohio River division of the B «fe O R R, 
in Mason county. lt> miles south of 
Point Pleasant, the county seat and 
banking point. Exp, U S. Harry i 
Prince postmaster. | 

Bealey D C. exp, r r and tel agent. 
King O F, General Store. 



ARBOVALE. 

A postoffice in Pocahontas county, 
28 miles north of Marlington, the coun- 
ty seat and banking point. Ship to 
Caf=s, on the Greenbrier division of the 
C & O Ry. Telephone connection. 
Mail, daily. C C Arbogast postmaster. 

Arbogast C C, Farmer. 
Arbogast P W, music teacher. 
Blackhust Rev H (ME). 
Brown E M, carpenter. 
Burns A C, blacksmith. 
Conrad E M, harness. 
r)ysad L J R. general store. 
Hannah H N & Co. general store. 
Lombert .J L, physician. 
Lombert J W, physician. 
I^jmbert S K, blacksmith. 



ARBUTUS. 

Population, 200. A postoffice in 
Kanawha county, on the C & O Ry, 1 
mile south of C'harleston, the county 
seat and banking point. Telephone 
connection. Exp, Adams and U S. C 
J Turley postmaster. 

Ash by W L. lawyer. 
Barton S, grocer. 
Brown W S, lawyer. 
Childers & Childers. meat. 
Haws & Co, grist mill. 
Hurd Joseph, blacksmith. 

Johnson , exp agent. 

Kenser George, live stock. 

Moore D A, General Store and Coal 

Dealer. 
Morand Wm, machine and wagon 

works, 
Ort M O, grocer. 
Peyton J H, grocer. 

Smith , railroad agent. 

South Side Foundry & Machine Shops. 
Tanners & Dyers Extract Co. 
Turley C J. general store. 
Webb B H, lawyer. 



ARCA. 

Population, 150. A postoffice in Wirt 
county. 12 miles south of Elizabeth, 
the county seat and banking point. 
and 3 from Le Roy, its shipping point. 
Mail, daily. J M McLain postmaster. 

McLain J M & Son, general store. 






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ARCHER. 

A station on the West Virginia Short 
Line of the B & O R R. in Wetzel 
county, 27 miles southeast of Brook- 
lyn. 



ARBUCKLE. 

Population, 75. A country postoffice 
In Mason county on the K & M Ry 



ARCHES. 

Population, 100. A village in Wetzel 
county. :;;5 miles southeast of New 
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SmithSeld. its banking and shipping- 
point, and 75 from Wheeling. Tele- 
phone connection. IMail. daily. \Vm 
Carl in postmaster. 

Carlin Bros, general store. 

Cariin Wm, Surveyor and Notary. 

Swir-:her A, oil. 



ARDEL. 

A station on the N & W Ry, in 
Wayne coimty, b miles north of 
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ARDEN. 

Population, 150. A postofSce on the 
Grafton & Belington division of the B 
& O R R. in Barbour county, t.; miles 
northeast of Philippi. the county seat 
and nearest banking point. Telephone 
connection. Exp, US. S W England 
postmaster. 

Arden Supply Co, general store. 
England S W, grocer. 
Gall F I, General Store. 
Smith C C, exp, r r and tel agent. 
Sneatgrass C W, grocer. 
Tygarts River Coal Co. 



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ARLEE. 

Population, *175. A country post- 
otticG in Mason county, 12 miles south 
of Point Pleasant, the county seat, and 
t) from Ben Lomond, its shipping point. 
Stage daily to Point Pleasant, fare 25 
cents. r^Iail, daily. C C Dabney post- 
master. 

Blain A E. live stock. 
Butl'-^r Joseph, justice. 
Cardell G W. eeneral store, 
Dabney C C, Stationery. 
Dabney S V, carpenter. 
Fadley (J- E, saw mill. 
Gordon John, meat. 



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Moore .John, justice. 
Kcc; e S W, physician. 
^'t-iby ic Co, bankers. 
Swisher H. live stock. 
Svvisher John, grist mill. 
Wallace T E, general store. 
Wolf Charles, general store. 



ARLINGTON. 

Population. 55. On the Little Kana- 
wlia river, in Upshur county, IS miles 
sf)uth of Buckhannon. the cotmty seat, 
banking and shipping point. Tele- 
phone connection. Mail, daily. George 
E Fidler postmaster. 

Fidler A A, general store. 



ARMENTROUT. 
A discontinued postoffice in Poca- 
hontas county. 



ARNETTSVILLE. 

Population, 50. Monongalia county, 
11 miles southwest of Morgantown, 
the county seat, 3 northeast of Ope- 
kiska, its shipping point, and S north- 
east of Fairmont, the nearest banking 
point. Telephone connection. Mail, 
daily. Mary E Beatty, postmistress. 

Arnett D. teamster. 
Arnett J W, farmer. 
Beatty Feiix, carpenter. 
Dent Fenton, druggist. 
Dent G W, physician. 
Hayward H C, photographer. 
Hess F M, lawyer. 
Howard A B, general store. 
Miller Otis & Jesse, live stock. 
Taylor Rev M {U E). 
Teter Mary E. hotel. 
Teter W, blacksmith. 



ARNOLD. 

Population. 25. On the B & O R R, 
in Lewis county, 11 ^s miles south of 
Weston, the county seat and banking 
point. Telephone connection. Exp, U 
S. G W Sims postmaster. 

Moss H C. exp, r r and tel agent. 
Sims G W. General Store. 



ARNOLD. 
A station on the W Va. C & P. Ry. 
in Randolph county, 3 miles south of 
Eikins. 



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["'ojnilation, 3 20. On the west fork of 
?iiO Lirf!*^ Kanawha river, in Calhoun 
>oujny, i;^ luiios south of Grantsviile. 
\hc rdUMty seit and bankint? point, l-") 
troni S[jencer. the shipping point, and 
v. from CharlesLon. Stage daily to 
SponctT. fare 7o cents. Teiephorie 
i-onn»Htion. Maik daily. Mandevillo 
lA>\ve postmaster. 

Altizer H A, hotel. 

{'o'eman James, blacksmith. 

('i)ou J S. carpenter. 

(;aln»\s C J, justice. 

Ifays K L & Co. general store. 

liays G W, hotel and lawyer. 

ilo.skins M N. hotel. 

iioskins ;^[ N &. Co, general store. 

Lowe Mandeviiie, Physician and Drug- 

ui-t. 
Mall G W, barber. 
Pardons E P, carpenter. 
}'nw':^Il W E, lawyer. 
I'rice George W, physician. 



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cents. Mail, daily. Mrs M E Cornell 
postmistress. 

Cornell I^-lrs M E. general store. 

Fefister Philip, live stock. 

Hood James, paper hanger and painter. 

Porter G W, constable. 

Rrxroad J L, county supt of schools. 

Rinehart Evers. live stock. 

Snyder N W. Justice and Blacksmith. 

Vance B C, fruit agent. 

Vantieet J M, blacksmith. 



ARROYO. 

\lso known as Mahan's Landing. On 
thf Ohio riv^^r and on the P C C <i 
St L Ry, in Hancock county, 6 miles 
north of New Cumberland, the county 
seat, and 3 miles south of Wellsville, 
O, its banking point. Telephone con- 
no'.tiou. L F Mahan postmaster. 

T'.renneman C C & Sons, fruit growlers. 

Brenneman C E, fruit grov\'-er. 

Hrenneman G G. fruit grower. 

iJrennetnan H C, fruit grower. 

Brown Charles & Sons, fruit growers. 

Hrown R H, fruit grower. 

F.mwn 3iliss V. fruit grower. 

<'<^er B A, fruit gi^ower. 

Hewitt E W. fruit grower. 

.Mahan Fruit & Produce Co, fruit 

gnjwers. 
Mahan L F, Vinegar Manufacturer and 

Grocer. 
Mahan W C. fruit grower. 
Stewart Bros, fruit growers. 



ARTHUR. 
A, country postotficg in Grant county, 
S rniJes north of Petersburg, the 
f-ounty seat and banking point, and 34 
ff*om Keyser, the nearest shipping 
jx'mt. Stage twice daily to Peters- 
h-irg. fare 2.", cents, and Keyser, 75 



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ARVILLA. 

A postofRce in Pleasants county. 13 
miles northeast oi St Marys, the coun- 
ty seat, 8 from Friendly, the banking 
pc;int, and 4 irom Bens Run, the ship- 
ping point. Telephone connection. 
Mail, daily. 

Williamson & Davis, general store. 



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ASBURY. 

Population, 75. A postofRce in 
Greenbrier county, S miles west of 
Lewisburg. the county seat, and 10 
from Alderson, on the C <fc O Ry. the 
nearest shipping point. Banking fa- 
cilities at both of aboye places. Tele- 
piione connection. Mail, daily. R B 
Miller postmaster. 

Alderson S I saw mill. 
Febrey Rev H C. 
Gilchrist G A, physician. 
Harrah T H. planing mill. 
Millrr J A. notary. 
Miller J A & Son, General Store. 
\Varren U N. harness. 
Zicafoose C D, saw mill. 
Zicafoose C H, blacksmith. 






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ASH. 

A country x^ostoffice in Mason coun- ; 
ty, 12 miles west of Point Pleasant. | 
the county seat and banking point, 6 : 
south of Letart. the shipping point, | 
and 60 northwest of Charleston. Mail, | 
tri-weekly. J A Pickens postmaster I 
and general store. , 



ASPINALL. 

Population, 190. Lewis county, 14 
miles southwest of Weston, the county 
seat and banking town, 5 north of 
Orlando, the nearest shipping point. 
Telephone connection. Mail, daily. C 
H Beall postmaster. 

Beall C H, Notary and General Store. 

Blake John, shoemaker. 

Heath C C, general store. 

Hecter Samuel, blacksmith. 

Shepler Henry, general store and 

blacksmith. 
Whitehead M, carpenter. 






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ASHLAND. 

Population. 800. On the north fork 
of'Ellkhorn river and on the N & W 
Ry, in McDowell county, 19 miles 
east of Welch, the county seat, and 
IS 1/2 north of Bramwell. its banking 
point. Telephone connection. Exp, 
Southern. Tel, W U. Thomas J 
O'Neil postmaster. 
Ashland Coal & Coke Co, Wm A 

Phillips General Manager. 
Jones T J,, tel agent. 
Kinny Wm, railroad agent. 
Stone Harry, physician. 
Tonez Lester G. express agent. 
Wells J N, carpenter. 




ASHLEY. 

Population. 100. Doddridge county. 
13 miles north of West Union, the 
county seat," banking and shipping 
point. Telephone connection. Mail, 
daily. 

Gains Delia V «fe Co. general store. 
Swiger J B & Bro, general store. 



ASSURANCE. 

Population, 150. A village in Monroe 
county, 14 miles southwest of Union, 
the county seat. 4 soiithv/est of Green- 
ville, the banking point, and 15 south 
of Lowell, on the C &; O Ry, the near- 
est shipping point. Telephone con- 
nection. Mail, daily. J B Smith post- 
master. J 

Broyles A S, grain. 

Dickson C E, carpenter. 

Earles S J. grain and live stock dealer. 

Pleshman J W, carpenter. 

Harvey Manser, carpenter. 

McNeer E A. grain. 

Mann A H, brickyard. 

Mann Lewis G, general store. 

Mann M A, cooper. 

Mann Marshall, stone mason. 

Mann P H, blacksmith. 

Mann Stewart, constable. 

Miller G C, live stock. 

Miller J P, saw mill. 

Smith J P, live stock. 

Smith W D, grain. 

Smith W H, farmer. 

Smith & Halstead, saw mill. 



ASHTON. 

A country postoffice in Mason coun- 
ty, on the Ohio River division of the 
B & O R R, IS miles south of Point 
Pleasant, the county seat, and IT from 
Gallipolis. O. the banking point. Mail, 
dally. M L Martindili postmaster. 
L(HMjer J C, general store. 
xfai-tnidill Millard L, general store. 
Richardson J A, general store. 



ASTOR. 

Population, 120. On Simpson creek, 
a water power stream, in Taylor coun- 
ty, 10 miles southwest of Grafton, the 
county seat and banking point, and 
2V2 from Flemington. on the B & O R 
R, its shipping point. Telephone con- 
nection. Mail, daily. B S Dilworth 
pijstmaster. 

Bartlett C W^ carpenter. 
Bartlett Mrs Mary, hotel. 
Bartlett S J, coal miner. 



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liu.ly R h. carpenter. 

Tostiiow M C, blacksmith. 

lUivisoii G E, coal miner. 

DHworth Bros, General Store, Saw and 

Fi'A.'d Mill. 
Lanham J E. goat dealer, 
l.oush J E, live stock dealer. 
Marshall J W, carpenter. 
Smith \V Brook, school teacher. 
St«'phens Edgar, mason. 
Thompson .J W, blacksmith 

wagon maker. 
Toniolyn W E, scliool teacher 

notary. 



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ATHENS. 
Population, 500. A village in Mer- 
cer county, 8 miles northeast of 
Princeton, the county seat and baniv- 
ing point, and 10 from Oakvale. cxie 
nearest ship])ing point. Telephon.:' 
connection. Stage daily to Princeton. 
Oakvale and Hinton. Mail, daily. R 
G Meador postmaster. 

Bolin F A & Co, general store. 
Dearer George W, carpenter. 
(Jore C W, justice. 
Ffolyrod James F. notary. 
Holyrod & Holyrod, physicians. 
Martin L A, dentist. 
Massee P W, general store. 
Meador J B, carpenter. 
Meador R G, General Store. 
Shumate Frank T, la^\TPT'. 
Shumate H M, general store. 
Thornton D H, physician. 



connection. Exp, Adams. :\Iail, daily. 
John ^,V Bailey postmaster. 

Atkins James H, real estate. 
Bailey John W, Postmaster. 
CarTee & Tolbert, lumber. 
Callaway M B, millinery. 
Conway J. shoemaker. 
Da\is Geori^e \V. blacksmith. 
Davis I M, general store. 
Fronrdi :^[ A, general store. 
Gilmoi-e G .\. general store. 
Hutchison Rev A I. (Missionarv Bap- 
tist). 
Hutchison Daisy, millinery. 
Kent V H, general store. 
Pennington L C, hotel. 
Quesebery M A & Son, general store. 
Raleigh Bottling Works. 
Rhinehart, Asbury & Davis, meat. 
Rodes D L, general store. 
Spangler T E. livery. 
Stover S C, carpenter. 



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Population, 500. An incorporated 
town in Raleigh county, 1 mue south- 
east of Beckley. its banking point, and 
1 from Raleigh, th& shipping point. 
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A postoffice in Upshur county, 4 S. 
miles Vv'est of Buckhannon. the county |. 
seat, banking and shipping point. M J s 
Westfall postmaster. ~ 

Lewis r.e^"^. plasterer. •• 

Nemar M C. blacksmith. 1" 

Reger Marcellus, miller. • 

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northeast of Middlebourne. the county S 
seat. 12 south of New Martinsville, its i 
banking point, and 4 southwest of p- 
Reader. its shipping point. Telephone « 
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Burgess W F, bicycle dealer. 
Hau^ht J R, I'oia mill. 
Park C L, physiciaii. 
Park L W, yliyslciaT^. 
Straight S J, carpenter. 
Straight W A, Generai Store. 



AUBURN. 

Population, .';uO. A (.oun in iiitrhie 
county, 18 miles southeast ol; Harris- 
ville, the county seat, and It) [rom Toll 
Gate, the nearest .^hipping point. It 
has a bank and Baptist, .\Iethodi:>t 
Episcopal, .Methodi.st Protestant and 
Mutual Brethren churches. Telephone 
connection. Daily stage to Toil Gate, 
fare $1. Mail, daily. J N Brovrn 
postmaster. 

Auburn Carriage Co (M W P^arms- 

worth, D M Heckert). 
Auburn Exchange Bank, J C l^amson 

pres. 
Auburn Roller ^[ilis (J N Brown). 
Bush Lida Hays, milliner. 
Cookmau Mrs Cailie, music teacher. 
Gooknian John, lawyer. 
Freed C C, justice. 
Glover J R, physician. 
Gluck Howard & Co, general store. 
Henderson jl A, hotel. 
Lamson J C, physician. 
McKiniey «fe Bush, general store. 
Wiant & Pulliam, general store. 



AUDRA. 

A postoffice in Barbour county, 12 
miles south of Philippi. the county 
seat, and 'J from Beiington. the bank- 
ing and shipping pome. Telephone 
connection. Mail, daily. S C House 
postnmster. 

Hall J G & Co. shingle mnfrs. 
House & Sandridge, General Store. 
McDaniei Al.irahaai, stone mii--oTL. 



Sandridge Joseph, ])lacksniith and 

wagonniakcn-. 
Sandriduc L J R, hotel. 
Townscnd & Simpson, general store. 



AUGUST. 

A station on the Greenbrier division 
of tho C & O Ry. in Pocahontas coun- 
ty, 4 miles north of Marlinton. 



AUGUSTA. 
Population, 33. A postoffice in Hamp- 
siiire county, <J miles southeast of 
Romney, the county. seat, banking and 
shipping point. Stage daily to Win- 
chester, Va, and Romney, fare $2. 
Mail, daily. G W Riley postmaster. 

Augusta Milling; Co, Bucklew & Mc- 
Donald, proprietors. 
Harris J W, blacksmith. 
Milsi.igle K. shoemaker. 
Orndorff Wm T, justice. 
Riley >irs G \V. millinery. 
Riley G W & Bro, General Store. 
S'nidy W H. agricultural implements. 
Wolford C E, justice. 



AURORA. 

Population. 200. Tn Preston county, 
2(» miles southeast of Kingwood. the 
county seat, and 10 from its banking 
and shipping point, Terra Alta, on the 
B & O R R.. Stage daily to Terra 
Alta. fare 50 cents. Telephone con- 
nection. Mail, daily. E O Ridenour 
postmaster. 

Calhoun E P, grist mill. 

Cole .1 K. physician. 

Lantz .J A. hotel. 

McCrum P R & A A. general store. 

Myers I) W, constable. 

Pierce Robert, blacksmith. 

Ridenour Eugenis O, General Store. 

Shutilesworthy A T, blacksmith. 

Teets J M, general store. 

White Oscar, photographer. 



AUSTEN. 

Population, oOo. a village on the B 
&: O R R. in Preston county, 11 miles 
southwest of Kiugwood, the county 
seat, and 3 west of Grafton, the near- 
est banking point. Exp, U S. Tele- 
phone connection. li K Bevington 
postmaster. 

Austen Coal & Coke Co. general store. 



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Maloney M P, tel agent. 



AUVIL. 

Pt)i)ulation. 100. A village in Tucker 
roiiuty, on the Cheat river. 9 miles 
ii'Ttlnvest of Parsons, the county seat. 
hanking and shipping point. Tele- 
(jtione connection. Mail, daily. 

Auvil J L, General Store. 
Hishoff A C, blacksmith. 
Xestor B, saw and grist mill. 



AVON. 

Population, 60. Doddridge county, 
13 miles southeast of West Union, the 
( ounty seat and banking point, and 10 
trom Long Rim, the shipping point. 
Telephone connection. Mail, daily. J 
It Flint postmaster. 

Avon Mercantile Co. general store. 
Chips Rev E G (Methodist Protestant). 
Flint J R, General Store. 
Lynch E V, blacksmith. 
McClain R L, justice. 



PHONES, 1;KI.I. 8 to COURT. 

P. &. A. 701 31. 

WM.J.WEIXEL, 

Broker in Oil, Gas, Coal and Timber 
Lands. Real Esiafe and Mortgages. 

314 FERGUSON BUILDIiNG, 
PITTSBURG, F'A.. 

Beail C F, hotel and live stock. 
Gainer E W &c Bro, general store. 
Gutfey J M & Co. oil. 
Kelley P A. music teacher. 
Lowther Oil Co. 
Ritchea G W, justice. 



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AVONDALE. 

Population, GOO. A village on the N 
&: W Ry, in McDowell county, 28 miles 
fast of Welch, the county seat and 
l)anking point. Telephone connection. 
Exp, Southern. Tel, AV V. A Reed, 

f)ostmaster. 

Langerfield Mrs M. hotel. 

Hayden Bert, barber. 

Huff W H, general store. 

Laing S B, general store. 

Lucas J B, physician. 

-Miller R H, tel, exp and r r agent. 

Rrpd A. general store. 

Ritter W M Lumber Co. 

Waldron M H, general store. 



BACHE. 

A country postof^ire in Hampshire 
county, i;j miics southeast ot Komuey, 
the county seat, banking and shippmg 
point. Stage dally to Augusta. Tele- 
phone connection. IMail by special 
supply. M Bucklew postmaster. 

Bucklew M, General Store. 
Wolford H C, mill owner. - 



AYERS. 

Population, 200. A village in Cal- 
houn county. 6 miles northwest of 
Grantsvilie. the county seat and bank- 
ing point, and 18 from Macrarlan. on 
the C & K V Ry, the shipping point. 
This is the center of the extensive 
f>'i\ rteld in active operation. Mail, 
•i ii!y. Samuel Ayers postmaster. 

Ayers Samuel, Notary and General 
Store. 



BACKUS. 

Population, ino. Also known a.s 
Little Laurel Creek. A postofRce in 
Favette county, 34 miles southeast 
of Fayette\'ille, the county seat, 6 east 
of Quinnimont, its shipping point, and 
16 north of Hinton, the banking point. 
Mail, daily. Will A Harrah post- 
master. 

Adkins John, barber. 
Adkins L A, machinist. 
Allen Emmett, constable. 
Ballard E H. carpenter and photog- 
rapher. 
Ballard Kester, musician. 
Bennett George W, carpenter. 
Boyd J H, notary and coal operator. 
Cotton Thomas .J. teacher. 
Fox Harvey, blacksmith. 
Goddard Bros, saw mill. 
Goddard Charles, lumber inspector. 
Gwinn H L. meats. 
Harrah H, coal miner. 
Harrah John, road surveyor. 
Harrah R M, hunter. 
Harrah Will A, General Store. 
McClanohan H A, saloon. 



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^^ ^■*" Robinson Rev D L. 
■ ^ SniiLh E, carpenter. 
C^ ,^S Suiith John, stone mason. 
^^ (^ Thomas :m, general store. 
y— CD ^^'ard Rev H F (Baptist). 



Sliannon T F, carpenter. 

Sh.annon W C, farmer. 

Short Lee. constable. 

Stone E E, Lawyer and Notary Public. 

Stone L B & Co, general store. 



I BAIRD. 

i A station on the B & O R R, in 
I Morgan county, 23 miles west of Han- 
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BADEN. 

A country postofricie in Mason coun- 
ty, 18 miles east of Point Pleasant, the 
county seat, 7 from Schooihouse, iho 
shipping- point, and 7 from Coicage- 
vilie, the banking point. Telephone 
connection. Mail, tri-weekly. W H 
Sommer postmaster. 

Ar^nstrraig Rev B H (Baptist). 
Blaclvburn \Vm. carpenter. 
Hartley T T. mill owner. 
Kintzei Edward, carpenter. 
Somr-ner W H, General Store. 
Thomas Isaac, carpenter. 
Wheeler D W, mill owner. 



I BAKER. 

Population, ir,o. On the Lost river. 
I in Hardy county, 19 miles iJoutheasL 
I of Moorefleld, the county seat and 
! banking point, and 28 from Romney, 
I the nearest shipping point. Telephone' 
' connection. :Mail, daily. Amedia L 
i Huh er postmaster. 

' Hall C Tj. physician. 
I Hawse Thomas, justice. 

Hulver B C. Blacksmith. 

Mil'er John, plasterer. 
I Rudy James, constable. 



BAKER'S RUN. 

A station on the B & O R R, in 
Bra.vton county, 48 miles south of 
Weston. P O name is Levi. 



BAILEYSVILLE. 

Population, 10*'. On the Guyandotte 
river, in Wyoming county, 11 miles 
south of Oceana, t/ie county seat and 
banking point, 11 north of Davy, its 
shipping point. Mail, daily. E E 
Stone postieaster. 

Bailey M F. general store. 

Bailey T F, hotel. 

Buskirk & Wittinburg. general store. 

Cary Leander, blacksmith. 

Cline H. blacksmith. 

Cline Henry, music teacher. 

Collins James A. civil engineer. 

Gore J E. blacksmith. 

Hattiekl Alonzo, justice. 

Johnston Davies, blacksmith. 

Lambert J S. saw mill. 

Meyer A E. physician. 

Newberry IT, live stock. 



BAKERTON. 

I Population, 200. A country village 
i en the B & O R R. in Jefferson coun- 
\ ty, 10 miles northeast of Charles 
! Town, the county seat, and 7 from 
I Sliepherdstown. the nearest bank lo- 
cation. Telephone connection. Exp, 
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! ^[olor R H & Bro. general store. 
Millard &. Engle, general store. 



BALDERSON. 

A postofRce in Wood county, 15 
miles southwest of Parkersburg, the 
county seat and banking point, and 4 
from Belleville, the shipping point. 
:Mail, daily. G W Bartley postmaster 
and general store. 



BALD KNOB. 

I Population, ♦;»». In Boone county. 
' 24 miles southeast of Madison, the 
! county seat, and 40 south of Marmet. 
: its shipping point. Charleston is the 
i banking town. Mail, tri-weekly. 

Barrett J A. general store. 



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Rumps, Mose cind Holtinci, 

Waste, Oils, F lies, F^LilIe>s, Shafting. 

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(Iiiiiiot:' Daniel, justice. 
I'l!. e \V L, blacksmith. 
Workman Edwin, saw mill. 



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BALDWIN. 

Pt)piihition, GO. A country postof- 
fice in Gilmer county, 6 miles uorth- 
ca.st of Glenville, the coimty seat aiul 
banking point, and 21 .southwest of 
Weston its shipping point. Telephone 
connection. Mail, daily. Robert M 
.Mt'ssenger, postmaster, general store 
and hotel. 



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Painting. Stainingand 
GrniniiKj. It is cheaper 
than Linseed Oil and 
is used by the best 
painters in all parts of 
tl-.e United States. 

If your dealer does 
not have it write us. 

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BALLANGER. 

A station on the Keeney's Creek 
branch of the C & O Ry, in Fayette 
county, 5 miles from Xuttall. 



BANCO. 

A country postoiiice in Logan coun- 
ty, 15 miles north of Logan, the coun- 
ty seat and banking point. Mail, tri- 
weekly. .3 :^I Mitchell postmaster and 
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BALLARD. 

Population, 125. In Monroe county, 
2-0 miles southwest of L'nion, the 
county seat, and 10 north of Lurich, 
Va, tlie nearest shipping point. Bank- 
ing point in Grt^enville. Stage daily 
to Lowell, fare $2. and Lurich, Va, fare 
$1. Telephone connection. .viail, 
daily. E L Ballard postmaster. 

Ballard .1 G, blacksmith. 
Humphreys C L & Co, flour mill. 
Skaggs A J, dentist. 
Suttle B A, physician. 
Whitt L C, general store. 



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Population, 250. A village on the 
Kanawha river, and on the K & M 
Ry (Ohio Central Lines), in Putnntu 
county. 1 miles southeast of Winfield, 
the counry >e'it. and 22 from Charles- 
ton, tii(r; usual banking point. Tele- 
phone connection. Exp, U S. Tel, H oo g^ 
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APvltz J C. general store. 
Hughes Charles, saloon. 
McGucken B "SI. general store. 
Wick E W, general store. 



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BALLENGEE. 

Population, 200. A village in Sum- 
mers county, 15 miles east of Hinton, 
the county seat and usual banking 
point, and IK from Lowell, on the 
C &. O Ry. its shipl>ing point. Stage 
daily to Lowell. Mail, daily. W R : 
Tabor postmaster. i 

Hallingee R T, saw mill. ' 

V.'eldon ^. Son, carpenter. 
Young J G & Co. general store. 
Voung J R, blacksmith. I 



BANK. 

A postoflice in Pendleton county, 5 
miles northeast of Franklin, the coun- 
ty seat, banking and shipping point. 
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BALLS. 

Population. lOO. In Marshall coun- 
^y. 22 miles southeast of Moundsville, 
tli»* f ounty seat, 4 from Cameron, the 
bankinj? point, and 114 from Cogley. 
«»n the B «fe O R R, its shipping point. 
Mali, daily. 

■"-aurh J W, general store. 



BANNEN. 
iVlso known as Germantown. A 
postoffice in Marshall county, 20 miles 
southeast of iSIoundsville. the county 
seat, 3 from Denver, its shipping 
point, and C from Littleton, the bank- 
ing town. Telephone connection. 
Mail, daily. J C iMyers postmaster. 

Churc.'h Daniel, blacksmith. 
Franklin W E. apiarist. 
Geho T M. stone mason. 
Parnott Eros, Real Estate. 
Parruur \V E. boarding house. 
Standard Oil Co, pump station. 



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BARBOURSVILLE. 

Population. TuO. An incorporated 
village on tiie C & O Ry, in Cabell 
county, iO miles east of IIun,tington, 
the county seat and hanking town. 
Has tv/o Methodise and two Baptist 
churches, a college and a graded pub- 
lic school. ExD,' Adams. Tel, W U. 
W II Stowasser postmaster. 

Adams George W. physician. 

Amf^^rh-an Telegraph & T^^lephone Co. 

A:> (Hs (George W, tlour mill. 

i;;ir:-et Rev A Lee. conference sec of 
e'lucatiun M E Church South. 

i'.nnnganmer Charles, carpenter. 

Biaukenship J T. justice. 

Bin me Evan W, general store. 

Blume Pinkuey L, agent Adams Ex- 
press Co. 

Bowden M Willa, teacher\ Morris Har- 
vey College. 

Burns Andi'ew .J. justice. 

Carver James E. Genera! Store. 

Childers ri C. deputy sheriff. 

Coffman Rev Charles X (M E South). 

Cyrus John, carpenter. 

Davis James S, painter. 

Dirt'':n Mir"}" A, milliner. 

Ellison Frances Louise, teacher Morris 
Harvey College. 

Guyan Valley improvement Co. 

Guvandotte & Teays Valley Telephone 
Co. 

Hallanan Thomas, physician. 

Hurshbarger Clyde, teacher Morris 
Harvey College. 

H'lttield' Mrs S E A. propr Hatfield 
House. 

Hicks Jeremiah H. barber, 

Hiner Rev W M (M E South). 

Hughes S D, brick manufacturer. 

King Herbert S, lawyer. 

Kuhn James I, real estate. 

Leist Valentino, tanner. 

Martin Wm. shoemaker. 



Miller Bessie, teacher Morris Harvey 
Colle:re. 

Miller Dolly, teacher ^Morris Harvey 
College. 

Miller George R. confectioner. 

Miller J W. live stock. 

Miller Ivlrs M E. confectionery. 

Morris Harvey College (M E South). 
i:> W Shaw pres. 

:Mud River Boom Co. lumber. 

Feck Lev M E (M E South). 

Peerless Art Co, Garfield Stowasser 
propr. 

Raney Mrs L A, milliner. 

Shaw D Blaine, teacher Morris Har- 
vey College. 

Shaw D W, pres Morris Harvey Col- 
lege. 

Sheiton ^Jrs America, dressmaker. 

Shipe Roliert A, meat. 

Skinner James M, teacher Morris Har- 
vey College. 

Spencer E E & Co. general store. 

Steel Rev S E (Methodist). 

Stowssser W H, Postnnaster, Wall Pa- 
per Dealer and Notary. 

Surgeon Rev W H ( ^[ E South). 

Swan Benjamin, blacksmith. 

Thornburg George E. general store. 

Thornburg Moses S, lawyer. 

Townsend Miss Mabel, tel agent. 

Townsend Wm D. agent C & O Ry. 

Turner Wm. surveyor and real estate. 

Ward J F, blacksmith. 

Wau2:h Hiram A. blacksmith. 

Wilson .John C, blacksmith. 

Yoak Rev Elias CM E South). 

Yoak Rev J B (ME South). 



BARDANE. 
Situated on the B & O R R, in Jef- 
ferson county, 5 miles north of 
Charles Town, the county seat and 
banking point. 

Bayer J G. blacksmith. 
Bell F A. carpenter. 
Blackford J W. machine shop. 
Conley James P, carpenter. 
Roberts C J, general store. 



BARESVILLE. 

A station on the Ohio River ui- 
vision of the B & O R R. in Wetzel 
county, 3() miles south of Wheeling. 



BARGER. 
A station on the N & W Ry, 



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BARGER"S SPRINGS. 

A summer resort on the Greer 
river, in Summers county. 10 
'^outheest of Hinton. the county 
and neareot bf^nking point, and 3 
Talcott. on trie C & O Ry, its 
pini; point. Is. on the daily mail 
i-oute from Red Sulphur Spidn; 
T.owelL Telephone connection. 
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Barger W G, General Stcre, Live Stock 

and Farmer. 
Campbell A L. surveyor. 
I Minn E T.-. hotel. 
Ferrell E D, farmer. 
Ferrell J W, farmer. 
Keatley John, justice. 



BARKER. 

Wetzel countv. See Mohr. 



BARN. 

A country postoffice in Yievcer coun- 
ty. 27 miles north of Princeton, the 
county seat, and 22 from Raleigh, the 
banking and shipping point. Mail, 
daily. John W Vines postmaster. 

Bowden J C, physician. 

Branner T F, notary and teacher. 

Crockett W B, live stock and meats. 

Fink C H. dentist. 

Harvey C L, teacher. 

Little W W, general store. 

Mills Rev .Tohn. 

Peters M W, wagonm.aker. 

Tabor .T T, grist mill. 

Thompson H "W.^blacksTniih. 

Vines John W, General Store. 

Walker Cleery. teacher. 

Walker .T C. civil engineer. 

Ware C T. saw mill. 

Wood G .J. teacher. 



BARNES MILLS. 

In Hampshire county, 10 miles east 
of Romuey, the county seat, banking 
aiid shij-jping point. Telephone c.on- 
rs'-^f'tlon. Mail.'tri-weekly. M E ^Ion- 
roe postmaster. 



BARNESVILLE. 
\ station on the B & O R R. in 
Marion county, 1 mile northwest of 
Fairmont. 



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BARNUM. 
Population. 300. A village on the W 
Va. C &; P Ry. in Mineral county, 12 
miles west of Keyser, the county seat, 
and .7 from Piedmont, the nearest 
bank location. Telephone connection. 
Exp. Adams. Tel, \V U and Postal. 
Truman M Dodson postmaster. 

Abernatby E O, express agent. 
B'jynton Emerson, physician, 
Dcdson Trum^in M, Superintendent. 
Horstmann Fred B. general store. 
Kight C E. notary public. 
Macfarianp George C, mining engineer. 






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.^iorris W W, saw mill. 2, 

Parsons Miss Marie L, principal of tf> 

schools. 
^ViLson Charles, blacksmith. 



BARRACKVILLE. 

Population. 230. A village on Buf- 
falo creek, and on the B & O R R; 
in ^Marion county, 3 miles northwest 
of P'airmont, the county seat and 
banl:ing point, and 72 from Wheeling. 
Has Baptist. Christian and :vtethodist 
churches, and a graded public school. 
Telephone connection. Exp, U S. Tel, 
W U. W W Raymond postmaster. 

Dunn S S. general store. 

Evens O C, express agent. 

Havmond W W, Blacksmith and 

Wagon Maker. 
I.-e Bros, contractors. 
Ice .J F, general store and barber. 
King .lohn, barber. 
Moore Rev Ira C (Christian). 
Neptune George, carpenter. 
Sharps John, carpenter. 
Smith F J, physician. 







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BARRS. 

A station on the Ohio River divis- 
ion of the B & O R R, in Roane coun- 
ty, 3 miles northwest of Spencer. 



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BARTLEY. 

A country po^iotfice in Wyoming- 
county, on the Guyandotte river, 10 
miles south of Qr-eana, the county 
seat. 22 from Welch, its banking 
point, and 13 from Davy, Its shipping- 
point. Mail, tri-weekiy. A G Mitch- 
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Cline J H, stone cutter. 



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A country postoffice in Wayne coun- 
ty, 12 miles northen-t of Wayne, the 
county seat, and 8 from Dickson, the 
nearest shipping point. Huntington 
is the banking point. Mail, tri-weekly. 
W J Ross postmaster. 

Harvey Lester, general store. 
Ross Mrs Frances A. general store. 



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BASIN. 

A village in Wyoming county, 36 
miles southeast of Oceana, the county 
seat, 20 from Ke^stc-ne. on N & W Ry. 
tlie nearest shipping point, and 20 
from Bramwell. the banking point. 
Mail, tri-weekly. James W McKinney 
postmaster. 

Burton .Tames, general store. 
Buskirk <fe Wittenburg, general store. 
Hearn C S, general store. 
Lusk Floyd, constable. 
T.usk Taliison, justice. 
McKinney R W. blacksmith. 
McKinney Reuben, carpenter. 
McKinney Rev S M (Methodist). 
McKinn(^y & Ellison, general store. 
Sisk D M. saw mill. 



Sisk Sc Fletcher, general store. 

Tui ker .Jasper, sheriff. 

WhitL Thomas, music teacher. 



BASNETT. 

Population. 75. A village in Ma- 
rion county. 11 miles northwest of 
Fairmont, the county seat, ^4 mile 
from Amos, its banking point, and 9 
from Barrackville. its shipping point. 
Telephone connection. Stage daily to 
Barrackville C E Hunter postmaster 
and general store. 



BATON'S MILLS. 

In Gilmer county. See Ellis. 



BAXTER. 

A village in Berkeley county, 12 
miles northwest of Martinsburg. the 
county seat and banking point, and 6 
from North Mountain, its shipping 
point, on the B & O R R. 

Kesecker S A, wagon maker. 



BAYARD. 

Population, S50. An incorporated 
t(nvn on the north branch of the 
Potomac river, and on the W Va C 
& P Ry, in Grant county. 37 miles 
from Petersburg, the county seat, and 
220 from Wheeling. Banking facilities 
at Oakland, Md, 12 miles, Davis City, 
20 miles, and Piedmont, 35 miles. Has 
United Brethren. ^Methodist and Pres- 
byterian churches. The surrounding 
country is finely timbered, and is well 
adapted for grazing purposes. Lum- 
ber, ties, tan bark, live stock and 
leiither are shipped. Exp, Adams. Tel, 
W L''. J A Rimble postmaster. 

American Hide & Leather Co. 
Armentrout & Markwood, general 

store. 
Bayard Supply Co, general store. 
Beckman .A J, meats. 
Beckman C V, general store. 
Boring Irvin, blacksmith and wagon 

maker. 
Brown W McC, surveyor. 
Buffalo Cornet Band, Harry Mickey 

leader. 
Buffalo Creek Cumberland Coal Co, 
Buffalo Lumber Co, J H Landacre 

supt. 
Carter Rev D F (Methodist). 

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M.'clvoi- C!;ar!os. Inml)er nianufactiirer. 

D'inovaii R E, photgrapher. 

Johnson I) B, physiciau. 

.hmkino Gavin, hotel. 

Kimble J A, Sheriff. 

Kimble John, live stock. 

Marion Coal & Coke Co, Wm Barnard 

supt. 
Mickey Mrs Jennie, millinery. 
.Moore .James M. r r. exp and tel agt. 
iMiimmer T G, physician. 
Powell J W, confectioner. 
Uau Rev W S (U B). 
Saucer T J. propr Opera House. 
Schoonover H L. carpenter, 
Shaffer P H, jeweler. 
Spears E B, bai-her. 
S{)iker J H, general store. 
Toniburini M. genei-a! store. 
Trostle Rev J A (Presbyterian). 



BAYS. 

A country postofRce in Fayette 
county, 2 miles south of Fayetteville. 
the county seat and banking point, 
and 5 from Fayette, its shipping point. 
Mail, daily, 

Finn H A, grocer. 



BEALE. 

Population. 130. A village on the 
Ohio river and B & O R R. in ifason 
county. 6 miles south of Point Pleas- 
ant, the county seat, and 2 from Gal- 
li polls O, the banking point. Tele- 
phone connection. Exp, Adams. Tel. 
W U. G E Johnson postmaster. 

.\ngel Wiley, mason. 

{U\ile J H M, live stock. 

Cromley W F. lumber. 

Card Henry, blacksmith, 

c;:ird John, grist mill. 

Johnson G E, General Store. 

-McNcaley Samuel, wagonmaker. 

Rcpce W S, physician. 

Thorp George, carpenter contractor. 



BEAN'S MILL. 
A station on the B ic O R R. in 
l^pshur county, ;j2 miles southeast of 
Weston. 



BEARD. 

In Pocahontas county, on the C & O 
Ry. 17 miles southwest of Marlinton. 
the county seat and banking point. 
Stage to Academy, fare 50 cents. Tol- 
ejdione connection. Exp, Adams. J 
W Beard postmaster. 

Beard J W, express agent. 

Beard J W & Bros. General Store and 

Agricultural Implements. 
Cochran L S. carpenter. 
Cochran W M, blacksmith. 
Cutlip J M. shoe maker. 
Dunlop J W, live stock. 
Gcode S H, ;-5rone mascn. 
Henry ]Miss Mary, millinery. 
Little Creek Lumber Co. 
Slure H A, lumber manufacturer. 



BEARSVILLE. 

Population, ZZ. A vilKage on San- 
cho Oi-eek. in Tyler county, 9 miles 
south of ]\[iddlebourne. the county 
seat and banking point, 12 from 
Pennsboro, the nearest shipping point. 
Telephone connection, ilail, daily. 
W W Duty postmaster. 

Craven John & C C, saw and grist 

mills. 
Davis Sc McCuFough. general store. 
Duty .John \V, jeAveler. 
Duty \V W, general store. 
Myers George P. blacksmith. 



BEAR WALLOW. 
A station on the N & W Ry. in Mc- 
Dowell county, 9 miles north of North 
Fork. 



BEALLS MILLS. 

A country postoffice in Lewis coun- 
ty. 12 miles southwest of Weston, the 
(ounty seat, banking and shipping 
point. Stage daily to Newton. Tele- 
phone connection. Mail, daily, J C 
Collins postmaster. 

Shoarer J W. general store. 



BEATRICE. 

Population, 38. A postofRce in 
Ritchie county, 1.2 miles south of Har- 
risville, the county seat. 3 from 
Sniithfield, the banking point, and 4 
from Macfarlan, its sh.i[)ping fxnnt. 
Stage to Smithville. Harrisviile and 
.McFarlan. Tt^iephone connectioii. 
.Mail, daily. A E Lamp postmast«->r. 

Hard man Mills, 

Hau,uht John, general store. 



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BEATYSVILLE. 
A country postotfi:e in .Jackson 
comity, IS miles north of Ripley, the 
county st>at. 12 noitheast of Raven.-^- 
wood. tire l^-mkinir poinr, 12 east of 
Re'lviiie. ti'.e u<u«l shijiping ])oint, and 
25 frora Pnrkersbnrg. ?\Iail, daily. Mrs 
5 E BfJty poslmiritress. 

Beaty Mrs S E, Miiiiner. 

B'ir-ifirt R AI. b]:u-k?mith. 

Muhllfach P, ser.'eral store. 

Seals .J -M. blacksmith. 

Stallinss G W <fe Bro, geneial store. 

Williams H S, blacksmith. 



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F*r)piiifitir)n. 150. A villa.s:*^ in Fay- 
ettp r'ountv. ;• miles southeast of Fay- 
etteville the county seat and hanking 
point, 2 from Xnttall. on the C & O 
Ry, and ♦";() from Charleston. Has 
Bai)tist and Episcopal churches. Mail, 
<Iaily. .J C Taylor postmaster. 



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Plq.ir W A. c^rpent^r and justice. 
^ j^ Blair W A .U\ carpenter. 
r: s, Brafford G M. carpenter. 
iX Carver .\aron. farmer. 
:;; Cutlin .John, blacksmith. 
Tf I. Holiiday C M. coal miner and farmer. 



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■«- S.iioil CliHrles. coal mine. 
U. Stone W H, carpenter. 



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mersville, the county seat and bankinu; 
its shipping point. Telephone connec- 
point, and 6 from Camden-on-Gauley, 
tion. Mail, daily. A J Pettegrew 
postmaster. 

Beaver Mills. N H Woods proprietor. 
McCaity. Brown & Co, general store. 
Woods N H, propr Beaver Mills. 



BEBEE. 



Population. 50. A country post- 

; cifice in Wetzel county, D miles east 

: of New :\[artinsvine. the county seat, 

ship'ping anti banking point. Mail, 

; daily. Levinia Berger postmistress. 

' F'^rger Roy. general store and hotel. 

Cai'i enter T D, butcher. 

Davis B R. general store. 
■ }''niTman D, carpenter. 
I .Mason F W. carpenter. 
I Mason Sanders, carpenter. 
\ Mason Rev Silas (Christian). 
1 Newman B B, surveyor. 
i Newman J O. grain and live stock. 

Mewman J W, Principal of School. 
; Newman R. poultry. 
j .Newnian Ward, physician. 
j Palmer F F, blacksmith. 
' Snodgrass Levinia. milliner. 
i Snodgrass W D. blacksmith. 
: Taylor H, justice. 



BECKLEY, 



i Population. 1.000. An incorporated 
; town and the county seat of Raleigh 
county, near Piney Creek ])ranch of C 
j &:■ O Ry. Contains two banks, two news- 
i papers, tlie Register and the Herald. 
I and M E. M E South. Christian and 
' fJaptist churches. Telephone connec- 
; tion. Stage connects with the station. 
j fire 50 cents. Mail, daily. John An- 
i derson postmaster. 

I Abshire A S, drugs and physician. 
Alderson .Jewelry Co (C M, G S and 

W A Alderson). 
Anderson Sc Rose CTohn Anderson. C 

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store. 



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Arthur J P, constable. 

Asbury & Stofford, proprs Becklev 
iVJeat INIarket. 

Barkus Re\' R G. 

Bair & El]i.== (G W Bair, R N Ellis), 
planing mill. 

Bank of Raleiqrb, J H Miller cashier. 

Beckley J P & Co. general store. 

Beck'ey Meat Market. Asbury & Stof- 
ford proprs. 

Berkley Seminary. B H White prin. 

Bersot Adeline, teacher BeL-kley Sem- 
inary. 

Blakey A R. tailor. 

Blankenshlp J L & Co CT L Blanken- 
ship. S A T.ynch). general store. 

Calfee J G. furniture. 

Callaway C si, genpral store. 

Campbell J A. physician and drugs. 

Clark & Krebs, civil and mining en- 
gineers. Lewis Greville Jr, rep. 

Clav A B. deputy sheriff. 

Clay J P. general store. 

Coffman E A. harness maker. 

Cook A G. phvsician. 

Cook Harvey, sheriff. 

Cook John A, deputy sheriff. 

Cooper W H, livery. 

Croft &: Pine, general store. 

Curtis & Phipps, feed. 

Davis George W. blacksmith. 

Davis Owen, drugs and physician. 

Earwood & Bibb, general store. 

Ellett Harry C, town recorder and 
lawyer. 

Ellison :m a. dentist. 

Ellison Ophie.. teacher. 

Ernest J C. hardw^are. 

First National Bank of Beckley (capi- 
tal S25.000). C T Jones pres, D H 
Johnston cashier. 

P'ox Jacob, barber. 

George E D & Co, general store. 

George Frome, blacksmith. 

Goobey C A. jeweler. 

Greville lewis Jr, rep Clark & Krebs. 

Griffith Geo M Co. Plumbers. 

Hat( her John H, lawyer. 

Hon.iker T J. pub Raleigh Herald. 

Tlotrd Hull, A Williams propr. 

Huddleston Rev G W. 

Hull PI W, general store. 

Johnson & Howard, restaurant. 

Johnston D H, cashier First National 
Bank of Beckley. 

Jf.nes C T president First National 
Bank of Beckley. 



Kenyon Frank, barber. 

Lilly Paris J. teacher Beckley Sem- 
inary. 

McCartney & Reynolds (O K Mc- 
Cartney, A G Reynolds), genl store. 

McCreery J W. lawyer. 

McGinniss W H. lawyer. 

McKeever S P. barber. 

Martin Rev A M CM E South). 

Matheny W F. lawyer. 

Meadows Isadore. clerk County Court. 

Miller .r H, cashier Bank of Raleigh. 

Mountain City Inn, R T Willis propr. 

Ogden Ella, prin primary dept Beck- 
ley S" em i nary. 

Payne E M, general store. 

Pope J L, r r. exp and tel agent. 

Pie-lon A D. lawyer. 

Raleigh Hardware Co. 

Raleigh Herphl. T J Honaker pub. 

Raleigh Register, Joe L Smith pub. 

Richardson G W. justice. 

Sanders Joseph M, Judge Circuit 
Court. 

Singer Mfg Co. Spurlock Bros agts 
sewing machines. 

Smith Jar-kson. clerk Circuit Court. 

Smith John, constable. 

Smith Joe L. pub Raleigh Rpgister. 

Spurlock Bros, agts Singer Mfg Co. 

Staats W E. s-eneral store. 

Summertield J E. lawyer. 

Sutphin S S, dentist. 

Sweeny Rev James (^Jissionary Bap- 
tist). 

Thompson G W, county superinten- 
dent of schools. 

Thompson W H, jeweler. 

Tucker Bennett :M. grocer, 

Wpbb O L. dry goods. 

White B H, prin Beckley Seminary. 

Williams A. propr Hotel Hull. 

Williams Albert S, county assessor. 

Williams G Wash, lawyer. 

Williams .John, town sergeant. 

Willis R T. propr ^Mountain City Inn. 

n'ood Mrs L A, teacher. 

Wood Lewis A, prin public school. 






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Population. 20n. A village on the 
New river, in Fayette county. 8 miles 
northwest of Fayettsville. the county 
seat, and l^'. from (^otton Hill, on the 
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BEDINGTON. 
Popiiiation. 110. On the C V R R, 
in Berkeley county, 5 nailes northeast 
of Martinsburg, the county seat and 
banking point. Telephone connection. 
Exj), Adams. Wm Keller postmaster. 

Ev^Ts\iiU' ]'. I. carpenter. 
(runn J X. auctioneer. 
Kelier V/ R. Genera! Store. 
K'-un< dy .J(din, flour rnill. 
Ki I sheer G .\. blr^cksniith. 
Lan:[is Lester, painter. 
Lemaster A J. physician. 
Lochbaum U D. uoneral store. 
Oliver J H. phy:^ician. 
Wir.ingham H E. carpenter. 



Rhinestone Wm, carpenter. 
Run ion & Parsons, saw mill. 
Simmons A, General Store and Lum- 
ber. 
Smith H M, general store. 
Wilson Wm, lumber. 



BEECH CREEK. 

A country postofFice in Mingo coun- 
ty, 3S miles southeast of Williamson. 
the county seat and nearest banking 
point, and 4 from Wharncliffe. on the 
X & W Ry. the shipping point. Has 
Christian Church and good free school. 
Mail, sem.i-weekly. .T :\t Toler post- 
master. 

.\lnick W D. physician. 
Bizewell .IB. saw mill. 
Curtis & Co. saw mill. 
Farley H H, physician. 
Fowler Bros, saw mill. 
Toler J A[, music teacher. 
Toler Morris, band teacher. 



BEE. 

A country postofRc*:^ in Putnam 
county. 12 mih-'^ north of Winfield. the 
county seat, and S southeast of Ar- 
buckle. its shipping point. .Mail, daily. 
Alien Clark postmaster. 

Ciark Allen & Son. Gererai Store. 

.Tini("'en (ri-anvilie. general store. 
Kessel R H. physician. 
Rayburn George, justice. 
Rayburn George & Son, carpenters. 



BEECH GROVE. 

In Ritchie county, 12 miles north of 
Harrisville, the county seat, and 4 
from Pennsboro. on the B & O R R, 
the banking and shipping point. Tele- 
phone connection. Mail, tri-weekly. 
J L Moore postmaster. 

Cunningham & Hogue. saw mill. 

Garretson H A. General Store. 

Ilogue W B. carpenter. 

Martin G W. carpenter. 

Pratt O C & Bertha, music teachers. 

Stewart Aaron, mill owner. 

Stone C X, meats. 



BEECH. 

Populiticn. 75. A village in Cal- 
houn county, Ij miles south of Grants- 
ville. the county seat, and l."} from 
Spencer, its banking andi shipping 
point. Mail, daily. A Simmons post- 
master. 

P, 'k"r .laccb, lumber. 
Penington G W. lumber, 
flail Alvin. lumber. 
(lall Jacol). lumber. 
Hor.rliin F M. erenpral -^tore. 
T.yri'-h .lames, lumber. 
Price E E. general store. 



BEECH HILL. 

On the Kanawha river and on the 
K & M Ry (Ohio Central Lines), in 
Mason county, ft miles east of Point 
Pleasant, the county seat and hanking 
point. Teleph(Uie connection. Van B 
Morris postmaster. 

Brown Frank, express agent. 
Sterrett C W, general store. 



BEECHWOOO. 

Population, luu. A village on the 
Monongahela '.iver and on the B & O 
R R, in Monouiialia county, 13 miles 
south of Mor-antown, the county seat. 
Banking fiu.ilities at Morgantown and 



Grc!|g & Dodisy 



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Civil and Vllning Enqineer, 

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('i«in J J. blacksmith. 
Fairmont Coal Co. 



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A station on the W Ya C & P 
50 miles southwest of Keyser. 



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BEELERS STATION. 
Popiihition. oO. A postothce. in ;Mar- 
shall county. IS miles from Wheeling, 
12 from MouQdsvine. the counr.y seau 
and o from Cameron, the banking and 
shipping point. Mail, daily. Vv' B 
Robinson postmaster. 



BEHLER. 

Population. Tu. A country postoffice 
in Monongalia county, 14 miles west 
of Morgantown. the coimty .seat, 10 
trimi Blacksviile, the banking point, 
and 11 from Opekiska, on the B & O R 
R, the nearest shipping point. Tele- 
phone connection. IMail, daily. J W 
Kennedy postmaster. 

Kennedy J W, General Store. 
Marion Oil Cv. 
South Penn Oil Co. 



BELFONT. 

A postoffice in Braxton county, 10 
miles west of Sutton, the coimty seat, 
bcinking and shipping jioint. Tele- 
phone connection. ]Mail, daily. 



BELGROVE. 

A country postoffice in .Jackson 
county, IS miles southeast of Ripley, 
the county seat, banking and shipping 
point, and 36 north of Charleston. 
Mail, -daily. A W Slaughter post- 
master. 

Chek G W. general store. 
Cotjb .T M, blacksmith. 
FoUey G W, general store. 
FoUey cNc FoUey, gilst mill. 
Hatcher & Slaughter, timber dealers. 
M<-Kenry W L D, general store. 
Rhodes Bros, general store, 
liime Rev A S (U B). 
S{ enberry E D. general st(^re. 
Slaughter & Rhodes, Saw Mill. 
Taylor W J. general swve and grist 

mill. 



BELINGTON. 

Population, 1,7.00. Alston, a sma! 



place adpoining has a poulation of 
about 7-n(), . This place is known as 
Belington in postal matters, therefore 
Belington's population may be esti- 
mated at 2.000. An incorporated 
town located on Tygart's Vallev river, 
and on the B & O, R C & B. 11 C 
6c C and W Va C & P Rys, in Barbour 
county, 171-2 miles southeast of Philn- 
pi. the county seat, and 42 from Graf- 
ton. It has 3 national banks. Baptist, 
:'^! esbyterian. Methodist Episcopal and 
United Brethren churches, a flour mill, 
planing mill, grist mill, good hot el. 
'-'lectric light and power plant, e-tc. 
Telephone connection with Philippi, 
Eikins, Grafton and surrounding tlis- 
tricts. E.xp. Adams and U S. T-d 
\V I' and W Va C & P. R A McCut- 
cheon postmaster, 

Adams Express Co. W TT Thomas agt. 
Austin C L isc Co. general store. 
Baltimore & Ohio R R, S E Cannon 

agent. 
Barbour County Fair Association, S 
L Brooks pi-es, Amos P Rohrbou2:h 
sec, B B Rohrbough treas. 
Belington Department Store (Floyd 
Teter. C H Wilkins), general store. 
Belington Ice & Bottling Co, Floyd 
T^ter pres. .T A Virpiesney sec and 
treas. G E Cain general manager. 
Belington Jr O U A M Cornet Band. 
Belington Mill Co (C C and L R 

Right), feed. 
Belington Music Co, \Vm Hewitt pres 

and mugr. 
Belington National Bank (capital $2.3.- 
000), F P Rease pres. B B Rohr- 
bough cashier. 
Belington Publishing Co, Floyd Teter 
President, W B Rector Secretary 
and Treasurer. .1 A Luttrell Business 
Manager. Publishers Central Repub- 
lican (See adv.) 
Belington & Beaver Creek R R, J I 

•Tones, supt. 
Bell Telephone Co. 
Btumett .Jacob H. meats. 
Biair M S. optician. 
Booth Mrs Mary, boarding. 
Booth Nelson, livery. 
Bop>;e[l R*=>v Charles .[ (Presbyterian). 
Bowman & Rohrbough (Thomas B 
y^owman, Amos F Rohrhougli). Real 
Estate. 
I Brown D AV. physician. 
Camnbell Stuart A. grocer. 



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ALLEGHENY, PA. 



Cannon S E. agent B & O R R and U 

S Express. 
Carioz^i Xirola. barber. 
Ceucral House. Jarae^ Coffman propr. 
Central Republican. Beiir.gton Publish- 

hiJi; Co Publisher.^. Frederick ^loore 

fcJditor. (See adv.) 
Cheno^veth Rev II R (Baptist). 
Citizens National Bank of Belins^ton 

( ( ■ -I iJ i t a 1 >^. i . '.) ' " ' . ? u r 1 ,1 ] u 3 % .3 , 5 U ) , Iv 

E Jackson pres, H H Jones cashier. 

("obiirn & Co (Huston B Coburn, E II 
Knaliensline), grocers. 

Coffman Elijah, blacksmitli. 

Cottman Henry D, dry ,2:oods. 

Coft'iiian James, propr Central House. 

Consolidace<i Telephone Co. 

Consumers Heat, Light db Power Co, 
F P Rease pres. 

Cook & Price (L D Cook, H H Price), 
shoes. 

Corbett Wm S, land agent Tygart 
Valley IMineral & Oil Co. 

Corbus Burton R. physician. 

Criss J Walter, Livery, Sale and Feed 
Stable, rear ot Hotel Luzerne. (See 
ad V . ) 

Curry Wni T. jeweler. 

Davis O C, cigars. 

Da\isson W G, lawyer. 

Denham Vesta, teacher. 

First National Bank ot Belington (cap- 
ital $30,000). Arthur Lee pres. Y 
Howes v-pres, (ieorge H Balsley 
cashier. 

Forney & Dickenson f James E Forney, 
Edward J Dickenson), stone con- 
tractors. 

Glenn Rev F M (U B). 

Giahara Grant, drugs. 

Griffith k. Howell, feed. 

HaniHton E M. physician. 

Hamilton S Hall, dry goods. 

Hart Joseph, drugs. 



Hill Wm, corisranie. 

Hill &; :\IcAvoy (Murray E Hill, James 
R 3.i'-.\voy ), barbers. 

Hotel Luzerne, Mrs Augusta Umbach 
Proprietoi', two bloci;s I'rom depot, 
head«iuarters for commercial travel- 
ers. 

Jar-kson R E, pres Citizens National 
Banlx of Belington. 

Jarvis Nana, teacher. 

J.int-s If H. cashier Citizens National 
Bank- of Belington. 

Jones J f, supt Belington & Beaver 
Creek R R. 

Joyce Mrs M. boarding. 

\\-ii\w Sc Keyser Hardware Co. J E 
Keys<-r pres. E J Kane treas. 

Kittle \V L, drayage. 

Knaben^hue Edward, prin of schools. 

ICnoct Nicholas M, barber. 

Lazvirns Alexander, clothing. 

L.-'^ Artliiir, pres Fir^t National Bank 
i>f Belington. 

Lovett Rev AV E '((Methodist). 

Lov-}Ue L B & Bro (Lloyd B and Por- 
ter L), gpueral store. 

Luttre'l J A, Business Manager Beling- 
ton Publishing Co. 

McCutclieon Robert A, propr Mountain 
View Hotel. 

?via!-y]and Smokeless Coal Co, J I 
.Jones sec. 

Moore Frederick, Editor Central Re- 
publican. 

Mountain View Hotel. Robert A Mc- 
Cutcheon propr. 

Northern Hay & Grain Co, Rector «fe 
Luttreli sales agents. 

['hillips Cicero, undertaker. 

Poliug George C. teacher. 

Poulton Alexander L. tailor. 

Price George W, drayman. 

Price Henry H, confectionery. 

Price Lewis, sewing machines. 

Price U 3 G. justice. 

Price W Scott, drayage. 

Re'ise Frank P. general supt Roaring 
Creek & Charleston R R Co and 
Roaring Croek Sc Belington R R Co, 
anrl pres B<'^iington National Bank. 

Rector W B. Secretary and Treasurer 
Be^Mngton Publishing Co. 

Rector & Luttreli (W Ison B Rector, 
.Tohn A Luttreli). Insurance, Real 
Estate. Grain and Builders' Supplies. 
{See adv.) 

Rhorabaugh Clarence L, physician. 

RidiTway Mrs F A, teacher. 



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q\1^ and business directory. 



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rnnu Tl riR. Pres. J. a. LITTRELL, Business Manager. W. B. RECTOR, Sec. and Trcas. 






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Fiiblisiiers of the Centra! Sepofilican. 

BEST PAPER IN THE COUNTY. 

Frederick Moore, Editor. 

All Kinds of First-Class Job Work, Book-hinriisiq and Ruled Work. 
BEST PLAPST IPS THE GOUiNTY. 
Ciiiarantee Promptness and Neatness. 



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Agents for the New York Life and Northweste-n ^tsJt. Life Ins. €q. ridciity & Ci^sujlty Co. of New 
York, and six of the best fire insurance Companies in the World, all Imited States Companies. 
5ew York Underwriters A?ency, Spriiig:iield Fire 8c Marine. Pennsylvania, Continental 
Phenix of Brooklyn, and Virginia State. Insurance, Coal and Lumber Properties a specialtj. 
All orders o-iven prompt attention, and poHeJe*^ cnrefuMy written. 
We iiave also a Iar§:e -ware room and liandie ail kinds of building: Material and Paints. 

Sales Agents for Northern Hay & Grain Co. for West Virginia. 

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Livery, Sale and 
Feed Stable, 

FIRST-CLASS RIGS, 
RATES REASONABLE, f 

'?t:'ai attention given to ttie commercial trade, tl! 

»fHCt REAR HOTEL LUZERNE. " 

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Wall Ties, W3II Fions, lieene's Ce- 
merit, RoofSnij Papers, iVIetal Lath. 

32d Street & Penna. R. R., Pittsburg. Pa. 

^VHITE FOR PRICKS. 

See anv. in classified Builders' Supplies. 

R ( -;^ !\ ^[iss K. teacher, 
t^-' ^ ins[icf\ 
^i-,.t G :.[ tt Hro (George M and 

1 k) I y\ I, riirnitnre. 
'I ( nies, restaurant, 
'li, ' Tohn &: Co (John and John A 

lU-^wt Vv'ni Douglass, J W Fry), car- 
> III 3. 
'Ii - Cre-'k & Belingtou R R Co, 

i r tiease general supt. 
F^to^'in, Creek & Charleston R R Co. 

F t' iiease gen supt, L T Smith 

"■i Let ag'-nt. 
'{< hu -•(>'! Engle, drayage. 
r!i ' n -on .U^hue F. meats. 
f'o. 1 ^f n John, tinsmith. 
Flo- 1 ( uirh B B. cashier Belington Na- 

Gi I Li Bank. 
l< * fger Wra. tinsmith, 
il ^s. M M-ger. &. Dunham (Henry C 

i^.' -. nherger. John Dunham), har- 

nf >s 
Hu(ker lohn W, blacksmith. 
> I ij-,cour & Turner (Wm Scrim- 

,(- .1 John H Turner), hardware. 
■^erpi' ! George M. lumber. 
->ji(>iu() Daniel ^I. lumber. 
^luiolftt" Winfield S, feed. 
-^iPirha---^ W F. lan'ver and real estate. 
S.i'irh Rev H M ( .M E South). 
Snuih D T. ticket agent Roaring Creek 

«i^ Charleston R R Co. 
SmiGi''M B. plumber. 
Snirh ii Crow (A A Smith Jr, E D 

Cn)'\ I, general store. 
•^- ilup- ker Ct J, apiary. 
SuM<.ino James, truit. 
-JG-orher Ji'.mes W. physician. 
Sui'-ni r E, grocer. 
Tc^lm)n Robert L. civil engineer. 
T'x'ir Mi'voy. caritenter. 
I (> ' \ G A. dentist, 
Teter Floyd, President Belington Pub- 

1-1MI14 Co. 
ThoUia- W \V, agent West V^irgina 



Central & Pittsburg Ry and Adams 
E.v press Co. 

Tibbets Josiah P.. general store. 

"irahcrn J U. blacksmith. 

Traugh Charles W. baker. 

Jygart Valley Mineral & Oil Co of 
l^ittston Pa. V/m S Corbett land agt. 

Umbach Mrs Augusta, Proprietor 
Hotel Duzerne. 

United States Express Co, S E Con- 
nor agent, 

Valioy Grocery Co The, G W Ship- 
man pres, H B Shinn sec and treas. 

VanGordon & Hall (Gola VanGordon. 
Etta Hall), milliners. 

Viquesney Jules A. justice. 

Ward John W, general store. 

Ware E <^- Son (Elihu and Wm G), 
general store. 

Ware J Blackburn, lawver. 

'*v'."i vei- Coa! (Sc Coke Co. 

West Virginia Central & Pittsburg Ry, 
W W Th<;mas agent. 

Vliire Hotel, Mrs Isabel White propr. 

Wib-on ]*irs A H, milliner. 

Vvoodford Alonzo H. physician. 

W(K)df(>rd E Ta physician. 



BELLE. 

Population. l.')0. A postoffice on the 
K. v^ M Ry I Ohio Central Lines), in 
Kamwha county. 11 miles southeast of 
Charleston, the county seat and bank- 
irtg i;oint. and just across the Kana- 
wha river from Brownstown. on the 
C & O Ry. R F Reynolds postmaster. 

Afartin John, blacksmith. 
Martin Thomas, wagon maker. 
Reynolds R F, General Store. 



BELLEVILLE. 

Population. 225. On the Ohio rivef 
and B & O R R. in Wood county, IS 
miles southwest of Parkersburg, the 
county se?t and banking point, and 
111 from Wheeling. Has two churches 
and flouring and planing mills. Tele- 
phone connection. Exp. Adams. Tel, 
Postal. J F Chipperfield postmaster. 

Arnold G S. shoemaker. 

Belleville Millirg Co (B N Crooks. 

Lev\ is Viririn ). 
Billiard G T. sewing machines. 
Burdett Alexaiider. blacksmith. 
Casto C E T. physician. 
Casto D C. physician. 



tiiyraving bv Ail Processes. Printing of Every Description. 

Rsvvstiiorne Enyravinq & Printiny Conipany. 

ARROTT BUILDING, NO. 3 BARKER PLACE, PITTSBURG, PA. 



Reymann Brewing Co. 

Wheeling, West Va. 



Brewers of the Celebrated 
EXPORT, lAGER AIND 
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Chfpperfield J F, General Store, Plan- 
in i; Mill, Cooperage, etc. 

Ml Irir.*,-.h W R. iuinbor dealer. 

Malrolni Ilev F M (M E). 

Mitchell H & Bro, general store. 

()wiug.s J H, general store. 

Parker H, express agent. 

Shaw Robert, barber. 

Sheets iMrs S A, hotel. 

Shunway Elmer, justice. 

Smith & McDade, livery stable and 
general store. 

Ware Mrs C A, milliner. 



BELLTON. 

Population, 60. Also known as Den- 
ver Station, on the B & O R R, in Mar- 



shall county 



miles southeast o£ 



Moundsville. the county sr:i.t. and 36 
from Wheeling. Banking facilities at 
Cameron, 7 miles north, and Little- 
ton, 6 miles south. Telephone connec- 
tion. Exp, U S. Tel. W U. Thomas 
Campbell postmaster. 

CampbeU Thomas, Express, Railroad 

and Telegraph Agent. 
Grandon Bros, general store. 



BELMONT. 

Population, 500. A village on the 
Ohio river and the B & O R R, in 
Pleasants county, 3 miles southwest 
of St Marys, the county seat and 
banking point, and 27 from Parkers- 
burg. Telephone connection. Exp, 
Adains. Dan W Boss postmaster. 

Boss Dan W, Livery. 

Boss T N, justice. 

Cuponhaver A B. general store. 

Oibbs Dennis, contractor. 

(loins S, general store. 

Henson George F, r r and exp agent. 

Hudson Oil Co, machine shop. 



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FLEMING BROS. 

SALEM, - - W. VA. 



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Wrought Iron, Steel, Cast Iron Pipe. 
AGENTS CHAPMAN GATE VALVES. 

Cold Rolled Shafting. 

All Kiads of Irou and Steel CasTlngs. 

FARiVlERSBANKBIJILDIiNO, 

PITTSBURGH. 

Joy D M, wagon maker. 

Locke \V T, general store. 

Myers J B, hotel. 

Parr N A, produce and cattle shipper, 

Siiingloton E T, music teacher. 

Smitn Bros, general store. 



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BELVA. 

Population. 3.50. On the Gauley 
branch ot the C & O Ry and on the ^ ^ ^. 
Gauley river, in JoItVrson township, g ^ ^»^ 
Nichcjlas county. 2o miles west of "^^ c/> —^ 
Summersville, the county seat, and 43 =•* <, CX> 
from Charleston. Fayetteville is its « J° 
banking point. Tias Methodist and r; "^ ^ 
Baptist churches and two saw mills. Is S.' fc ^ 
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Gauley Bridge to Summersville. 
phone connection, iixp. Adams. 
Morris postmaster. 

Bell Creek Coal Co, coal miners, ship- 
pers and general store. 
Deitz Colliery Co, miners and shippers. ^ | c^ 

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Deitz George, physician. 
' Fitzv/ater A V, barber. 
I Gauley Head & Stave Co. 
I Hall E D, lumber manufacturers. 
I Hill D M, hotel. ^ 

: Hill Henry, saloon. o o "^ 

, Kincaid Emery, livery. g^ 3 HI 

Mahan Howard & C E, general store. § » ■; ?3 
Morris R A, produce and lumber and S w d*"^ 

express agent. " '^ 

Norton Mrs L C, milliner. 
Price R C, physician. S- S = > 

Rucker W S, carpenter. ^ ^ 1^ 2 

Vencill H G, lumber. p" 5* r 7^ 

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A station on tbe B & O 
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HAWKR & FRAME, 

FAIRMONT, W. VA. 



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U and B & O R R, in ]Mason county, 
> 11 miles south or Point Pleasant, the 
< county seat, and 6 from Gallipolis. 
, Z C>hio, the nearest banking point. 
^u^Z ^'^^^"''^'^ K Blackwood postmaster. 
Plarper John, blacksmith. 
Lusher Miss Mae, music teacher. 
Lusher O W, physician. 
Neale & Blackwood, General Store and 
Grist Mill. 



R. in Tyler county, 13 miles southwest 
of Middlebourne. the county seat, and 
4 from Friendly, the banking point. 
Telephone connection. Exp, Adams. 
Tel, \V U. J D Riggs postmaster. 

Barnhart D M. heavy hauling. 

Barnhart H, livery. 

Beagle John, blacksmith, 

Glancy J, express agent. 

Hanes L C. propr Hotel Winchester. 

.McKenuey G E. general store, 

Riggs J 0, Farmer. 

Weils James S, real estate. 

Wells S «fc Son, dairy. 






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BENNETT. 

A postofflce in Gilmer county, IG 
miles south of Glenville, the county 
seat and banking point, and 20 north- 
west of Sutton, the nearest shipping 
point. Mail, semi-weekly. 
Kennedy J D, general store. 



BENNETTS. 
A station on the B & O R R, in 

Lewis county, 18 miles south of Wes- 
ton. P O name is Kemper. 



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BENSON. 

Population. 430. A village in Har- 
rison county, 20 miles southwest of 
Clarksburg, the county seat and bank- 
ing point, and 11 Vg from Janelew, 
on the W Va C & P Ry, its shipping 
point. Telephone connection. Mail, 
daily. Amandaville D Bailey, post- 
master. 

Bailey A M, blacksmith. 
Bailey J B & Son. General Store. 
Barnett & Clemans, general store. 
Clemans A, apiary. 
Clemans T, hour mill. 
:\Iorris H. undertaker. 
Yorty C H, photographer. 



BENTON'S FERRY. 
Population, 5u0. On the B & O R R 
and Tygart Valley river, in Marion 

county, Vz miles southwest of Fair- 
mont, the county seat and banking 
point. Telephone connection. Exp, 
U S. Tel, W U. C J Thomas post- 
master. 

Blakemore John, barber. 

Dunn OvvfU, shoemaker. 

Koch Mrs Elizabeth, laundry-. 

Liliey George, sand. 

M alone Fred, news agent. 

Morris James, lumber. 

Thomas B F, carpenter. 

Thomas C J, Express and Railroad 

Agent. 
Tiiomas C L, physician. 
Tiiomas Chester, bicycles. 
Thomas E C, general store. 
Virginia & Pittsburg Coal & Coke Co. 



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BENS RUN. 

Population, 120. Formerly known 
as Josiah. On the Ohio I'iver and the 
Ohio River division of the B «fc O R 

THE ART SHOP. 

Cor. Quarrier and Hale, 
CHARLESTON, • W. VA. 



BENWOOD. 

Population, 5,000. A town located 
on the Ohio river, and on the B &' 
O R R, in Marshall county, across 
the river from Bellaire, Ohio, 4 miles 
from Wheeling and 7 from Mounds- 
ville, the county seat. This is the lo- 
cation of the large plants for the 
Riverside Iron Works and the Wheel- 
ing Steel ic Iron Co, both of Wheel- 
ing, and employing about 4,000 men. 
Has Catholic, German Lutheran and 
Methodist Episcopal churches, excel- 
lent school facilities. A weekly news- 
paper, The Enterprise, is published. 
The town has 1 miles of paved streets. 
an excellent sewerage system, and 
electrif cars connecting Wheeling and 
Bellaire. It has chemical works and 

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in West Vii-iriiiia. P^xp. Adams and 
r S. heU telephone. Tel. W U. Mrs 
("irrie Newton postniistress, 

A'iarns Express Co. J E Kempton agt. 

Alien iioiise, A H Bow and W W Hur- 
ley proprietors. 

AlN'n Thomas, restaurant. 

Allihiimas Simon, shoemaker. 

iJank of Ben wood. 

Barlow C A, physician. 

i'.artlebaugh F E. grocer. 

B'H'ker & Son (Jacob and Wm H), 
furniture. 

I {en wood Building & Loan Association. 

Benwood Enterprise The, Charles L 
Evans Proprietor. 

Bent Rev G W fM E). 

r.*niwood & McAlechen Electric Light, 
Heat & Power Co, Thomas Dugan 
pres, Charles Morgan sec, James 
Smith mngr. 

Bissett Hugh, jeweler. 

Boggs Run Hotel, John Ramsey propr. 

Burkhart Ellis, saloon. 

I?urris W C, druggist. 

Caniphell H P, physician. 

Chapman & Sprouts (Wm Chapman, 
Clark Sprouts), saloon. 

Deegan M & W (Michael F and Wm 
J), general store. 

Deegan Thomas P, grocer. 

Bolan Michael, grocer. 

Bo) an Peter, saloon. 

i>uBois J A, lumber dealer. 

Buggan Walter, grocer. 

Emergency Hospital, Dr L Eskey pro- 
prietor. 

Evans Charles L, Proprietor The Ben- 
wood Enterprise. 

Ferguson John B, builder. 

Furb»'e Geo W, city sergeant. 

Gitrdy M J, grocer. 

tiately Thomas, saloon. 

Grite.s O O, druggist. 

<iineland R M, glue mnfr. 

Girard Stephen, coal dealer. 

G'.oL^lein Louis, saloon. 

Gurmley Patrick, saloon. 

Baniugton Patrick, restaurant. 

Bavey Patrick, saloon. 

H«-aly R(jbert E, saloon. 

BiL'uins James, insurance agent. 

i!<«!Tman J B, grocer. 

HuM.>rman A <fe Co (Albert and Os- 
car), hay. grain and feed. 

nt.i(i,.rman Bros (N and Edward), gro- 
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PMONES, BELL 840 COURT. 
P. *c A. 701 M. 

WM, J. VVEIXEL, 

PROMOTER OF 

iirilWG PROPERTIES, 

314 FERGUSON BUILDING, 
PITTSBURG, PA. 



Holderniann Wm, saloon. 
■ Hotel Riverside, Paul Rigot propr. 

Huth Leo, physician, 

Jelierson Wm H, saloon. 

Kempton J E, agent Adams Exp Co. 

Lacey 1) A, real estate and notary. 

Lacey A O, justice. 

Leach Bros (John W and W B), gro- 
cers 
i Lineberger «& Hunter (John W Line- 
berger, Samuel J Hunter), grocers. 

Lubic John, saloon. 

McCreary & McCreary (3 C and R E), 
saloon. 

.McMillian Walter, grocer. 

Marshall John, proprietor Boggs Run 
I Hotel. 
I Marx Bros (Gus and Wm), saloon. 

Matthews Mrs Mary, boarding. 

xMitchell Miss Bessie, bakery. 
; Munas Samuel, saloon, 
'■ National Telephone Exchange, Wm C 
j Handlan manager. 
! Noel Claude, barber. 
' Noel E M, barber. 

O'Brien Timothy, confectionery. 
• O'Donnell Annie, confectionery. 

Oppenheimer Bros (Solomon and 
! Jacob), saloon. 

, Palace Furniture Co, Walter Burke 
I Manager. 

j Ploce Bros (John and Frank), con- 
; fectionery. 

' Quigley Mrs Emily, nurse. 
! Rayl H L, insurance agent. 
! Riddle Henry, justice. 
I Rigot Paul, propr Hotel Riverside. 

Rogerson Miss Nellie, grocer. 
; Rnpar M, grocer. 

Sands James, insurance agent. 

Schad Bros (Charles and Wm), meat 
ma rket. 

Schad & Gatho (Louis H Schad, Fred 
Gatho), saloon. 
j Schauo & Parker (Ed Schane. W C 
Parker), saloon. 



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Jonos J, hotel. 
Louther J C, carpenter. 
Meredith Fred, Livery. 
Meredith J E, hotel. 
Wagner , general store. 



Schemrich L G, bottling works. 
Schoit John, stock dealer. 
Seabrlglit Charles, horse dealer. 
Seabright & Lubic ( W T Seabright, 

John Lubic Jr), saloon. 
Shepard Thomas A. Mayor. 
Sinclair Jusiah, lawyer, real estaie and 

insurance. 
Smith J S, physician. 
Springer C L, agent U S Express. 
Scolz Peter, saloon. 
Truax & Chapman (J Truax and A 

Chapman), plumbers. 
VanCuren Mrs Maggie, confectionery 
Vverninger Rev J W »R C). 
Wheeling Bill Posting Co, Wheeling. 

(See adv.) 
Whiteside W H, constable. 
Wick M, grocer. 
Witt Lorenzo, confectioner. 
W^ilson O C, physician. 
Woody Henry, sheriff. 
Zgaznar Frank, saloon. 



j BERGOO. 

; A postofhce in Webster county, 10 
i miles east of Webster Springs, the 
I county seat, banking and shipping 
: point. Mail, serai- weekly. W G Ham- 
rick Jr ])ostraaster, general store and 
I live stock. 



BEREA. 

Population. 300. On the Hughes 
river, in Ritchie county, 12 miles 
southeast of Harrisville, the county 
seat and banking point, and 15 from 
I'ennsboro, the shipping point. Tele- 
phone connection. Stage daily to Har- 
risville. fare 50c. Mail, daily. Fred 
Meredith postmaster. 

Bee Allen, carpenter. 
Bee E, shoemaker. 
Bee E L grocer, d'^ntist and barber. 
Bee E J Jr, blacksmith. 
Bee Estey. physician. 
Kee Thomas, carpt-nter. 
Berea Mill Co. tlonr mill. 
Botson H. carpr-nter. 
Husk J M, general store and car- 
penter. 
Jett Erma, music teacher. 
Jones Rev. 



I BERKELEY SPRINGS. 

I The county seat of Morgan county, 
I is an incorporated town of 1,000 pop- 
■ ulation. located on the B S &- P branch 
. of the B & O R R. 140 miles west of 
I Baltimore and 25ti from Wheeling. It 
: has 8 churches, excellent schools, two 
I banks, planing mill, flour mill and 
i shovel and tool factory. Two news- 
I papers, the Morgan Messenger and the 
I News, are published. Has a good sys- 
I tem of water works, electric light 
' plant and an independent telephone 

system. It is widely known for its 
; famous warm springs (74 deg Fahr), 
I w^hich are much frequented by those 
I suffering from rheumatic and kindred 
i diseases. Exp. U S. Tel. W U. W 

H.Somers, postmaster, 

Adams Roh-ert, painter. 
Allen House, Mrs L Allen propr. 
Allen Lewis Jr, clerk Circuit Court. 
Allen R E, cashier Bank of Morgan 
County. 
I Allen Robert E, sheriff. 
I Allen Thomas W. saloon. 
' Ambrose & Bros (Charles P and Jo- 
seph J I, stoves. 
: Armstrong Emily, dressmaker. 

Atkinson Wn) T, farming implts. 
I Baker E M & Co (E M Baker, John 
{ Ream), flour mill. 
1 Bales Wm W. marble works. 
i Baltimore & Ohio Railroad, W T Ed- 
j miston agent. 

I Bank of Berkeley Springs (capital $25.- 
000). John T Siler pres, A M Men- 
denhall cashier. 
Bank of Morgan County The (capital 
$25,000). .[ohn J Hetzel pres, R K 
Allen cashier. 
Bayer Harry W. prosecuting attorney 
Be'chtol Agnes, t^^acher. 



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Deklers in Boilers. Engines, Cord- 
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lieciitol Li Hie, teacher. 

Borkeley Springs Baths, Jack & Unger 

le-^sees. 
Berkeley Springs Shovel, Stamping & 

Tool Co, George W Biser pres, S F 

Shelly sec. 

B»'rkeley Spring Water & Electric 
Light Works, Eugene VanRensselaer 
propr, Andrew H M Saitonstall man- 
ager. 

BLser G W. canner. 

Riser & Smith (George W Biser, James 
F Smith), general store. 

Bohrer Henry, mu'seryman. 

Boone & Hunter (John T Boone, 
James D Hunter), general store. 

Brady Wm H, liverj'. 

Brings Rev Charles S (A ]M E). 

Buchanan Edith, teacher. 

Buzzerd John H. justice. 

Buzzerd Simon S, propr Morgan Mes- 
senger. 

easier Charles E, general store. 

Catlett House. Mrs J F Catlett propr. 

Coughlin Hettie. teacher. 

Coughlin Peter J. justice. 

Crosfield Wm. planing mill. 

Cro.ss Daisy B. milliner. 

Cross George W, county commissioner. 

Diwson Irvin A, canner. 

Dawson Thomas H B & Son (Thomas 
H R and Irvin A), insurance. 

Disher Henry W & Son (Henrj^ W 
and Wm F). drugs. 

r><jnahoe Rev Charles (R C). 

Duekwall Rev J McCarthy, lawyer. 

Dunn Daniel, proprietor Hotel Dunn. 

Edmiston Wm T. agent B & O R R, 
U S Exp and W U Tel. 

Ei'-helberger H W, meats. 

Fairfax Inn, S F Shelly propr. 

Faulkner E Boyd, judge Circuit Court, 
P O Martinsburg. 

Fi^dds J Frank, mngr W Va Sand Co. 

Fries J X, prin of schools. 

Fry Lewis J, city recorder. 

(•ilbert & Allen (C B Gilbert, T W 
Alien), canners. 

Giipin George E, physician. 

<'^reat Cacapon Silica Sand Co. 

C>r.*'nway Cemetery Association. 
I>>wis J Fry. manager. 

Harmison M S. county clerk. 

Hawvermale Clarence R, deputy 
>^heriff. 

Hriwvormale James W. live stock. 
Hawvermale Joseph P, general store. , 

Marsliallirsiness Collep 

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Hei'bert J E, dentist. 

Hetzel John J, pres Bank of Morgan 

County. 
Hobday X Howard, shoemaker. 
Hotel Dunn. Daniel Dunn proprietor. 
Hott Rev George P (U B). 
Hovermale Samuel J. blacksmith. 
Howard Aaron, barber. 
Hunter Charles E, undertaker. 
Hunter Charles L. confectioner. 
Hunter Mrs J S, dressmaker. 
Hunter John H, physician. 
Hunter John W, carpenter. 
Hunter Romanus. wagon maker. 
Jack & L'nger, lessees Berkeley 

Sprin^^s Baths. 
Jacques George ^^', painter.. 
Jenkins Wm. barber. 
Johnson Benjamin F, meats. 
Johnson Charles W. general store, 
Johnson's J W Sons (Vernon and 

Ernest), general store. 
Johnston Ernest, physician. 
Kesecker Mrs M E. milliner. 
Largent Lewis, county coroner, P O 

Paw Paw, 
Lawyer Peter R, jeweler. 
Lutman C B, constable. 
Lutman George B, drayage. 
McCaffrey Pearl, teacher. 
Martin Rev D H (M E). 
Mendenhall A M. cashier Bank of 

Berkeley Springs. 
:Michael Howard, restaurant. " 
Morgan Messenger, S S Buzzerd propr. 
Morgret Abner, grocer. 
Munson Daniel B. county assessor. 
Xev.'s The, X S D Pendleton propr. 
Xolte Conrad, shoemaker. 
Pear.son Rev C C ( P E). 
Ppndleton X S D, proprietor Daily 

Xews and real estate. 
Phillips J H Sons. liveiT- 
Phillips & Hawvermale (J H Phillips, 

J P Hawvermale), canners. 



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Poole & iMrlntire (X Poole, A C Mc- 

Intire), lawyers. 
Peterson C O F. barber. 
Potter U S G. coimty siipt schools. 
Rice Eli L, county commissioner, P O 

Rock Gap. 
Ri-'l^etts Ppv J R rEvanzelican. 
Rockwell W A. canner. 
Saltonptall Andrew H M, real estate 

and iiisiirancp. 
Sampsell Rev W K fU B). 
Shelly S F, propr Fairfax Inn. 
Shelly Stephen F, industrial promoter. 
Slier .T Hammond, lawyer. 
Siler John T, pros Baijk of Berkeley 

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Smith Edsar L, dentist. 
Somers Wm H, postmaster. 
Sprins: View House, ^trs J M Ziler 

proprietor. 
Sv.-nnk Rev E H (Evangelical). 
Trimble .John W, saloon. 
United States Express Co, W T Ed- 

miston aeent. 
VanArsdall M A, county suryeyor, P 

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VanGosen C E. wagon m.aker. 
Webster Wm H. notary public. 
Weiss Henry Tj. ice dealer. 
West Virginia Sand Co, J Frank Fields 

manager. 
^YP'^tern Union Telegraph Co, W T 

Ed mis ton agent. 
Whisner Mary, teacher. 
Widmeyer Peter S. general store. 
Young W H, contractor. 
Ziler George S, saloon. 
Ziler Mrs J M, propr Spring View 

House. 




BERLIN. 

Population. 100. A village on Hack- 
er's creek, in Lewis county. 7 miles 
east of Weston, the county seat and 
banking point, and ."H from Jane- 
lew, its shipping point. It has a 



t innery and grist mill, and a Metho- 
dist Protestant church. Telephone 
c r;;iiKv-tifui. Mail, daily. J K P Max- 
son j)ostmaster. 

Bush A B, physician. 

Cains A J. barlier. 

Fprmers Co-Operative Co, D T All- 

m?n manager. 
Fr^^v/ell F W, painter and paper 

hanger. 
Hinzmnn Florence, music teacher. 
Hinznian J L. constable. 
Hinzman P G. flour mill and notary. 
Hinzman W G, district assessor. 
Jones J E. wagon maker. 
Uawson P E. artist. 
Maxson J K P, Notary, Blacksmith and 

Machinist. 
Morrison Mrs Ha r tie C, milliner. 
Swisher Bros, butchers. 
Swisher Edv.-ard, general store. 
Sw-isher J B. carpenter. 
Swisher W O. tanner. 
Swisher 8c Boram. slate roofing. 
Taylor Francis, justice. 



BERNARDS TOWN. 

A country postoffice in Webster 
county, 8 miles east of Webster 
Springs, the county seat and nearest 
bank location. Diana on the H R & 
A R R is its shipping point. Mail, 
semi-weekly. 

Hamrick S B. general store. 



BERNIE. 
A country postofhce in Lincoln coun- 
ty, 10 miles southeast of Hamlin, the 
county seat, 22 from Hurricane, the 
banking point, and 22 from St Albans, 
its shipping point. Mail, tri-weekly. 
A Elkins postmaster. 

Abbott Z C, music teacher. 

Angle O A. blaclcsmith. 

p]gnor Josiah. live stock. 

Elkins Albert, General Store. 

Elkins H H. carpenter. 

Estop R B, justice. 

Grass W A, blacksmith. 

.lefferson Epline, carpenter. 

.[ell John K, meats. 

McKinloy Band. 

Sp.orvy Rev James H. 

Sperry Theodore, music teacher. 



W. D. SELL, Civil and Mining Engineer. 



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BERRYBURG. 

Population. 900. On the B & O R 
K. in Barbour county, G miles nortli- 
west of Philippi. the county seat and 
Ixinkinsj point. Telephone connection. 
A M Corothers postmaster. 

Arbogast Rev John (U B). 
Berryburg Supply Co, A M Corothers 

Manager. 
Bryan J L. grocer and livery. 
Cohen A, general store. 
Harry C O, exp. r r and tel agent. 
Mason Rev J F. 
Poling L W, justice. 
Robinson L D, general store. 



BERT. 

Population. 30. A village in Tyler 
county, 6 miles south^-est of :Middle- 
bourne, the county seat and banking 
point, and 12 from Sistersvllle. its 
shipping point. Telephone connection. 
Mail, daily. C E Morris postmaster. 

Baker J E, grist mill. 

Barrett Isaac, wagon maker. 

Gorrell Mrs ^laggie, millinery. 

Gorrell "W R. carpenter. 

Hadley James H, blacksmith. 

Kelch H T, blacksmith, wagon maker 
and barber. 

Lawson Harvey, constable. 

Little Sancho Cornet Band, W R Gor- 
rell instructor. 

Morris C E, General Store. 

Tustin C P. justice. 

Welch Wm. saw mill. 

Woodburn Wm A, general store. 



BETH. 

A recently established postofnce in 
Kanawha county. 



BETHANY. 

Population, GOO. An incorporated 
town on Buffalo creek, in Brooke coun- 
ty. 7 miles southeast of Wellsburg, 
the county seat, shipping and banking 
point, and 16 from Wheeling. Has 
Christian and Methodist Episcopal 
churches, and is the seat of Bethany 
College, one of the old est. and b*"'st- 
known institutions of learning in the 
State. Telephone connection. Stage. 
thrice daily to We])s])urg. fare oO 
cents. Mail, daily. W G Jones post- 
master. 



Bethany College, T E Cramblet pres. 

Bethany Collegian. 

Bryte L Ti, tailor. 

Bryte L L (t Son. gardeners. 

Central District & Printing Telegraph 

Co. Fowler Sisters operators. 
Cral't A C, plasterers. 
Craft Wm, hotel. 

Cramblet T E. pres Bethany College. 
B^jwler Sisters, proprs Fowler Hotel. 
Gibson John. IViayor and General Store. 
Green J F, books. 
Hukill George, livery. 
Jones Bros, general store. 
Jones Robert E, physician. 
Jones Wm G, General Store. 
Lauck Bessie, music teacher. 
Lauck F H, shoemaker. 
Laurk Fred, mason. 
L,au'"-k Simon, harness. 
T-o.vis Wm H, painter. 
Lockhart ^Nlrs J B, dressmaker. 
Fockhart Josiah B, insurance. 
Mahan John, carpenter. 
Martin Charles, carpenter. 
Martin John W, blacksmith. 
Moore Annie, dressmaker, 
^loos Jean, music teacher. 
]^Jorris L L, baker. 
Owens Finley. butcher. 
Pliilabaum John, blacksmith. 
Pettiard W^aid, carpenter. 
Ranch Hotel. Mack Trummer propr. 
Rndgers J P. justice. 
Rodgers F & J, live stock. 
Suddoth Frank, mason. 
Trummer Mack, propr Ranch Hotel. 
Wells Mrs Belle, dressmaker. 
Welsh John, painter. 
West Virginia Christian, W J Yoho 

propr. 
Whitsett John, baker. 
William Frank, barber. 
Willis Herbert, carpenter. 
Woolery Mrs L K, music teacher, 
voho W J, propr W Va Christian. 



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Population, 100. A village in Mer- 
cer county. 9 miles south of Prince- 
ton, the county seat, 4 from Bluefield, 
the nearest banking point, and 2 from 
Ada. on the N & W Ry, its shipping 
point. Telephone connection. Mall, 
daily. W^arren J Lester, postmaster. 

Bailey R H. live stock. 

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BEURY. 

Population. 50O. A village on tlie 
New River and on ri;.o C & O Ry. in 
Fayette county, 12 miles south of Fay- 
etteville, the county ?eat and banking 
point, and 58 from Charleston. Tele- 
phone connection. Exp. Adams. H B 
Beury, postmaster. 

Beury H B, Express Agent. 

Beury J E, mine sunerintendent. 

Beman C E, rail roar! agent. 

Davis R T. plvr^iciau. 

Echo Coal & Coive Co. 

Grafton Edwin, meats. 

Guthrie A S, deputy sheriff. 

Huntzinger H \V. civil engineer. 

O'Connor jMartin. shoemaker. 

Simms & Hannan. beer bottlers and 

liquors. 
Tidmble Lee, mason. 



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BEVERLY. 

With 600 population, is an incorpo- 
rated town. 7 miit'S south of Elkins, 
situated on the Tyg-art Valley river, 
and on the W Va C & P Ry, in R^m- 
dolph county, of which it was untiF 
recently the county seat. It has Meth- 
odist and Presbyterian churches, a 
graded public school, a bank, saw and 
flour mills. Large ciuantities of tan 
bark are shipped from this place. Exp, 
Adams. Tel, W Va Central. Wm H 
Rohrbaugh postmaster. 

Baker Isaac & Son (Isaac and Stark 

L), flour mill. 
Baker Wm E. lawyer. 
Ball Marshall, drayman. 
Barlow Andrew D, general store. 



Beverly Bank (capital $25,000), Dr 

H Yokum pres, Cecil L Crickard 

cashier. 
Blake Rev A C (M P). 
Bosvvorth Squire N. general store and 

justice. 
Brown Thomas P R. lawyer. 
Buckey Alplieus, propr Valley Hotel. 
Biickey George W, propr Buckey 

House. 
Buckey Wirt, painter. 
Biitcher Laura & Hart, milliners. 
Caplinger Rizpath, teacher. 
Channel] .John H, grocer. 
Collett P, general store. 
Crawford Kent B, live stock. 
Crickard Patrick, pres County Court, 

P O Crickard. 
Curry A Watson, jeweler. 
r)aniel^ Martha, dressmaker. 
Danieis Mary, dressmaker. 
Daniels Oliver C, constable. 
Daniels Page C, livery. 
DeWitt John H, blacksmith. 
Dreppard J W & Son (John W and 

Henry C), blacksmiths. 
Fallen Rev Wm (M E). 
Fowler L R, prin public school. 
Fight John, saloon. 
Fritchwater Clay, Blacksmith and 

Mayor. 
Goddin Jesse W, county commissioner, 

P O Elkins. 
Graham Rev Wm F (A M E). 
Greynojds L D & Co (Louis D and 

George Greynolds), harness. 
Greynolds Lera B, teacher. 
Greynolds Lew, lawyer. 
Hart W C, constable. 
Hartsaw Loman, grocer. 
Haseltine D D, lumber. 
High Loren. dry goods. 
Howdy shell A H, carpenter. 
Hiits(m Nathan F. ticket and exjj agt. 
Jaber Allie. general store. 
Kittle Leland, lawyer. 
Lutz David E, lumber. 
McLauj2:hlin Lindley B, justice. 
Pritt Hadden, music teacher. 
Rohrbaugh M B, general store. 
Rohrbaugh Wm H, Postmaster. 
Rowan A C. justice. 
Rowan Stark A, deputy county clerk. 
Russell House. I<ia Russell propr. 
Strader L D & J F (Lorenzo D and 

Judson F). lawyers. 
Suir«M- Jaroh B. blapk.smith. 
Sailes, Hanlon & Bosworth, lumber. 



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Tbmripson J F, physician. 

Wamsley David, teacher. 

Wanisley .Tared T). lawyer. 

Ward J bay less, lawyer. 

Weber Charles N. painter. 

Wees Walter, barber. 

White W C Lumber Co. 

Williamson Harry J, live stock. 

Wilson Nelson, clerk Countv Court. 

Wilson W H & Co (Wra H Wilson. 

Fred L Leonard, Frank M White), 

general store. 
Woodward B F & Co (E F Woodward, 

R B Harris), sreneral store. 
Yokum George W & Son (George W 

and Humboldt), physicians. 
Yokum H & B (Humbodt and Bruce), 

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BIAS. 
Population, 100. A village In Mingo 
county, 12 miles northeast of William- 
son, the county seat and banking 
point, and 12 from Lenore on the 
N & W Ry, its shipping point. Mail, 
semi-weekly. Thomas B. Farley post- 
master. 

Curry L V S, teacher. 
Farley H H, physician. 
Farley James, physician. 
Farley Jefferson, teacher. 



BIER. 
A station on the W Va C & P Ry. 
in Mineral sounty, ii miles southwest 
of Cumberland, Md. 



BIG BATTLE. 

A postoffice in Doddridge county, 
17 miles northeast ot West Union, the 
county seat and banking point, and 4 
from Wallace, the shipping point. 
Mail, semi-weekly. John S Downs 
postmaster. 

Davison C E, blacksmith. 
Downs & Hutson, General Store. 
Ford J W, liiml)er dealer. 
Freeman Homer, physician. 
Yarkey A, music teacher. 



BIGBEND. 

Population. 150. Also known as 
Brooksville. On the Little Kanawha 
river, in Calhoun county, 8 miles north- 
west of Granisville, the county seat 
and banking prnnt, 7^2 from Creston. 



the nearest shipping point, and 42 
from Parkersbiu'g. Telephone con- 
nection. Stage daily to Creston and 
Grantsville. fare 75 cents. Mail, daily. 
S G Rogers postmaster. 

Blackshere H C & Co, flour mill. 

Buck A. hotel. 

Hickman R F & Son, blacksmiths, 

wagon makers and hardware. 
Knight H S. general store. 
Landon John, hotel. 
Rogers S G, Justice and Druggist. 
Stump S L, general store. 
White 1 C. piiysiciau. 



BIG BEND. 

A station on the Hunr.ington divi- 
sion of the C & O Ry, in Fayette coun- 
ty. 35 miles from Hinton. P O name 
is Dimmock. 



BIG BUFFALO. 

A discontinued postoiTice in Harri- 
son county. Mail to \\ olf Summit. 



BIG ISAAC. 

Population, 100. A village in Dod- 
dridge county. 18 miles from West 
Union, the county seat, and 8 from 
Salem, the shipping and banking town. 
Telephone connection. Mail, daily. J 
W Ward postmaster. 

Bennett S. general store. 
Mud kins B I, physician. 
Morris C E. justice. 
Siussar D R. general store. 
Slussar Mrs D R, music teacher. 



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BIG MOSES. 

Popnlation, 100. A village on In- 
dian ciet^k, in Tyler county. 10 miles 
sontlieast of Middleboiirne. the county 
sear ?nl bnnkin.s: point, and 20 from 
SL-tei's vine, the shipping point. Tel- 
ephone connection. Mail, daily. F B 
Furbee postmaster. 

American Oil Dev Co. 
Furbee T B, General Store. 
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BIG OTTER. 

Populatic^n. 50. A coimtiT postoffice 
in Clay county, 15 miles north of Clay, 
the county seat, banking- and shipping 
point. Telephone connection. Stage 
daily to Ivydale. tare $1. Mail, daily. 
J ^I Boggs postmaster. 

Boggs Byrcn, live stock. 

Bcggs Ed L, live stock and lumber 

dealer. 
Boggs Fred, general store. 
Boggs Guy. blacksmith. 
Boggs J M, Real Estate, Timber and 

Coal. 
Douglas M S. justice. 
D-.ugias M S & Co, saw mill. 
Hyer .J M, saw mill. 
Moore O A, constable. 



BIG Q. 

A station on the Laurel Creek 
branch of the C & O Ry, in Fayette 
county. 5 miies from Quinnimont. 



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BIG RUN. 

In Marshall county. See Wells. 



Welch, the county seat and banking 
point. 



BIG SPRINGS. 
Population, 50. A village in Cal- 
houn county. 7 miles north of Grants- 
ville, t!ie county seat and banking 
point, and 17 miles from Macfarland, 
v.-liich. with Grantsville, are its ship- 
ping points. Stages daily to Harris- 
ville and Grantsville. Mail, daily. 
Frank Radabaugh postmaster. 

Hickman U S G, blacksmith. 

Jackson W PI, agent. 

l^.Iartin H, constable. 

Ritchie G W, justice. 

Smith Robert, cabinet maker. 

Wih-^on F S, general store and notary. 



BINOLA. 

A postoffice in Wood county, 14 
miles southwest of Parkersburg, the 
county seat, and 3 from Harris Ferry, 
iis shipping point. ]\Iail, tri-vv^eekly. 
M C Wigal postmaster. 



BIRCH RiVER. 

Population. 100. A village on river 
of same name in Nicholas county. 19 V2 
miles north of Summersville, the coun- 
ty seat, and 1(3 from Sutton, the usua,i 
shipping and banking point. Mail, 
daily. J N Dodrill postmaster. 

i Bays E M, planing mill. 

■ Brown R J, physician. 
; Davis G'-^orge D, justice. 
! Edwards & Robertson (Frank Ed- 
> wards, G Robertson), shoemakers. 

Frame E S, hotel. 
1 Frame Etta, music teacher. 
i Henderson & Henderson, general 
! store. 

! Robertson Emmett, blacksmith. 
I Scott A F & Co, general store. 
j Tinnel Joseph, cabinet maker. 
! Tinnel & B'rame (Morgan Tinnel, S 
i Frame), grist mill. 



BIG SANDY. 

A postoffice on the N &: W Ry, in 
McDowell county, 12 miles west of 



BIRD. 

A country postoffice in Tyler county, 
7 miles norrheast of Middlebourne. the 
county se.nt. and 7 from New Martins- 
ville, the shipping point. Banking fa- 
cilities at both places. Telephone con- 
nection. Mail, daily. G W Glen- 
dening postmaster. 



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Fl'iliarty Osrar. school teacher. 
Gfendening G W & Son, General Store. 
H'iiris B F, nursery agent.. 
Wetzel Joweph, blacksmith. 
Wilson R M, carpenter. 



BISMARCK. i 

A farmers postoffice in Grant county, I 
2."t miles aorthwest of Petersburg, the ■ 
county seat, 12 from Gorman Md, the : 
shipping point, and 23 from Keyser, : 
tiie nearest banking point. :Mail, daily, i 
M F Cosner postmaster. ; 

Cosner Aaron F, blacksmith. 

Cosner J J, carpenter. ; 

Cosner Rev John T (German Baptist). 

Cosner M F, Saw Mill. 

Markwood & Schaeffer, general store. ; 



BLACKBURN. 

A postofRce in Gilmer county, 12 
miles east of Glenville, the county 
seat and banking point, and 7 from 
Confluence, the shipping point. Mail 
by special supply. 



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BLACK CAT. 

A station on the Huntington divi- f" ^^^ 
sion of the C & O Ry, in Kanawha 
county. 



BISSELL. 

A discontinued postoffice in Fayette 
county. Send mail to Thurmond. 



BLACK. 

A postoffice in Mercer county, 20 
miles northwest of Princeton, the 
county seat and banking point, and 12 
from Cephas, the shipping point. Mail 
by special supply. James C Burton 
postmaster. 

Akers W B, blacksmith. 
Burton James C, general store. 
Fletcher A J, general store. 
I.isk Gideon, saw^ and grist mill. 
Shrewsbury J H, general store. 



BLACKHAWK. 

Population, 85. A village in Kana- 
wha county, on the K & M Ry, and 
on the Kanawha river, 2 miles from 
Charleston, the county seat, and bank- 
ing point. Telephone connection. 
Charles E West postmaster. 

Gardner S M, general store. 
Lawrence J B. mine foreman. 
Meadows Thomas, blacksmith. 
Robertson E H, mine supt. 
Stalnaker George, carpenter. 
West Charles E, General Store and 
Coal Mining. 




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BLACK OAK. 

A station on the W Va C & P Ry. 
in Mineral county. 16 miles southwest 
of Cumberland, Md. 



BLACK BAND. 
A station on the Huntington division 
of the C & O Ry, in Kanawha county, 
;" miles from Charleston. P O name is 
Chilton. 



BLACK BETSY. 

Population. 450. Formerly known 
as Queen City. A mining town in Put- 
nam county, on the K & M Ry, and 
on the Kanawha river, 6 miles south- 
^■'ast of Winfield, the county seat and 
banking point. Telephone connection. 
Hxp, U s. Tel, W U. T W Woodward 
l^straaster. 

Black Betsy Coal & Mining Co, F L 

Tyree pres and general manager. 
Slaughter Rev J (U B). 



BLACKSVILLE. 

Population, 275. On Dunkard creek, 
in Monongalia county, 20 miles north- 
west of Morgantown. the county seat, 
and 13 from Waynesburg, Pa., the 
nearest banking and shipping point. 
Telephone connection. Stage daiiy to 
Waynesburg, fare $2 round trip. Mail, 
daily. Caroline V Fletcher postmis- 
tress. 

Burk Thomas, barber. 

Cartwright J W. jeweler. 

Clark D C, dentist. 

Clovis M L, flour mills. 

Emery C T, Notary and Mayor. 

Hail L L, physician. 

Hoskinson J S. painter. 

Howard G H. general store. * 

Lantz Estella V, general store. 

Lantz R S. farm implements and 

planing mill. 
McNeely Bros, hardware. 
Martin Moses, carpenter. 
Miller T PI, physician. 






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Phillips George W. physician. 
Rose Jasper & Sons, blacksmiths. 
Sine Rezin W. county commissioner. 
Straight Lee. hotel and livery. 
Strosnider Maggie, hotel. 
ThoxTias L L. real estate. 
Thomas L L & Co, planing mill. 
Thomas W H, harness. 
Wells Jacob & Sons, blacksmiths. 
Yost F J, druggist. 



I CI lite Leslie, lumber. 

! Feamster Charles, carpenter. 

I Feamster John, live stock. 

I Feamster S AV N, live stock. 

' George J C. teacher. 

' lierne Robert, blacksmith. 

I Lewis H A, live stock. 

Lewis Rev J H (Presbyterian), 
1 Miller Nannie, music teacher. 
I Miller S B, blacksmith. 



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BLAINE. 

Population, SOO. On the W Va C 
<fc P Ry, in Mineral county, 23 mi'es 
southwest ot Keyser. the county seat, 
and 18 from Piedniv^nt, the nearest 
banking point. Exp, Adams. R A 
Smith postmaster. 

Bxler S S. ccnifectioner. 

Blaine Mercantile Co, general store. 

Devall Mrs A W, milliner. 

Kitzmiller Supply Co, grain. 

Pool G J, woolen mill. 

Smith R A, General Store. 

Smitt H B, general store. 



BLANDVILLE. 

Population, 42. A village in Dod- 
dridge county, 5 miles southeast of 
West Union, the county seat and bank- 
ing town, and 3 from Smithton, the 
nearest shipping point. Telephone 
connection. Mail, daily. A C Bland 
postmaster. 

Bland A C, General Store. 
Bland L J, notar^^ 
Hess Peter, blacksmith. 
Kelley S E, carpenter. 
Lowther E L, constable. 
Sutton A, carpenter. 









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BLENNERHASSETT. 

Population, Si). A village on the 
Ohio river and the B cSi: O R R. in 
Wood county. 2% miles west of Par- 
kersburg. the county seat and banking 
point. James B Sams postmaster. 

Chapman Amos, barber. 
Dyke A S, cattle dealer. 
Gordon A W, grain dealer. 
Johnson Charles, carpenter. 
Johnson Walter, carpenter. 
Osburn P'ayette, carpenter. 
Ramsey E M, grain dealer. 
Romine Fred, music teacher. 
Turner Duncan, grain dealer. 
Sams James B. Broom Maker. 
Seffens Roger, plasterer. 



BLAKER MILLS. 

Population. 20. A small village on 
Mill creek, in /ireenbrier county, 12 
miles southwest of Lewisburg. the 
county seat, and 4 northeast of Alder- 
son, the nearest banking and shipping 
point. Telephone connection. Mail, 
daily. J A Blakor postmaster. 

Anderson S W, live stock. 
Argabrite J M, live stock. 
Blaker J A, Grist Mill. 
Blaker J L. general store. 



I BLOOM. 

i A station on the West Virginia Short 
I Line of the B <fe O R R, in Harrison 
I county, 4714 miles southeast of Brook- 
lyn. 



BLOOMERY. 
Population. \^*k In Hampshire coun- 
»ty, 28 miles east of Romnoy. the coun- 
ty seat. 17 from Paw Paw. the nearest 
shipping point, and 21 from Winches- 
ter Va. the banking point. Mail, daily. 
O Peasmaker postmaster. 



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Kelley I P, tanner. 
Michael E W, general store, 
pt^asmaker Offutt. general store. 
Slonaker E F, insulator pins. 



BLOOMINGTON. 

Population, 30. A postoffice in 
Roane county, 25 miles south of Spen- 
cer, the county seat and banking point. 
and 12 northeast of Clendenin. its 
shipping point. Mail, daily. 



BLUE. 
Population. 300. A village in Tyler 
county, 7 miles southeast of Middle- 
bourne, county seat and banking point, 
and 16 from Sistersville, the shipping 
point. Telephone connection. Mail, 
daily. S Waters postmaster. 

Burrows O K, barber. 
Coleman Charles, blacksmith. 
Deloe H B silversmith. 
Furbee & Walse, general store. 
Keiter S P, meat market. 
Waters M W, general store. 
Waters & Weekley, General Store. 
Wieble Frank, hotel. 



BLUE CREEK. 
Population, 100. A village on Elk 
river and C C & S R R. in Kanawha 
county, 13 miles northeast of Charles- 
ton, the county seat and banking point. 
Telephone connection. Exp, Adams. 
Tel, W U. George F Osborne post- 
master. 

Cart C A & Son, general store. 

Copenhaver J H, live stock. 

Hoover Thomas, saw and grist mills. 

Hughes C E, justice. 

Keeling J L, general store. 

Keeten George W, blacksmith. 

Osborne & Copenhaver, General Store. 

Price A E, general store and justice. 

Price James A, grist mill. 

Shanklin W C. r r, exp and tel agent. 

Shawver Henry, carpenter. 



BLUEFIELD. 

Population. lO.Oi'O. A prosperous 
city on the N & W Ry, in Mercer 
county, situated in the center of the 
richest coai fields of the State, LI 
miles from Princeton, the county seat. 
Bluefield is th^-* shipping headquarters 
for the Pocahontas, Flat Top. Tug 



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River and Clinch Valley coal regions, S" 
making it a thriving business center. CO 
More coal is t^hipped via this city ^^ 
than any point in the State. There ■— ^ 
are located here. 5 banks, 1 daily and ma 
2 weekly papers. 5 hotels, a flouring ^ 
mill, a brewery and a grain elevator. ^ 
an extersive iron works and the rail- ^ 
road I'epair shops.' These industries was 
turrish employment to a great num- wg 
ber of mechanics who are residents ^ 
here. The city is lighted by electric- o3 
ity, has a modern sewerage system. S 
local and long distance telephone ser- 
vice. 9 churches, a Y M C A. and ex- gm 
cedent free and private schools. Blue- ^m 
field is a distiibuting point for an ex- "w 
tensive mining territory and a large ^ 
wholesale and jobbing business is -« 
transacted, covering nearly every ^ 
branch of trade. A great quantity of ^ 
limiber is manufactured and a large 
supply of building material is annually ^ 
placed upon the market. The growth ^ 
of the city has been rapid and it ^ 
promises to become a shipping and ^_*g 
manufacturing point of note. It is ^^ 
the iieadquarters of three divisions of 
N & W Ry. Exp. Sour hern. Tel. W 
L'. H I s'hott postmaster. 

Aaron Samuel, shoes. 

Akers J T & Co (James T Akers, W 
T Oliver), general store. 

Alexander Wm F, cashier The Citizens 
Bank of Bluefteld. 

Amburgey Jasper N. confectioner. 

American Smelting & Refining Co. F 
S Easley fuel agent. 

Anderson John M. pros attorney. 

Anderson & Easley (John M Anderson. ^ "y^ 
David i[ Easley), lawyers. ^ |«|<a^ 

Armour & Co (Chicago), wholesale i— «; 
meats. 

Atkinson George W, saloon. 

Atwater Wm C & Co (New York City), 
C L Border mngr. 

Bailey Charles A, constable. 

Baird O B. laundry. 

Baker Jacob, saloon. 

Baldwin Denison B. Real Estate and 
Lands. (See adv.) 

Baldwin Detecti\,e Agency (of Roan- 
oke. Va). T L ?\>lts superintendent. 

Bandy Samuel R. Manager Hotel Cen- 
tral. (Set' adv.) 

Bandy & Samett (Samuel R Bandy, N 
X Samett). Proprietors Hotel Ceii- 



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Banks & Chatwell (Sidney J Banks, 
Jacob S Chatwell), racket store. 

Barboursville & Cumberiand Gas & 
Oil Co, D E Johnston pres, E T 
Oliver sec. 

Eauman & Lugar (H P Bauman, C A 
Liigar.). Proprietors Bluefield Jew- 
elry Co. (See adv.) 

Becker Coal & Feed Co (Thomas H 
Becker, A S and A B Booker), flour, 
feed and coal. 

Belcher Grocery Co, J I Davis mngr. 

Bi£^ Four Coal & Coke Co. Wm H Coff- 
man pres, S B Coffman sec and 
treas. 

Black Fred L, dentist. 

Block Ben S, men's furnishings. 

Bluefield Bakery Co, M W Sterne Pro- 
prietor. ( See adv.) 

Biuefield Book & Stationery Co, P D 
Rice pres. J T DeWitt sec and treas. 

Bluefield Brewing Co. 

Bluefield Building & Loan Assn, David 
E Johnston pres, G M McCulloch 
sec. 

Bluefield Coal & Coke Co, David E 
Johnston pres, C B Bell sec, H Ar- 
cher Mitchell treas. wholesale ship- 
pers of ccal and coke. 

Bluefield Colored Institute. Hamilton 
Hatter principal. 

Bluefield Daily Telegraph (Every Day 
Except Monday). Hugh Ike Shott 
Publisher and Proprietor. (See 
adv.) 

Bluefield Furniture Co. C B Hancock 
pres. D W Hancock sec. 

Bluefield Grocery Co, R E Lazenby 
v-pres, E E Carter sec and treas, G 
\V Lazenby gen mngr, wholesale 
gi'ocers. 

Bluefield Hardware Co. J W Ruff pres. 
R C Biackstock sec, wholesale hard- 
ware. 



Bluefield Inn, E O Sloan Proprietor. 

(See adv.) 
Bluefield Jewelry Co (H P Bauman. 

C A Lugir), Jewelers and Musical 

Merchandise. (See adv.) 
Bluefield Land & Title Co, R C Mc- 

Claugherty pres, C A Johnston 

v-pres, George S Strader sec and 

treas. 
Bluefield Lumber Co, E L Bailey pres, 

P J Kelly sec-treas. 
Bluefield Marble Works, Hall & Noel 

Proprietors. (See adv.) 
Bluefield Mercantile Co, Hancock &^ 

Jamerson proprs, diw goods. 
Bluefield Printing & ^Manufacturing 

Co, C O "Wright pres. H N White 

sec. proprs Inter-States Advertiser. 
Bluefield Produce & Commission Co, 

Mason, Speiden & Hoge proprs, 

Harry Charlton mngr. 
Bluefield Sanitarium (J P Fox M D, 

W H St Clair M D. T E Perr>- M D). 
Bluefield Telephone Co, D E Johnston 

pres. W^ P Hawley sec and treas. 
Bluefield Water Works &, Improve- 
ment Co, Wm McCarthy supt. 
Bodeil Wm A. Manager West Virginia 

Heating & Plumbing Co. 
Bolin & Bruce (F Alexander Bolin, 

John A B Bruce), general store. 
Bond E. general store. 
Borden Feed Co, L E Borden mngr, 

groceries and feed. 
Border C L, mngr Wm C Atwater & 

Co. 
Bowers James W, wholesale produce. 
Bowman E L. dep clerk circuit and 

district courts. 
Bracey W R, grocer. 
Branhan Arthur D, ins a.gt and propr 

Chicago House. 
Brisentine Charles, meats, 
Brosius Rev E H (P E). 
Brown Alfred P, harness maker. 
Brown Emmett H. furniture. 
Brown Floyd J. justice. 
Brown J Estinn, official stenographer. 
Brown S J. inspector Flat Top Insur- 
ance Agency. 
Browning ^vlrs M E. millinery. 
Burleson T H. livery. 
Burn^^tt J S. chief of police. 
Carter Eiiiah E. Mayor. 
Carter T T, architect. 
Cassei George E Jr, Insurance Agent 

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Jlanufactu£ers & Dealers EleCtfiCal SuDDHcS. PHTSBURG, PA. 



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tl.Ktl(ir<l I ire Insurance Co. 
H»MM«* Insurance Co. 

I .-'1.3^1 jtii! london and Globe Ins. Co. 



rsiaqara Fire Insurance Co. 

Phoenix A^isurance Co. 

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Manhattan Life Insurance Co. 



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MetroDolitan Plate Glass Ins. Co. 
CitizensTrust & Guarantee Co. 









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Gastiier, Curran <&■ Bullitt (Samuel 
Ca.-tner Jr, Henry B Curran, Wm C 
Bullitt). George A Sliiiey local mngr, 
coal shippers. 

Chandler Samuel B. Architect. | 

Charlton Harry, mngr Bluefteld Prod- 
uce and Commission Co. 

Chica.:zo Hou.se, A D Cranhan propr. 

Christie Thomas H R. pianos. 

Citizens Bank of Bluefieid The i,Cap- 
;tal $J5,000», G M McCulIoch Pros. I 
\V F Alexander Cashier. \ 

Clark Rev P C (Presbyterian). [ 

Clark & Stai^ord (Walter Clark, H si 
StaftortH, grocers. 

Climax Electrical Supply & Construc- 
tioui Co, \V P Ha vley pres, R S 
Jones sec. i 

Cofer T E, mngr Metropolitan Gents' ! 
Furnishing Co. ! 

Coffman W H Coke Co, Wm H Coff- ' 
man propr. 

Cohen Barney M, saloon. 

Cohen I L,, saloon. 

Cooper Basil H, contractor. 

Cousins George, barber. 

Crockett John L, druggist, 

Crockett Wm S, undertaker. 

Crockett & Crockett ( Zachariah W 
and George P). lawyers. 

Croy Wm H, blacksmith. 

Cuff James, tailor. 

Cunningham Wade H pres Normal & 
Business Institute. 

Dnvis D, shoemaker. 

Davis J I, mngr Belcher Groceiy Co. 

Dickie W W Jr & Co (Willis W Dickie 
JrK General Insurance. 4S State 
BanK- Building. (See left bottom 
lir.e.^'.j 

Dillard &: Moore Mohn R Dillard, 
Robort E Moore), lawyers. 

Dimond Mrs J C. music teacher. 

Domostic Coal Co. A J Hearn pres, W 
S Foutz sec and treas. 



iHrnn L A. ticket agent N & W Ry. 
Eisley Cliarles A, physician. 
Ea?ley Edwin H. Insurance Aoent wi 

R A H Snow. 
Eii^lvy Edwin M. physician. 
Easley Frank S, fuel agent American 

Smelting & Refining Co. 
Easltey Wm C. mngr Hull Coal & Coke 

('o. 
East River Electric Co, Edwin Mann 

President, W C Pollock Treasurer, 

P M Walizer JManager. 
Edwards J C, agent Southern Express 

Co. 
E.i wards X L, physician. 
Elks Opera House. A H Land mngr. 
Eiks Trust Association, C Botsford 

pres, A H Lamb sec and treas. 
Eiiis () J. constable. 
Ellis & Crank (.Robert Ellis, Samuel 

Crank), restaurant, 
tmmons Morton R, Land, Real Estate, 

Rental and Collection Agent. ( See 

adv.) 

Employers' Liability Assurance Cor- 
poration Limited of London, R A 
H Snow special agent. (See adv.) 

Evars & Farrar (W McK Evans Rich- 
mond Va, J Blair Farrar Bluefieid 
W Va), Accountants. (See adv.) 

Evans & Moore (Joseph Evans, H L 
Moore), meats. 

Ewald Jacob O, wagon maker. 

Excelsior Tailoring Co (David Schnur- 
man). 

Farrar J Biair (Evans & Farrar), Ac- 
countant. (See card below.) 

Felts T L, Superintendent Baldwin 
Detective Agency. 

Ferrell Mercantile Co The, W G Fer- 
rell mngr, dry goods, etc. 

Ferrell Wm E, mngr Singer Mnfg Co. 

Fidelity Banking Co (capital $10,000). 
W S Foutz cashier, loans and dis- 
counts. 

Finley Thomas M, architect. 

First National Bank (capital $100,000), 
Edwin Mann pres, Walter C Pollock 
cashier. 

Fisher Charles E. genl sec Y M C A' 

Flat Top Brokerage Co, Charles P 
Davis Vice-President, Wm W Mc- 
Claugherty Secretary and Treasurer. 
( See card below.) 

Flat Top Fuel Co. W H Thomas pres. 
S S Cofer sec. 



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Ravvsthorne Enoravino & Printing Company, 

ARROTT BUILDING, NO. 3 BARKER PLACE, PITTSBURG, PA. 



FLAT TOP BROKERAGE CO. J, BLAIR FARRAR 



MERCHANDISE BROKERS 
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BLUEFIELD JEWELRY CO. 

Successors to 
MARTIIN BROTHERS. 

THE LEADING JEWELERS. 

Also Dealers in Musical Instruments. 
205 FRJNCETO N AVENlf. BLUEFIELD, W. VA. 

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^idina. Coal Leases, City Dwellings, Coal and Timlier lands, 

Earms and Truck Gardens, Mineral Lands. 

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pres. E B Woodyard sec ami treas, 

wholesale grocers. 
Flat Top Insurance Agency, The Citi- 
zens Bank of Bluefieid, Owners, W 

E Pearson Manairer. i^See adv.) 
Flat Top National Bank The (Capital 

SlOO.OuO), L E Tierney President. 

Wm H Thomas Vice-President, W 

H Wheelwright Cashier. 
Fletcher James, blacksmith. 
Foo L H, laundrv. 
Foutz Wm S. notary public. 
B^ox & St Clair (J Francke Fox, Wade 

H St Clair), piiysicians, 
Frazier Rev J Thomas (M E South). 
Fudge Dock A. saloon. 
Fulwider C A. prin public schools. 
General Accident Insurance Co of 

Pliiladelphia. R A H Snow General 

Agent. (See adv.j 
Gentry & Moc^re i.J B Gentry, Samuel 

Moore), groc^^rs. 
Georgia Lumber Co, J H O'Neill 

(Rome Ga) pres, Walter Perkins sec 

and ireas. 
Godsey French E, restaurant. 
Golf Charles <S: Co (Charles Goff), 

general store. 
Goodwin Albert E, barber. 
Goodwin Lee. restaurant. 
Greenspon Saul, men's furnishings. 
Hail & Noel (J S Hall, R E Noel), 

Proprietors Bluefield Marble Works. 

(See adv.) 



BlUEnELDMARBLEWORKS, 
iMonuments, Tombstones 
and Iron Fence**, 

208 Bland Street. Biuef ield, W. Va. 

COiRRESPO^De>CE SOLICITED. 



Hancock & Jamerson (W R Hancock, 
J S Jamerson), proprs Bluefield Mer- 
cantile Co. 
Hanson W P, resident mngr Rogers, 

Brown & Co. 
flardiug Charles A. merchandise 
v« r I y.-- broker. 

•JiJifV:^ Hare Joseph H. physician. 

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Harry W H & Co, W H Harry mngr, 
hardware. 

Flatter Hamilton, prin Bluefield Col- 
ored Institute. 

Hawkins Alfred L, undertaker. 

Hawkins Grocery Co (S C and T B 
Hawkins), grocers. 

Hawley W P Merchandise Co (W P 
and A U Hawley), general store. 

Hefner Oscar V, Tinner and Plumber, 
Metal Cornice and Skylights, Roof- 
ing, etc. (See adv.) 

Helsel Jacob A, liveiy. 

Pleptinstall Joseph P, lawyer. 

Hicks Wm, real esate. 

Hill George H. city treasurer and civil 
engineer. 

Hinde Hugh, sec Baldwin Detective 
Agency. 

Hoi brook Garland J, lawyer. 

Holland George C. physician. 

Holt Harry V, barber. 

Honaker Abraham, blacksmith. 

Honaker Andrew J, cabinet maker, 

Horton John L, jeweler and clothing. 

Hotel Altamont, M W Sterne Proprie- 
tor. (See adv.) 

Hotel Centra!, Bandy & Samett Pro- 
prietors, S R Bandy Manager. (See 
adv.) 

Houchins James B, grocer. 

Huff, Andrews & Thomas Co. W H 
Thomas pres, B A Marks sec, whole- 
sale grocers. 

Hull Coal «S: Coke Co (of Roanoke 
Va). W E Easiey mngr. 

Huffman S G. shoemaker. 

Hunter Herbert R, saloon. 

Hutcherson & Co (John R Hutcherson, 
Claude T Dudley), general store. 

Hutchinson John L, carpenter. 

Hygeia Distilled Water Co, bottlers. 

Inter-States - Advertiser, BluefieKi 
Printing & Mfg Co proprs, H B Kitt^ 
editor. 

Inter-States Furniture Co, R Cr 
Meadow (Athens W Va), pres, A B 
Terry sec and treas. 

Jefferson Coal & Coke Co, P J Kelley 
pres. A H Land, sec and treas. 

Jennings Irvin, mngr W Va Fruit Co. 

Johnston C A, physician. 

Johnston David E, lawyer. 

Jones Hiram C, physician. 

Karnes L L & Co, grocers. 

Kaufman Louis, saloon. 

Kelley Patrick J, merchant tailor. 



Timber, Coal, Oil and Farm 
Lands in Ohio, \vest Vir- 
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S. R. BANDY, Mananer. R | I j IZT CT I CT I r-| \A/ \/A ;;>§*' 

BANDY & SAM ETM, Rrops. 13 l_ 1^ l_ f^ I IZ.L_ LJ, W. VAV. © 2 J ? 

Rates, S2.00 Per Day. 

The Only Up Town Hole! in the City. Away From Train Noise and in Centre of Business District. 
Special Rates Made by the Week or Month. 

IV10RT0N R. EMMONS, 

LAND AGENT, 

City Real Estate, farm Lands and llentals, 

TIMBER AND MINERAL LANDS, 

Collections Qiven Pi I ■ ■ ^=k ? ? *=>. f *-l \A/ \/-^ 

Special Attention. izJIUetield, VS/. Va, 

O. V. HEFNER, 

TINNER AND PLUMBER, 
Manufacturer of Hir-Tiglit Wood Haalers, ^i^2™ 
Metal Cornices and Sky-Ligiits. "^P^im 

Roofing and Guttering a Specialty. Mi Work Guaranteed. ^ ess S 
PMOfNE 9Q. BLUEFELP, W. VA. 

T. H. MEBANE8cCO. 

JEWELERS AIND OPTICIANS, 
A foil line of Walcli3S, Ciooks. Jewelry and Optical Goods. 

Also Pianos and Organs. Repairing a Specialty. 

221 PRINCETON AVE., BLUEFIELD, W.VA. 

SlstersKille Oil k Gas Well Tool Works, Manufacturer of All Kinds of 

JOHN FiNLAYSON, Propr. Fishing and Drilling Tools. 

Office Phone, Bell 107. Residence, Bell 238. Kew Stock Always on Hand. Sisiersville, W. Va. 




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Wooden Tanksjowers and Vats, ; 

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Kelley & :m avers (Patrick J Kelley, 

J H Mayers;, saloon. i 

Kendrick Henry, shoes. j 

Kinzer Charles J, jeweler. | 

Kirkbride T W, contractor and builder. ; 
Kirkncr & Brisentine (E I) Kirkner, ' 

Charles Briseutine;, grocers. 
Kitts Henry B, editor Inter-States Ad- , 

vertiser. 

Labor Advocate, H G White editor. 

Land A H, mngr Elks Opera House. I 

Lantor Samuel A, clothing and saloon. \ 

Laws Thomas ]M, barber. I 

Lawson Albert, shoemaker. i 

Lazarus L & Co (Louis Lazarus. Eman- \ 

uel Goodman, Bernard A Keller), ; 

liquors. | 

Lilly H A & Co (Henry A Lilly, Walter I 

R Hancock, F \V Udy), grocers. | 

Lilly Rufus E, gonerai store. i 

McAlister Rev J D (Methodist). : 

McCarthy Wm, surveyor and supt ' 

Bluefieid Water Works &. Improve- ' 

ment Co. ' 

^vlcClaugherty Xels. real estate. 

McClaugherty R C & Bernard, lawyers. ; 

McClaugherty W Walter, lawyer. j 

McCue James D, dentist. | 

McCue & Wright Milling Co The, A ' 

G McCue President, E Bond Vice- i 

President, C O Wright Secretary i 

and Treasurer. | 

McCulloch Bros ( John R McCuIloch), i 

general store. | 

McCulloch B J & Co (Benjamin J and ; 

John R McCulloch), general store. ; 
McCulloch George M, President The 

Citizens Bank ot Bluefieid. i 

Maher Coal & Coke Co, N D Maher j 

pres, George S Strader sec and treas. | 
Martin J Everett, physician. 
Mason, Speiden &: Hoge (Hoge Mason, ' 

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Mastin David B, general store. 

Mast ins T Frank, druggist. 

^raynard J Frank, lawyer. 

:Mays Charles W, tinner and plumber. 

Mebane T H & Co (Thomas H Me- 
i)ane). Watchmakers and Jewelers. 
The Leading Opticians. (See adv.) 

Meicher Stephen H, .Contractor and 
Real Estate. 

Meicher S H & R L, House Painters 
and Paperhaugers, Dealers in Paints, 
Oils and Wall Paper. (See adv.) 

Mercer Merchandise Co (Elijah E Car- 
ter, J N Echols), general store. 

Metropolitan Gents' Furnishing Co. D 
M Junk in pres, T P Ford sec and 
treas. 

Metropolitan Life Ins. Co, John E Sale 
asst supt. 

Middlesvrart R R, agt Standard Oil Co. 

Miller Supply Co (ot Huntington). 
Thomas Tinsley, branch mngr, mill 
supplies. 

Moose Book & Stationery Co, W R 
:Moose pres, S M Bernard sec. 

Morris & Co, C M Mall agent, whole- 
sale meats. 

Moss Rev D R (Christian). 

Needles A C, div supt N & W Ry. 

Norfolk & Western Ry, L A Dunn 
ticket agent. 

Normal & Business Institute, Wade H 
Cunningham pres. 

O'Keette H W. mngr Smokeless Fuel 
Co. 

Oliver Edw^ard T. justice. 

Olivier Rev E ( R C). 

Osborn Wm T. upholsterer. 

Otey W L, brewer's agent. 

Patton House, J L Patton propr. 

Payne & Hardy (Samuel B Payne, J 
Howell Hardy), books and station- 
ery. 

Pearson B E & Son (Benjamin E and 
James H), restaurant. 

Pearson Walter E, Manager Flat Top 
Insurance Agency.. 

Pedigo Edgar S, dry goods and shoes. 

Penn Mutual Life Insurance Co of 
Philadelphia Pa, R A H Snow Gen- 
eral Agent. (See adv.) 

Peoples Store Co ( \V N Pack and Mi^^-^ 
Jeimie Sullivan), ladies' furnishing-^- 

Perry Thomas E. physician. 

Pike Henry G, watchmaker. 

Pocahontas Fuel Co The, H C Jones 



Capital City Supply Co. »*f * '"VlI'T i" fVi^ 

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Steam Boat, f ny Ineers' and Machinists' Supplies. CHARIESTON, VV. V A. 



STAR RIG HEEL & SUPPLY CO. G„|,flanThl., 

Clarksburg, W. Va. Home and Bell Phcnes. uyililllUldil UdUltJS 



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CnntV^Cior^^ Hoisting Engines, Pumps, Steam Drills, Wire Rope, 

t^UIIUOlylUiO Blocks, Picks, Shovels, Dynamite, Cement, Roofing, 

SUnOllfiS Carts. Scrapers, our Cataio.^ue THE ^^ILLER SUPPLY CO. 

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Randoiph \V H, lawyer. 

Rawl Coal & Colce Co, H C Jones, M 
D. pres and ningr, George S Strader j 
sec-treas. 

R'^^ynnias & Whitlock Co fW M Rey- 
nolds. \V D Thornhill), merchandise 
brokers. 

Ri^i^man & Gre2:g (John "SV Rickman, 
Thomas A Gieggt, laundry. 

Riersoii Nicholas E> dentist. 

Ritz Harold A, lawyer. 

Robinson 6c Cummings (Ambrose Rob- 
inson, Arthur H Cummings), cloth- 
ing. 

Rodgin Henry, loans. 

Rogers, Brown & Co (Cincinnati O), 
W P Hanson resident mngr, pig 
imn and coke. 

Rosenberg Morris, clothing. 

Sameth N A. dry goods. 

Sams .John A. mngr Union News Co. 

Samuel Andr^v.- J. grocer. 

Sanders Joseph M. judge circuit court, 
9th judicial district. 

Saxon Lime & Lumber Co, Bernard 
McClaugherty President. George N 
Spei ien Vice-President and General 
^Manager, Hoge Mason Secretary and 
Treasurer. (See adv.) 

Z* Schnurman Gus. tailor. 
Scott Charles 'Si. physician. 
Q Shelton & Jordan (Harvey B Shelton, 

h H C Jordan), clothing. 
Shepherd Henry W, m.eats. 
Q Shepherd W R. carpenter. 

Sliirey George A. local mngr Castner, 

Curran & Bullitt. 
Shirty R E cv Co <R E and L S 
Siun-y ), coal. 
tg) Shott Bros Co, J D Sbott Manger. 
^' Hill Posters. 

Shott Hugh I. Postmaster and 
prietiu- The Haily and Weekly 
egraph. ( See adv.) 

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Siliei Brick & Sand Co. B F Keller 

pies. Bernard :\IcClaugherty sec- 

creas. 

Singer Manufacturing Co, Wm E Fer- 

rel mngr. 
Sizer Samuel D, mngr Virginia Mer- 
cantile Co. 
Sloan Edward O, Proprietor Bluefield 

Inn and Sloan's Hotel. (See adv.) 
Sloan's Hotel (American and Euro- 
pean), E O Sloan propr. (See adv^) 
Smith Charles H, Painter and Paper- 
hanger, Dealer in Paints, Oils and 
Wall Paper. 
Smith French W, physician. 
Smith H J, shoemaker. 
Smith M V & Co (Maggie V Smith, 

Wm F Bane) . general store. 
Smith S M Insurance Agency, C Bots- 
ford President, S Morris Smith Gen- 
eral IManager, A H Land Secretary 
and Treasurer. 
Smokeless Coal & Coke Co, D H Bar- 

ger pres, George S Strader sec. 
Smokeless Fuel Co, H W O'Keeife 

manager. 
Snow RAH, Genera! Agent The Penn 
.Mutual Life Insurance Co and The 
General Accident Insurance Co. Spe- 
cial Agent The E]mployers' Liability 
Assurance Corporation Limited. 
(See adv.) 
Southern Express Co, J C Edwards 

agent. 
Standard Oil Co. R R Middles wart agt. 
State Bank of Bluefield (capital $30,- 
OOi)), David E Johnston pres, F M 
F'eters cashier. 
Sterne Melville W, Proprietor Hotel 
A'tamont and Bluefield Bakery Co. 
(See adv.) 
\ Stone S H, cabinet maker. 
I Stowers J W & Co. general store. 
' Strader George S. real estate. 
Sublette & Barnes ((Samuel J Sub- 
lette, Frank O Barnes), general 
store. 
I Superior Supply Co, Edward Mann 
pres. W E McArter sec-treas. 
Surface Edwin A. blacksmith. 
Swan W A & Co (Wm A Swan), fur- 
niture. 
Teague J A. blacksmith. 
Telegraph The (Daily and Weekly). 
Hugh Ike Shott Proprietor. (Se» 
adv.) 
Thomi)Son H<->nry B, meats. 



Civil and Mining Engineer. 

Surveys, Esiimates, Conslruclion, Reporis, Maps. 



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S. H. 8c R. L MELCHER, 

HOUSE PAINTERS AND PAPERHANGERS, 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN 

PAINTS, OILS AND WALL PAPER. 

PAPERHANGING A SPECIALTY. 

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SAXON LiiE&LUWlBER CO. 

Incorporated. 

GENERM BUILDING SUPPLIES. 

LUMBER, LATH AND SHINGLES. 

Flooring. Mouldings. Interior Finish. Sash 

Doors and Blinds. Glass. Brick. Lime. 

Cement. Piaster. Hair. Sewer Pipe. Etc. 

Rough and Dressed Lumber. Hemlock Framinp, Mine 

Rail and Mine Car Material, 

General Planing- Mill Work on Yard. 



R. A. H. SfNOW, 

GENERAL AGENT FOR 

THE PENN MUTUAL LIFE INSUR.ANCE COMPANY 

AND. 

THE GENERAL ACCIDENT INSURANCE COMPANY OF PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

Also Representing The Employers' Liability Assurance Corporation, Ltd., of London, 

Cor. Princeton and Higginbotham Aves. BLUEFIELD, W. VA. 

^ AGENTS WArsTED. 

M. C. WHITLOW, 

DEALER IN 

HARDWARE, STOVES, PAINTS, OILS, ETC. 

PLIJMBINO AND TINNING, SLATE AND METAL ROOEINO. 

REPAIRING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 

Harness, Saddlery. Blankets. Robes. Etc. A Full Line of Sporting Goods. 

NO. 323 PRINCETON AVE., Opposite Freiqtit Depot. 

TELEPHONE NO. 12. BLUEFIELD, VV. VA. 



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ton t. 

Tierney L E. President The Flat Top 
Xational Bank. 

Trent John H. genera! store. 

T.ig River Liimljer Co (C L Hitter, B 
B Burns. M N Offut). lumber mnfrs. 

Turk Sanm^'i. dry gnods. 

Twin Branch Mining Co, David E 
Johnston pres. George S Strader 
sec-trea?. 

Union Clothing Co (C W Thornton, T 
S Johnson). 

Union News Co. J A Sams manager. 

United States Fidelity & Guaranty Co 
of Baltimore ^]i]. \V W Dickie Jr 
iv: Co geueial agents. 

Virginia Mercantile Co, S D Sizer man- 
ager, general store. 

Wade George H. druggist. 

Walden Jukniah A. barber. 

Walizer P M, Manager East River 
Ele^'tric Co. 

Warren Jam.ps M. barber. 

West Virginia Fruit Co. Irvin Jen- 
ninc:s manaeer. 

West Virginia Heating & Plumbing Co, 
J R Sliankin President and General 
Manager. O E Ho well Secretary, 
Cl?r"K Howell Treasurer, W A Bo- 
de! 1 Z^Ianager. 

Wheeiright Wm H. Cashier The Flat 
Top Xational Bank. 

White Harvey G. editor Labor Advo- 
cate. 

White & Barnett (Harmon A White, 
Crockett R Barnett). grocers. 

White & Seagle (H N White, D E 
Seagle). druggists. 

Whitlow Edwin R. painter and paper- 
hanger. 

Whitlow Milard G, Hardware, Stoves, 
Tinware, Sporting Goods, etc. 
Plumber and Roofer. (See adv.) 

Whitworth G -orge W. saloon. 

Wilson Dr Frank L A, druggist. 



Yost <fe Lowder (I M Yost, L A Low- 

dei-). general store. 
Young Men's Christian Association, 

Charles E Fisher genl sec. 
Zoniih Coal & Coke Co, Wm H Coff- 

man pres, S B Coffraan sec-treas. 



BLUE SPRING. 
A country postofhce in Randolph 
county, 37 miles southwest of Elkins. 
trie county seat and banking point, and 
l". from Pickens, its =^hipping point. 
Mail, tri-weekly. Lucretia Riggleman 
postmistress. 



BLUE SULPHUR SPRINGS. 

A village in Greenbrier county, 13 
miles west of Lewisburg, the county 
seat, and 9 north of Alderson, on the 
C <^' O Ry. its banking and shipping 
point. Has Presbyterian and Metho- 
dist (South) churches. Telephone 
connection with Alderson. Lewisburg 
and Hinton. Mail, daily. J E Harrah 
postmaster. 

Alderson J M, general store. 

Biveris Isaac, carpenter. 

Buster A :M, hotel. 

Buster G PL general store. 

Caraway George, teamster. 

Deitz R A. farmer. 

Ealy J H, saw mill. 

Ealy J W, live stock. 

Fleshman D M, live stock. 

Fleshman H D, miner. 

Harrah J E, Saw Mill. 

Jarrert T H, grain 

Jarrett Miss Vivian, music teacher 

Littlepage J A, poultry 

Mahan L A, farmer 

Pennington John, miner 

Phillips Henry, mason 

Thompson E F, carpenter 

Wall Wm. live stock 



BLUFF. 

A country postoffice in Mercer coun- 
ty, 20 miles northeast of Princeton, 
the county seat and banking point, 
and 61.4 miles from Glen Lyn, on the 
N & W Ry, its shipping point. I^Iail. 
daily. W T Shorter postmaster. 

l~)unn J P. general store 
McManaway P W, general store 
Morgan C A. live stock 
Shorter W T, General Store 
W'iiey G N, saw mill ^ 

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A cotmfry postoffice in Kanawha 
r.nmty. IS mi os north of Charleston. 
ih"i* county ?ea't and nearest banking 
jtoint. and 8 from Jarrett. its f^hip- 
jjinsj: point. Mail semi-weekly. John 
M Price postmaster 

James D P, blacksmith 
J.irrert & Jones, blacksmiths 
Price John M, Carpenter and Ma- 
chinist 
I'rice \V H & Sons, saw and grist 

milks and general store 
Wall A E, general store 



BOARD. 

Population. 50. A country postoffice 
in Mason county. 13 miles northeast 
of Point Pleasant, the county seat and 
iianking point, and C from Letart, its 
shipping point. A B Roush postmas- 
ter. 

Confer Robert, blacksmith 
Fry Wm, justice 
.M<:Millen J, mason 

Roush A B, General Store and Car- 
penter 



BOARD TREE. 

Population, 100. On the B & O R 
H. in Marshall county, 29 miles from 
Moiin<lsviiie, the county seat, and 38 
from Wheeling. Cameron is the bank- 
ing town. Express, U S. 

Hartley & Hutchinson, general store. 
-M iltey John & Co, general store 
Myres John, justice 



BOAZ. 

Population, 200. A postoffice on the 
Ohio river and the Ohio River divis- 
ion of the B .C: O R R (R R name. 
K«?:lar). in Wood county. 8 miles 
north of Parkersburg, the county sear, 
and 4 from Marietta. O, the neaj-est 
J^anking point. Telephone connection. 
Mail daily. H M Bookman post- 
master. 



Bookman H M, Carpenter 

15 iron J W, general store 

' i'-vi'land Stone Co, stone quarry 

<iv!)agher S J. general store 

■'^^•' k A J, gf^neral store 

lu'h J A. general store 

V'dio J. hlaf^ksmith 



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Connecting at Vancouver with 
the famous Royal Mail Line 
of Twin Screw Steamers for 

JAPAN, CHINA, AND THE PHILIPPINES. 
And the Canadian-Australian 
Royal Mail Steamships for 

AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND. 

Illustrative descriplive matter of these lines and 
interesting countries mailed free on application. 

F. W. SALSBORY, Passenger Agent. 

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BOB. 
Population. 700. A village in Ra- 
leigh county. 22 miles northeast of 
Beckiey. the county seat and banking 
point, and 25 from Raleigh, its ship- 
ping point. Mail tri-weekly. Charles 
R Clay postmaster, 

Bradfor W T, blacksmith 

Cantley J A, corn mill 

Clay A B, bJacksmith 

Clay Charles R & Co, General Store. 

Cay W H, saw mill 

Gats C T, blacksmith 

Laverty S A. saw mill 

Workman W W. blacksmith 






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BOCKS. 

A station on the Greenbrier division 
of the C «& O Ry, in Pocahontas coun- 
ty, 171/^ miles north of Marlinton. 



BOGGS. 

Population, 50. A village in Web- 
ster county, 23 miles west of Webster 
Springs, the county seat and banking 
point, and 9 from Cowen. its shipping 
point. Mail daily. A S Boggs post- 
master. 

Boggs & Johnson, General Store 

Hoi brooks Dr 

Perrine P D, general store 



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Baden W T, general store 

Briggs C 11, justice 

Cavalier Mrs M A, general store 
I Cox J H, carpenter 
I Jones J M. coal and livery 
I Jones S T, constable 
1 McArthur John, undertaker 

Ran M J. general store 
! Stuart John A, livery 
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ton. its banking point, and 10 irom 
Holly, its shipping point. Telephone 
connection. Mail, tri-weekly. J N 
Johnson postmaster. 

Berry R .J & Bro, contractors 
Boggs H R. flour mill 
Bogus W H. black-^mirh 
Casto Grover. coal miner 
Casio J D, blacksmith 
Casto Lee, cari)enter 
Chipps M S, mason 
Johnson A P, barber 
Johnson C A, music teacher 
Johnson F K. school teacher 
Johnson J N, Farmer 
Lunceford J J, shoemaker 
Luncel'ord Theodore, agt 



BOLT. 

Population. 50. A village in Ra- 
leigh couniy, 18 miles west of Beck- 
ley, the county seat and banking 
point, and 21 from Raleigh, the ship- 
ping point. Mail daily. George W 
Bolt postmaster. 

Bolt George W, General Store 

Dunn J M, justice 

Harvey Leander, blacksmith 



BOLAIR. 

Population. 200. A country postof- 
fice in Webster county. .5 miles south 
of Webster Springs, the county seat 
and banking point, and 9 from Cowen, 
its shipping point. Stage twice daily 
to Webster Springs and Cowen. 
Mail dai.y. Sol Starcher postmaster. 

Baughman C C. blacksmith 

Dyer M H. blacksmith 

Ehret E D, saw mill 

Ehret Mrs E D, music teacher 

Miller Charles, l)lacksmith 

Payne J AV. grist mill 

Starcher Solonmon, Genera! Store 



BOMONT. 

Formerly known as Pleasant Re- 
treat. On the Porters Creek & Gau- 
iey branch of the C & O Ry, in Clay 
county, 3 miles from Porter and 16 
from Clay, the county seat and bank- 
ing point. Mail daily. W D Samples, 
postmaster. 

Aring H H, justice 
i Enons Noah, constable 
i Hart P S, blacksmith 
I Keller Henry, constable 
i King D P, mason 
i King Ralph, coal miner 
i Nalla Jesse, carpenter 

Reed P C. notary and general store 

Samples H A, justice 

Samples W D, Farmer 

Stephenson D H, general store 

Stephenson & Sibert. general store 

Wilson Rev Daniel (M E) 



BOLIVAR. 

Pnpulaticn, SoO. An incorporated 
town in Jefferson coimty, 7 miles 
northeast of Charles Town, the coun- 
ty seat, and 1 from Harper's Ferry, its 
banking and shipping point. Tele- 
phone coniieoti(m. Mail daily. C H 
Baden postmaster. 

Baden J E, meats 



BONAMI. 
A country postotiice in Kanawha 
county. 12 miles southwest of Charles- 
ton, the county seat and banking 
point. Mail daily. C A Dixson post- 
master. 

Cahill Alexander, general store 



BOOHER. 
A village in Tyler county, 12 miles 



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>.«';it and bankinsj point, and 10 south 
t>f (tt^ader. its shipping point. IMail 
daily. C C V/codl)urn, postmaster and 
Koiiorai store. 



BOOMER. : 

On the K & M Ry (Ohio Central i 
l.iiu's), in Fayette county, 16 miles \ 
nttrihwest of Fayetteville, the county 
.'<e;(t. 30 southeast of Charleston and ; 
:•; from Montgomery, the nearest bank- 
ing point. Telephone connection. : 
Kxpress, U S. i 

FJoomer Coal & Coke Co I 

Kvans C L. general store. I 

Montague W S, saloon I 

Simms L X, justice ! 

Stockton Aaron, grocer i 



BOONE. 
Population. 20O. A mining village 
on the Keeney's Creek branch of the 
C & O Ry, in Fayette county, 12 miles 
southeast of Fayetteville. the county 
.seat and banking point, and 52 from 
Charleston. Telephone connection. 
Fx'P. Adams. :Mail daily. W F Boone 
postmaster. 

Ha;-^s J E, r r and exp agt 
Boone W F, Goal Shipper 
("hatsworth Daniel, coal miner 
<^"lemson Thomas, coal miner 
P.vans .John, coal miner 
<J'Vinn &. Deitz. general store 
Hausley C C, blacksmith 
Miller C H. coal miner 
Moore Robert, coal miner 
Sanders Raleigh, coal miner 
Sy.iensTricker W L. shoemaker 
\oung Tom. coal miner 
ZwiUing Michael, coal miner 



BOOTHSVILLE. 

Population, Z2o. A postoffice in 
Marion county. 9 miles south of Fair- 
f^i'-mt, the county seat and banking 
I'oint. ami ', from Benton's Ferrv, its 
5--*3!PPing point. Telenhone connecrion. 
Mail daily. Mary E Smith postmis- 

n-nuKt F M & L M Henry, carpen 
'•^rs. 

nr.wles Rov C A (M E South). 



Boothsvilie Roller Mill. 

Coplin David C, physician. 

Coss L A, undertaker. 

Cox U B, physician. 

Davis O, blacksmith. 

Davis S J, shoemaker. 

Davis & Watkins. coal miners. 

Gaskins' Cornet Band and Orchestra. 

Gaslsins H, undertaker. 

Gaskins Henry, wagonmaker. 

Gones Rev (ME). 

Hall Charles, physician. 

Harr. Boice & Co. flour mill. 

Harr G W, blacksmith. 

Harr Virginia, milliner. 

Henry A H. harness. 

Kendall H H, grocer. 

Kennedy John, general store. 

Lean T M, blacksm.ith. 

Murray Rev H P (Baptist). 

Nuzun , planing mill. 

Powell J W, undertaker. 

Prorance M F, stone mason. 

Reed A, general store. 

Reed & Tucker, meats. 

Smith & Smell, painters. 

Tucker George, grain. 

Watkins F B. cooper. 

Wilkinson H P. hotel and grain dealer. 

Wilkinson &, McElfresh. live stock. 



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BOOTON. 

A recently established postoffice in 
Wayne county, 8 miles north - of 
Wayne, the county seat and banking 
point, and 5 from Dickson, the ship- 
ping point. Mail tri-weekly. 



BOREMAN. 
A country postoffice in Wood coun- 
ty, 6 miles northeast of Parkersburg. 
the county seat, banking and ship- 
ping point. Mail daily. John R. 
Lisle postmaster. 



BORLAND. 

In Pleasants county, 9 nii'es south- 
west of St. Marys, the countv seat and 
banking point. Ship via Salama, on 
the Ohio River division of the B «& O 
R R. Mail daily. 
Ruckraan M A. general store. 






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A mining village in McDowell co\in- 
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BOWDEN. 

A recently esrabiished postoffice in 
RaiKloIpii county, 8 miles east of 
Elkins, the county seat, banking and 
shipping pcint. Mail daily. 

Cheat River Lumber Co. general store, i 
Day John W, grist mill. : 

My'ina Charles E, general store. 



McCluro Simon, agrl implts. 
Raber J B, wagonmaker. 
Raber Thornton, live stock. 
Ridgway Arlie. painter. 
Ridgway Walter, carpenter. 
Wade Bowen, grain. 



BOWEN. 

Population, 200. In Wayne county, ., 
10 miles northeast of Wayne, the ' 
county seat, and ]2 from Huntington, I 
the nearest banking and shipping : 
point. Stage daily to Huntington. Ivtaii 
daily. Ida M Keyser postmistress. | 

Adkins Hearn M, Physician. ! 

Bowen, Bascom & Co, general store. \ 

Bowen French, barber. j 

Drawn M F, music teacher. | 

Huff & Sons, flour mill. ' 

Keyser, Bowen & Davis, general store. ■ 
jMorrison W A, carpenter contractor. 

Nutter Rev M G (ME South). | 

Prince J G, general store. I 

Roe A W, blacksmith. I 



BOX. 

A village in Pendleton county, 13 
miles northwest of Franklin, the 
county seat and banking point, and 20 
frora Harman, its shipping point. 
Telephone connection. Mail daily. D 
A Landes postmaster. 

Crowel Rev J W (U B). 
Cunningham R S, carpenter. 
Dolly Job, blacksmith. 
Dove Jacob, flour mill. 
Farmers' Mercantile Co, general store. 
Grady Rev George W (Dunkard) 
Graham A W, justice. 
Harman Miss Ida, school teacher. 
Holliday Rev J A (M E). 
Landes D A, Civil Engineer and No- 
tary. 
Phares R S, constable. 
Thompson J W, mason. 
Warner W C. distiller. 



BOXLEY. 

Population, 72. In Mingo county, 
on the Tug river, 17 miles frora Wil- 
liamson, the county seat and banking 
point, and SV2 from Naugatuck, the 
shipping point. Telephone connection. 
Mail daily. Flossie C. Haley, post- 
mistress. 

Carpenter & Boxley, r r contractors. 
Evans J C, general store. 
Huddleston W H, saloon. 



BOWLBY. 

Population, 75. A rural postoffice in 
:Munongalia county, 8 miles northwest 
of Morgantown, the coimty seat and 
banking point and 4 from Maidsville, 
the shipping point. Telephone con- 
nection. Mail, daily. E J Bowlby 
postmaster. 

Bowlbj' Joel, grain. 
Boyles Lee D, general, store. 
Everly B. music teacher. 
Everly Clark, carpenter. 
Everly Elmer, carpenter. 
Holbert W B, grain. 
Keenan Thomas, grain. 



BOYD. 

A postoffice in Roane county, 17 
miles southwest of Spencer, the coun- 
ty seat, banking and shipping point. 
Mail, tri-weekly. 



BOYER. 

Population. 195. A postoffice in Po- 
cahontas county, on the Pocahontas 
R R, .32 miles northeast of Marlinton. 
the county seat and banking point. 
Telephone connection. Stage daily to 
Cass, fare 50 cts, and Travelers' Re- 
pose. 25 cts. Exp, Adams. Mail 
daily. James F Darnell postmaster. 



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]U)ck M P Ltimber Co, lumber and gen- 

rrai ytore. 
Darnell James F, Farmer. 
Jack Samuel, general store. 
VVeiujer Joseph, shoemaker. 



BRADFORD. 



On the Roaring Creek & Belington 
R R. in Randolph county. Its bank- 
ing point is Philippi. R R name Skid- 
more. Mail to Laurel. 

BRADSHAW. 
A farmers' postoffice in McDowell 
county, 32 miles southwest cf Welch, 
the county seat and banking point. 
Hitter, 8 miles north on the X & W 
Ry, is the shipping point. Telephone 
connection. Mail, semi-weekly. W P 
S Rowe postmaster. 

CUnen G W, saloon. 
Day P W, general store. 
Hult A J, general store, 
l^mpert T H, blacksmith. 

Muncy Archibald, grist mill. 
Muncy G, carpenter. 
Payne John, constable. 
Payne \Vm, justice. 
Ritter W M, lumber dealer. 
Rowe WPS, General Store. 



BRADY. 

Population, 3u. A postoffice in Po- 
cahontas county, 26 miles northwest 
of Marlinton, the county seat and 
banking point, and 23 from Huttons- 
viile. the shipping point. Mail semi- 
weekly. Wm H Brady postmaster. 

Beal Rev G C. 
Deal J M, coal miner. 
Brady C W, hotel. 
Brady G D L, meats. 
Brady T N, wagonmaker. 
Brady Wm H, Grist Mill. 
Conrad H H. carpenter. 
Miller J D, livery. 
Moore Everett, saloon. 
Moore S A, grain. 
Snyd».T J A, blacksmith. 



BRAMWELL. 

Population, 1.500. A town on the 



Bluestone river, and on the Blue.stone 
extension of the Pocahontas branch 
of the N & W Ry, in Mercer county, 
18 miles west of Princeton, the coun- 
ty seat. The corporation, which ex- 
tends for nearly 3 miles, includes 
Coopers, a postoffice and junction on 
the N & W Ry, and Freemans. a post- 
office and shipping point on the Good- 
will extension of the N &. W Ry. It 
is lighted by electricity, has Baptist, 
Episcopal. Methodist and Presbyterian 
churches, a graded public school, a 
good hotel and a bank. Coal and 
coke are extensively shipped. Tele- 
phone connection. Exp, Southern.. 
Tel, W U. W W Hamilton postmaster. 

A'nrahamson ?vlen<!ei, general store. 

Annex Hotel, E White Atkinson prop. 
; Atkinson E White, prop Annex Hotel 
; and general store. 
! Bank of Brannvell, capital $100,000, 
i Jenkin Jones pres, J B Perry cashier 
': Bluefield Telephone Co, Mary Cash 
; operator. 

I Bluestone Inn, S T Overstreet & Co 
; Proprietors. 

I Booth-Bowen Coal & Coke Co. Jona- 
I than Bowen manager. 
1 Bramweli Water Co, Henry W Shields 
I pres. 

i Bryant Robert G, druggist. 
; Buckeye Coal Sc Coke Co, J K F Steele 
; genl mngr. 
1 Caswell Creek Coal & Coke Co, Jenkin 

Jones pres, W G Freeman sec. 
: Cecil E T, physician. 

Colored Band of Bramweli, Wm W 
i White leader. 

Cooper Edwin, lawyer. 
j Dickerson Ella, restaurant. 
i Dixie Wm T, barber. 
I Ellwood -John T, general store. 
j Fanning John C, chief of police. 
I Finegan Bros (B D and Philip), Plumb- 
I ing. Gas and Steam Fitting, Hot 
i W^ater Heating. (See adv.) 
I Frank Matthew E, painter. 
i Freeman W G. sec Caswell Creek Coal 
; . & Coke Co. 

i Gaines Millie G. general store. 
: Gardener J P 1), lawyer. 
I Godfrey Amaziah, Mayor. 
' Godfrey Augustus C. coufectioner. 

Halo James E, general store. 



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Hamilton Wm W, Pianos and Organs. 

Holiy W A. physician. 

Hut^f E W, livery. 

Hunt John C, general store. 

Hyiion George P, general store. 

Kane Wm C, Tinner and Sheet Metal 
Worker. Roofing, etc. (See adv.) 

Keen Samuel, grocer. 

Lammers Wm A, agent Biggs, Watts 
& Co. 

I.ee J L & Co (John L and Wm A), 
general store and undertakers. 

Lee Wm A. hardware and furniture. 

TsIcClure Yi C, prin public school. 

McCoy Rev R H (Baptist). 

McElrath Percy J, physician and den- 
tist. 

McElrath & Meyers (Percy J McEl- 
rath. Howard M Meyers), druggists. 

McGuffin Richard M J, physician. 

Mead Rev Robert M (P E). 

Moore Minnie G. music teacher. 

Moore Wm T, blacksmith. 

Overstreet S T & Co (S T Overstreet), 
Proprietors Bluestone Inn. 

Parkens E W, physician. 

Peters Stanley J, Dealer in Fine 
Watches. Clocks. Jeweliy and Silver- 
ware. Fine Repairing a Specialty. 

Peters Wm J, general store. 

Pocahontas Co, J J Tierney pres, 
Philip Goodwill sec. coal and coke 
shippers. 

Pocahontas Coal & Coke Co, J C 
Rawn chief engineer. H W Shields 
land agent. 

Preston Stephen, dentist. 

Ramey Douglas E, general store. 

Schoew Frederick L, civil engineer. 

Scott Andrew, mason. 

Sheppard J M. physician. 

Shermantine R W, physician. 

Shields H W. land agent Pocahontas 
Coal «fe Coke Co. 

Simpson W A, lumber. 



Staton John A, agent N & W Ry, 
Southern Exp Co and W U Tel Co' 

Stuart Elizabeth, music teacher. 

Tliompson Geoi-ge A, jeweler. 

Tierney J J. pres Pocahontas Co. 

Vaught Rev S B (M E South). 

Weaver & Bailey (W^m A Weaver, 
Mrs Matilda A Bailey), stationers. 

White George, restaurant. 

White Wm W, leader Colored Band of 
Bramwell. 



BRANCH. 

Population, 75. Formerly Shreves. 
a settlement in Pendleton county, 20 
miles north of Franklin, the county 
seat and banking point, and 60 from 
Keyser, the nearest shipping point. 
Telephone connection. Mail. tri- 
weekly. J L Kimble postmaster, 
Alt Isaac S. carpenter. 
Alt J F, carpenter. 
Alt John R, justice. 
Ayers Andrew W, mason, 
Conrad Gabriel, grist mill. 
Kimble Briscn E, teacher. 
Kimble Jacob L, Shoemaker. 
Kimble .Fason, lumber. 
Shreve B F, real estate. 
Shreve Burt W, teacher. 
Shreve D Y, wagon maker. 
Shreve J W, real estate. 



BRANDONVILLE. 

Population, 80. A village in Pres- 
ton county, 17 miles north of King- 
wood, the county seat, 1 from Bruce- 
ton Mills, the banking point, and 
14 from Somerfield Pa. on the B & O 
R R, its shipping point. Telephone 
connection. Stage daily to Kingwood, 
fare $1, and Somerfield Pa, 75 cents. 
Mail, daily. Samuel Nedrow post- 
master. 

Adey I N, constable. 
Barnes J P. general store and hotel. 
Kimberly Worley. painter. 
Koch Rev J H (Methodist). 
McGrew Samuel, justice. 
Miller B F. blacksmith. 
Miller G W, notary. 
Miller W T. hotel. 
Nedrow Samuel. General Store. 
Waddell R B. notary. 



BRANDYWINE. 

Population, 225. A village in Pen- 
dleton county. 7 miles southeast of 

the most advantageous point in 
!?for lacn'ion. command- 
ig. as It noe<.. tne weaitti or :no forests of Soull^crn \Acst 
Virginia and Kentucky. Cheapest fuel of any city rn the country coal and natural gas: splendid sites, 
with switching facilities tor rail and river shipment, and excellent labor conditions, for particulars 
as to free Sites, etc., address THE HUNTING! ON LAND COMPANY. 



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214-216 CAPITOL STREET, CHARLESTON, W. VA. 

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Franklin, the county seat and banking 
point. Harrisonburg Va, 30 miles 
mtutheast. on the B & O R R. is the 
sliipping point. Telephone connection. 
Stage daily to Harrisonburg, fare 
$1 :7r>, and Franklin, 75 cenrs. Mail, 
daily. G C K Solomon postmaster. 

?5odkin S H, carpenter. 

BMhon & Swadley, general store. 

liower George, blacksmith, 

*'Mok A A. painter. 

Dickinson L A, carpenter. 

K)»,'land & Bryan, extracts. 



Hahn Rev A A. schol teacher. 
Hedrick C E, wagon maker. 
Hiveley T A, carpenter. 
Hoover VA, livery. 
Hoover Wra, flour mill. 
Houck J R Son Co. extracts. 
Keister A J. justice. 
KeistcT John D, live stock. 
K«^ister Wm W. stone mason. 
Matheny \V H, painter. 
Minich Wm, mason. 
Movers J A. physician. 
Nicholson Wm, cabinet maker. 



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SPECIALTIES, 

Wall Ties, Wail Plugs, Keene's Ce- 
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32d Street & Penna. R. R., Pittsburg, Pa. 

AVRTTE FOR PRICES. 

See adv. in classified Builders' Supplies. 



Simmons Charles, shoemaker. 
Simmons Charles E, barber. 
Simmons G, constable. 
Solomon G C K, Hotel. 
Trum)>o M G, live stock, 
Trumho & Sibert, general store and 
lumber, 

BREADING. 

Population. 150. On the N & W 
Ry, in Mingo county, 40 miles north 
of Williamson, the county seat and 
banking point. R R name is Breeden. 
Exp. Southern. Tel, W U. Leo F 
Drake postmaster. 

Gray .5: Evans, general store. 
Isaacs J B saloon. 
McCloud Lewis, justice. 
McComas George R, general store. 
Marcum G D, general store. 
Maynard J H, saloon. 
Spaulding A J, general store. 

BREEDEN. 

A station on the N & W Ry, in 
Mingo county, 33 miles north of Wil- 
liamson. P O name is Breading. 



BREEDLOVE. 

A postofB.ce in Preston county, 30 
miles southeast of Kingwood, the 
county seat, and 13 from Oakland Md, 
the banking and shipping point. Tele- 
phone connection. Mail, daily. R 
E L Breedlove postmaster. 



BRETZ. 

A station on the W Va C & P Ry, 
in Tucker county, 1 mile north of 
Parsons, 



BRIDGEPORT. 

Population, 300. An incorporated 
town on the B <& O R R. in Harrison 
county, 5 miles east of Clarksburg, 



the county seat. Has a bank. Bap- 
tist, Methodist Episcopal and Protes- 
tant Methodist churches, good schools, 
flour mill, planing and saw mills and 
a pottery. Telephone connection. Exp, 
U S. Tel. W U. John Moore post- 
master. 

Bailey J W, justice, 

Baines O D, general store. 

Bridgeport Bank, 

Bi'idgoport Saw^ & Planing Mill Co. 

Camp George, general store. 

Central Hotel, Frederick B Kester 

proprietor. 
Commercial Hotel, A C Caton propr. 
Corpening A D, general store. 
Davidson F B, live stock. 
Doughiss .1 A, tinner. 
Dunkin John, general store. 
Paris Samuel S, county commissioner. 
Fitzhugh W L, general store. 
Grifhn C E, exp, r r and tel agent. 
Harmnn James H. watchmaker. 
Hurry J H, live stock, 
Janes & Robinson, general store. 
Johnson J C, grain. 
Kennedy Thomas H, justice. 
Kester Frederick B, propr Central 

Hotel. 
Late Dr Wm M, druggist. 
Lawson &. I^ancaster, furniture and 

undertakers. < 

Meade John R, barber. 
Moore John, General Store. 
Oakdale IVl tiling & Mfg Co, flour mill. 
Peck Dr C R. druggist. 
Sandusky James B, saw mill. 
Swiger W T, blacksmith. 
Taylor C H «& Co, general store. 
West Virginia Pottery Co. 
Wilkingon J N, civil engineer. 



BRIDGEPORT. 

A station on the Ohio River division 
of the B & O R R, in Jackson coun- 
ty, 1 mile southeast of Ravenswood. 



BRIER. 

A country postoffice in Wyoming 
county, 15 miles south of Oceana, the 
county seat and banking point, and 7 
from Davy, on the N & W Ry. r^Iail, 
daily, L P Lusk postmaster. 

Hatfield Newton, blat^ksmith. 
r.usk C H. wagon maker, 
Lusk Lee P, general store. 
Meadows James, blacksmith. 



Engraving by All Processes. Printing of Every Description. 

RawstiiofRe [ngraving & Printing Coiiipaiiy, 

ARROTT SUILDING, NO. 3 BARKER PLACE, PITTSBURG, PA. 



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BRIGHTON. 

PupTilation. 100. A village on thf? 
Cleat Kanawha river, and on the K &- 
M Hy (Ohio Central Lines), in Mason 
foiinty, ♦> miles east ot' Point Pleasant. 
th^' county seat and banking point. 
and 7)1 from Charleston. Telephone 
connection. Exp. U S. Emmons S 
Flight postmaster. 

Bright Emmons S, General Store and 

Live Stock. 
Bright W E, saw mill. 



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Manufacturers' Agents. Purchasing Agents. 
Write >vhefi in the market for Steel 
Rails, Pipe, Cold Roiled Shafting, Gray 
Iron, Malleable Iron and Steel Castings. 

AOKXTS rHVP>IA^ OA TE VAI.VKS. 

fARMERS BANK BUILDING, PITTSBLRGH. 

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BRILLIAN. 

A counti'y postoffice in Pntnam coun- 
ty, 10 miles southeast of Winfield, the 
county seat, 3 from Poca, the nearest 
siiipping point, and 20 from Charles- 
t'Mi. the banking point. Mail, tri- 
weekly. 

Alston Frank, saloon. 

Harper F J, general store. 

i.ett J R. notary. 

Lett J W, saloon. 

Mack M C, general store. 

Zltzelsberger Robert, justice. 

Zitzelsberger & Lett, grocers. 



nection. Exp, U S. Tt 
Townsend postmaster. 

Cleveland Stone Co. 
Ellis A W, tel operator. 



Mines B E, sreneral store. 
MrAitie Sannud. teamster. 
Spencer Gustavo, live stock. 
Spencer H H. saw mill. 
Townsend H S, General Store. 
Way Joseph, blacksmith. 



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BRINK. 

Population, 100. In Marion county, 
2S miles northwest of Fairmont, the 
county seat, and 10 from Manning- 
ton, its banking and shipping point. 
Mail, daily. 

.■\rnett O H, general store. 
Larr Samuel, general store. 
Clibson A L, general store. 



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i B & O R R, in Harrison county, 12 
I miles v.-est of Clarksburg, the county, h w p3 
: seat, and 2 from Salem, its banking 11 o »^ 
point. Exp, U S. Telephone connec- -S ~ r^ 
tion. T J Coffman postmaster. g* ^ i^ 



BRISCOE. 

On the Ohio River division of the 
H & O R R. in Wood county, 7 miles 
north of Parkersburg. the county seat 
and hanking point. Telephone con- 



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: Bumgardner ,J G. carpenter. 
'■ Coffman I W & Co, printers. 
I Coffman T J, Feed Mill and 
j Store. 

! Conaway A R, notary. 
I Conaway .J B. physician. 
I Conaway W B, dentist. 
i Gimp A J, barber. 

Gimp Wm, restaurant. 

Haney J L. general store. 

Harden Mrs Caroline, hotel. 

Holden A J & Bro. general store. 
: Innis James B, stonemason and jus- 
; tice. 

Keesy T W, r r and express agent. 

Newlon «& Sons, blacksmiths. 

Potter D C, tel agent. 

Skid more Rev (M E). 

Swentzel G L. general store. 

Trainer W J. physi'dan. 

Varner L E, blacksmith. 



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Moadows R, general store, 

Meadows S. tel operator. 
Richmond R A, teacher. 



BROOKSIDE. 

A country postoffire in Preston 
county, 20 miles southeast of King- 
wood, the county seat, and 10 from 
Oakland, the nearest banking and 
shipping point. Mail, daily. John 
Vv'otring postmaster. 



(Bush station), in Taylor county. ~jY2 
miles northwest of Grafton, the coun- 
ty seat and banking point. Exp, B 
& O and U S. 

^liller J W, general store. 



BROOKS RUN. 
A station on the B & O R R, in 
Webster county, 12 miles from Sutton. 
Postoffice name is Prestonia. 



BROCK RUN. 

A station on the Holly River & Ad- 
dison Ry, in Braxton county, 2% miles 
from Palmer. 



BROOKSVILLE. 

Calhonn cr)unty. See Bigbend. 



BROOKLIN. 

Population, 60. In Raleigh county, 
23 nnles southpast of Beckioy. the 
county seat, and Vz mile from Hinton. 
its banking and shipping point. Mail, 
daily. 



BROOKLYN. 

An incorporated village, opposite 
New Martinsville, across Big Fishing 
creek, and on the Ohio river and Ohio 
River division of the B & O R R, in 
Wetzel county. See New Martinsville, 
the postoffice address, for information 
and names. 



BROOMFIELD. 

Population, loO. A village on the B 
& O R R, in Marion county, 1.5 miles 
northwest of Fairmont, the county 
seat, and 3 from ]Mannington, the 
nearest banking point. Telephone 
connection. James A McElfresh posL- 
niii>ter. The railroad name is Down.<. 

Downs J M, general store. 
Freeland S T, mill. 
McElfresh James A & Co, 
Store. 



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BROOKS. 

Population, 75. A village on the 
New^ river and the C & O Ry, in Sum- 
mers county, 4 miles north of Hinton, 
the county seat and banking point. 
Telephone connection. Exp, Adams 
Tel, W U. Pv Meador postmaster. 
Fink Rev H N. 
Fox D M, gardener. 
Fox H D, barber. 
Fox J A, blacksmith. 
Graham C H. milling. 
Meador R, Railroad Agent and Gen- 
eral Store. 
Meador S F, music. 
Meadows Andrew, blacksmith. 



BROSIUS. 

A village on the Potomac river and 
P. iSc O R R, in Morgan county, 6 miles 
north of Berkeley Springs, the county 
seat, and 14 mile from Hancock Md. 
its banking point. Mail, daily. J W 
Gulp postmaster. 

Adams James, r r agent. 
Lojip Daniel, cooper. 
Sligars Elwood, physician. 
VanGosen E, surveyor. 
West J A, physician. 



BROWN. 
Population, 200. Formerly Brown's 
Mill. A town on Ten Mile creek and 
the West Virginia Short Line of the 
B & O R F{, in Harrison county, li 
miles northwest of Clarksburg, the 
county seat, and 3 from Wallace, the 
banking point. Has Baptist and Meth'- 
odist Episcopal churches and a new 
general school. Telephone connection. 



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P.XP. Adams. Tel W U. Mail, daily. 
T C Bennett postmaster. 

.Alleii Elbert, shoemaker. 

HenneU D C, jeweler. 

Bennett T C, General Store. 

Cunningham F E, carpenter. 

Davis M O, mason. 

Edgell H C, saw mill. 

EdgcU W N, general store. 

Ed gel 1 Wm. flour mill. 

Griffin James A. carpenter. 

Kelly A O, physician. 

Kelly C L, carpenter. 

Kelly G W, physician. 

Kemper D W, undertaker. 

Kemper W J. carpenter. 

Rogers M J. hotel. 

Rogers W R, millinery. 

Swiger C N. carpenter. 

Thompson Van, exp, r r and tel agent. 

Watkins J V, insurance. 

Watkins L E & Co, general store. 

Whiteman George M, blacksmith. 



BROWNING. 

A recently established postoffice in 
Jackson county, 27 miles north of 
Ripley, the county seat, and 12 from 
Ravenswood, the banking and ship- 
ping point. Mail, daily. 



BROWNS. 

A station on the Huntington division 
of the C & O Ry, in Fayette county. 



BROWNSVILLE. 
• A station on the B & O R R, in 
Lewis county, BVa miles south of 
Weston 



BROWNSVILLE. 

A station on the Ohio River division 
of the B & O R R, in Mason county, 7 
miles north of Point Pleasant. 



BRUCE. 

Population. 350. A village in Nicho- 
las county, 14 miles southeast of Sum- 
njt'rsville, the county seat and banking 
point, and 25 from Ansted, the ship- 
ping point. :MaiI, tri-weekly. W J 
Wiseman postmaster. 

r»otson P K, mill owner. 
Jl>pes John, coal. 
<>l)t-ll Anions, blacksmith, 
"rn-ionf P N, general store. 
*>!i..torfr Phil, millwright. 



PHONES, UF.LL. 840 COURT. 
P. «SL A. 701 ?1. 

WM.J.WEIXEL, 

Broker In Oil, Gas, Coal and Timber 

Lands. Real Estate and Mortgages. 

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Vt/iseman W J, General Store. 



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Population, 150. A village on Sandy 
creek, in Preston county, IG miles 
north of Kingwood, the county seat, 
and 10 from Somerfield Pa. the usual 
shipping point. Telephone connection. 
Mail, daily. M L Cole postmaster. 

Armstrong Grant, general store. 
Beeghly Emanuel, flour mill. 
Bowermaster \V J, general store. 
Bruceton Bank (capital $25,000), L E 

Friend pres. C R Bartlett cashier. 
Cnp])ett G C, undertaker, 
McGibLoDS \V H, harness and justice. 
Miller W FI, blacksmith. 
Nedrow Dr J S, drugs. 
Richards C W, physician. 
Rodehaven James A, blacksmith. 
Scott O P, general store. 



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BRUSHFORK. 

A postoffice in Mercer county, 11 
miles southwest of Princeton, the 
county seat, and four from Bluefield, 
its banking and shipping point. Tele- 
phone connection. Mail, tri-weekly. 
T A Campbell postmaster. 

Ayres Rev W H. general store. 
Burnop Wra. blacksmith. 
Burnop & Laramie, blacksmiths. 
Harry W E, live stock. 
Hawley Miss Josie, teacher. 
Spangier H G, lumber. 



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Population, 175. A village in Pen- 
dleton county, 15 miles north of Frank- 
lin, the county seat, and 200 from 
Wheeling. Keyser, 52 miles north, 
on the B & O R R. is the nearest lail- 
road station. Telephone connection. 
Noah Kimble postmaster. 



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Dillon Lewis, blacksmith. 
Gnnimett P H B. blacksmith. 
Grimmett T G C, General Store. 
Lilly L D. carpenter. 
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^ jJoweis josepn, blacksmith. 
i:)ON\ers Kev L B. 
^CQQ. dl iioimes cnaries, painter. 

iioimes George \v, wagon maker, 
^p^ Judy b & G, carpenters. 
Cmj ive^^uer George VV, blacksmith. 

Ke>n<-'r ,\oan, cooper. 
Sy^ iviie L tj G, snoemaker. 
WSaa^M ivimliie Ja^oo M, biacKsmith. 

^ Kimoie iNoan, Live otock and Notary, 

BBiB Kimuie &aiem, general store. 



I BUCKEYE. 

: A village on the Greenbier division 
I of the C & O Ry, in Pocahontas 
: county, 4 miles south of Marlinton, 
; the r-ounty seat and bank location, anti 
; 50 from Ronceverte. Telephone con- 
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BRYAN. 

Popula<:ion, 5u. in Mason county, 
2i mues boutli oi i-oini neasaai, iu« 
cuunry seat, and 3 from Glonwood, on 
lUe i:J ic (J K K, the snipping pomi 
Lraiiipolis O is the nearest oankin^ 
town. Feter Meadows postmaster. 

Conrad John, general store. 
Haiiey George K, lawyer. 
Haiiey j K, corn mill. 
Haiiey S A, general store. 
MeaaoNvs A G, blacksmith. 
Meadows E J, constable. 
Ivieauows L. live stock. 
Meadows Peter, General Store. 
Meadows S W, blacksmith. 
Meadov.-s W J, blacksmith. 



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H S. grain and live stock, 
worth Wm. carpenter, 
r A W. blacksmith. 
r Henry, blacksmith. 
ic Withrow, grist mill. 

D A & Son. general store. 

W C, mason. 

& Duncan, General Store. 
Fork Driving Co, lumber, 
n J O, constable, 
t George W, mason. 
N C, justice. 



BRYSON. 

Also known as Maple Meadow. Pop- 
ulation, oU. In Raleigh county, i"i 
miles west of Beckley, the county 
seat and banking point, and 15 from 
Raleigh, the shipping point. :^lail, tri- 
weekly. .Manser iii-yson postmaster. 
Bolt <Sc Bryson, General Store. 



BUCK. 
A farmers' postotiice in Summers 
county, 'JV-: miles southeast of Hinton, 
the county seat, banking and shipping 
point Telephone connection. Mail, 
semi-weekly. L D Lilly i)Ostmaster. 



BUCKHANNON. 

"With 4.O00 population, including 
I South Fiuckhannon, vv'hich is a sepa- 
1 rate corporation, but in Buckhannon 
I postal district, is located on the Buck- 
j hannon river and on the B & O R R. 
i W Va & P division, in Upshur coun- 
i ty, of v.hich it is the county seat. 
' It contains 10 churches, good schools, 
j 4 banks, good hotels, and is pro- 
I vided with natural gas for heat- 
j ing and illuminating, has paved 
j streets, electric lights and water 
I works, and a handsome new court 
; house, which cost upwards of $40,000. 
A new railroad, the Point Pleasant. 
Buckhannon & Tygarts Valley R R (a 
part of the B & O system) is nearing 
completion. It will connect with the 
Graftr)n & Belington R R, thus giving 
greater commercial facilities with all 
leading Northern and Eastern ship- 
ping points. The West Virginia 
Conference Seminary, now a col- 
, lege, is located here, and had 
I an attendance last year of over 
j five hundred students in all de- 
! partmonts. Thorough and efficient 
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Oil top ail i^inijs of 
Painting. Staining and 
Graining. It is ciiuaper 
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physical mltiire, elocution and busi- 
ness, in arldition to the reguKir nor- 
mal, scientific, classical and literary 
courses. This institution has been 
recently endowed to the amount of one 
hunnr*^d thoasand dollars, and will be 
greatly enhirgtd in the near luture. 
A fine new opera house, with seat- 
ing capacity of 1,000. was recently 
completed, at a cost of $15,000. 
The Buckhannon Board of Trade is 
composed of representative business 
and professional men. including bank- 
ers, merchants, doctors, lawyers, etc., 
v'ho are wo inking unseiflshlv for the 
growth and development of the town. 
Among the many business enter- 
prises may be mentioned, 1 cut glass. 
1 pressed glass and 1 window glass 
factory, an artificial ice plant, woolen 
mill, tannery. 2 brick yards, 2 flour 
mills. 1 planing mills, a private hos- 
pital, private sanitarium and 4 weekly 
newspapers. The large number of 
new buildings now being erected, and 
the constant activity in real estate cir- 
cles, denotes a greater prosperity 
than has been seen here for years. 
Local and long distance telephone 
service. Exp. U S. Tel, W U. Erskin 
W :\!artin postmaster. 

Alexander Samuel G. carpenter. 

Alkire Enoch B, dentist. 

Alton Lumber Co (George L and G W 
Fish and Bert W Ackles), Whole- 
sale and Retail. ^See adv.) 

Amlung George C. shoemaker. 

Anchor Mill Co (Clinton I Farnsworth. 
Edward ^r and Charles F Jackson), 
feed. 

Apo-Rheuma Co, P F Henderson pres, 
L J Faulkner sec. 

ApplegGt Rev Selah G (M P). 

Armstrong. Crisiip. Day & Co, John 
A Crisiip pres, wholesale grocers. 



Ai-nold & Dusenberry (Mrs Elizabeth 
Arnold. Harold L Dusenberry), gen- 
er_n! >tore. 

Ash I £, Teacher V/est Virginia Con- 
fe-.ence Seminary. 

Asppr Jacob H, general store. 

Atlantic Refining Co, Edward J Reger 
1.2 ent. 

Bailey Charles A, wagonmaker. 

Bailey George \V, general store. 

3arnhi!| Ethel J, Teacher of Music 
West Virginia Conference Seminary. 

Baltimore & Ohio R R, M M Cutright 
agent. 

Beer's Dr Electro-Therapeutic Sani- 
tarium, O B Beer, M D, Physician in 
Chaige. (See adv.) 

Beer Mrs Dr O B. Matron Dr Beer's 
Elect ro-Therapeutir Sanitarium. 

Beer Dr Oscar B. Physician in Charge 
Dr Beer's Electro-Therapeutic Sani- 
tarium. 

Bender Julia A, Teacher West Virginia 
Conference Seminary. 

Bpunett Wm B, boarding house. 

Bennett Wm G, Judge Circuit Court, 
P O Weston W Va. 

Bergman C G & Co, Carl G Bergman 
mngr. jewelers. 

Blair J R, physician. 

Bond Claude C, physician. 

Boreman Arthur I, Cashier Buckhan- 
non Bank. 

Boston Rev Robert (A M E). 

Brown Eugene. County Clerk. 

Broyles Eva E. Teacher West Virginia 
Coni'eronce Seminary. 

Brcyles George T, Treasurer and Prin- 
cipal Business Department West Vir- 
ginia Conference Seminary. 

Bryant <fe Leonard (Clarence Bryant. 
Clvde Leonard), meats. 

Buckhannon Bank (Capital and Sur- 
plus $70,000). Thomas J Farnsworth 
President. A I Boreman Cashier. 
(See adv.) 

Buckhannon Banner The, T McCreery 
proprietor. 

Buckhannon Board of Trade, G F 
Stockert President, J M N Downcs 
Secretary. 

Buckhannon Cut Glass Co. Robert Ga> 
( Parkersburg) pres, A I Boreman 
sec-treas. 

B.ickhannon Delta and Knight-Errant 
TiiO. T J Liggett President. M f'^ 
Ciit.ight Secretary. J W Waldeu 
Managing Editor, (See adv.) 



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Civil and Mining Engineer. 

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obtain MEDICAL AND SURGICAL ATTETfTION, CAREFUL KURSITfG. constant Watdifulness 
and Skilled, Professional Treatment. Special Attention to Diseases of Women. 

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and up-to-date methods. 
Fitted up with all the 
latest electrical and hot 
air apparatus. Special 
attention given to the 
use of electricity, hot 
air, massage, etc., to 
the treatment of the so- 
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Ray examinations. Nice 
private rooms. Lady as- 
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Meade St. and College 
Ave., next to Seminary. 
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Buekhannon Electric Light & Water 
Co. John Butcher supt. 

Buekhannon Gas Co. "W W Bnice siipt. 

Buekhannon Hardware Co, U G Young 
pres. W F Fowkes treas. 

Buekhannon Marble & Granite Co. Pvl 
E Smith propr. monuments. 

Buildiannon Opera House. Wni L Fos- 
ter mngr. 

Buekhannon Pressing Co, A S Lemon 
^[anager, Clothes Cleaned. Dyed, 
Pressed and Repaired, Tailoring. 
(See adv.) 

Buekhannon Woolen Mill f.Tohn H Par- 
ker and G F Stockert). 

Builders' Supply Co. S and H T Boy- 
len Proprietors. Builders' Supplies. 
Lumber, Lath and Shingles. (See 
adv.) 

Burdette Rev George W (U B). 

Carper Alvin, live stock. 

Casto Brothers (David D and Charles 
B) , general store. 

Casto David, blacksmith. 

Casto .James, justice. 

Chalfant C Ellis. Real Estate Dealer, 
Office Opposite Court House. (See 
adv.) 

Chidester Lane B. notions. 

Childers Mrs Alice, dressmaker. 

ChiMers Daniel, watchmaker. 

Clark George H. harness maker. 

Clark Horace R. grocer. 

Cox Rev C H ( IJ B), presiding elder 
Buekhannon district 

Coyner Algernon, dray age. 

Cross John E. lawyer. 

Crummett Rev S P, presiding elder 
M E Church. 

Cutright Daniel, justice. P O Hinklc- 
ville. 

Cutright Manley ^L agent B & O R R 
and U S Exp Co. 

Cutright W B. Lawyer, Main Street. 

Dailey James, Mayor South Buekhan- 
non. 



DarnaH Harrison A, Postmaster. 

Dauphinee Nellie M, A B, Teacher of 
Literature West Virginia Conference 
Seminary. 

Davis James A, general store. 

Dawson Tom. justice. 

Day Brothers (George F and Wm M). 
general store. 

Day George W, councilman. 

Day Miles M, county commissioner. 

Deck James J. A M, Teacher of Lan- 
guages West Virginia Conference 
Seminary. 

Dorr Lowa M. Ph B, Principal West 
Virginia Conference Seminary. 

Downes J M N, Attorney at Law, Col- 
lections and Secretary Board of 
Trade. 

Drummond T B & Co. T B Drummond 
ALanagor, Wholesale and Retail 
Dealers in Windows. Doors. Cabi- 
net Mantels, Builders' Hardware and 
Supplies. Carriages and Buggies, 
Farm Implements, etc. (See left 
top lines and adv.) 

Eigle Lawrence D. blacksmith. 

Farns worth Bert U, shoemaker. 

Farnsworth Cal C, barber. 

Farnsworth Clinton I, mngr Anchor 
Mill. 

Farnsworth Clinton R. general store. 

Farnsworth .Jackson J, grocer. 

Farnsworth Thomas G, Mayor. 

Farnsworth Thomas J, President Buek- 
hannon Bank. 

Farnsworth Thomas O. produce. 

Farnsworth Willie E. barber. 

Ferguson G S, florist. 

Unley Robert, grocer. 

Fisher John H, jeweler. 

Fisher Mary A, novelties, 

Fisher Wade H, lawyer. 

Flaccus Wm Oak Leather Co of Pitts- 
!)urg Pa. Wm F Viehmier supt. 

Fleming George AL lawyer. 

Pollen Bernard J, blacksmith. 

Forman TJoyd H. physician. 

Fridley Lizzie, dressmaker. • 

Graham John M. mngr J M Stone- 
street and tailor. 

Graham Sanford, Assistant Cashier 
Traders' National Bank. 

Green Adam, drayage. 

Grose up Wm, brick mnfr. 

Gurkin Mrs M E. millinery. 

Hall Hardware Co (Jacob G-. Daniel 
O'B and Leonidus A Hall). 




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GEO. L. FISH. G. W. FISH. B. W. ACKLES. | ? 

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Hammer T.loyd. black^^mith. 

Hardesty John W, creneral store. 

Haught Mrs T W, Preceptress West 
Virginia Conference Seminary. 

Haught Thornas W, A B, Librarian 
A"^.Vsi Virginia Conference Seminary. 

Hawkin- T:j;nia>^. brick nmfr. 

Heaton & King (Mary L Heaton. Alice 
King't, genera] store. 

Heavner Mrs A B. dressmaker. 

Heavner .Jacob W, real estate. 

Henger Rev X (R C). 

Henry .J L & Co (James L Henry, Ira 
E Travis anr! Lee L Bennett), plan- 
ing mill. 

Higginljoi'iam Coleman C, lawyer. 

Hiileary Wm H. Editor and Manager 
The Upshur Republican. 

Hodges & Shakelford (T E Hodges, 
O F Shakelford). meats. 

Holt Wm E. grocer. 

Hook John M, watchmaker and op- 
tician. 

Hopkins George, upholsterer. 

Huin John T. physician. 

Hughes Draper C. architect. 

Hunter Grant D. councilman. 

Isherwood <fc Cody (M S Isherwood, 
:\i arietta O, Ross B Cody), lumber 
manufacturers. 

Jackson Bros (Edward M and Charles 
F). carriages, 

Jackson M J. cattle dealer. 

Jelly J J. Musical Director West Vir- 
ginia Conference Seminary. 

Jelly Mrs J J. Teacher of Music West' 
Virginia Conference .Seminary. 

Jennings & Dowel! (Jack Jennings 
and Hou-ton Dowell). Livery and 
Feed Stal.de. (See adv.) 

Jone? Charles E. touncilnian. 

Kellar George C, Teacher West Vir- 
ginia Conference Seminary. 

Keller N C. Superintendent West Vir- 
ginia Conference S^^minary. 



STILES BROS 

505 Juliana St., Parkersburg, VV. Va. 



Kiddy Arthur G, furniture. 

Knight-Errant Co The, T J Liggett 
President, Wm Cutright Secretary, 
J W W^alden Managing Editor, Pub- 
lishers Buckhannon Delta and 
Knight-Errant. (See adv.) 

Lanham Enos B, county assessor. 

Lavman Granville B. county commis- 
sioner. P O Swamp Run. 

Lemon Albert S, Proprietor Buckhan- 
non Pressing Co. (See adv.) 

Levinstein Simon L, clothing. 

Lewis Andrew, grocer. 

Lewis Cyrus B, barber. 

Lewis Mrs Dora B, grocer. 

Lewis Perry C. brick mason. 

Liggett T J, President The Knight- 
Errant Co. 

Lindsay Lemuel H. dentist. 

Loudin Nicholas C. harness maker. 

Loudin Planing Mill Co, Thomas A 
Loudin Manager. 

McCormick Charles W, life insurance. 

McCray Ivy D, A B, Teacher of Elo- 
cution West Virginia Conference 
Seminary. 

McCreery Thomas, propr Buckhannon 
Banner. 

McWhorter C S, Cashier Traders' Na- 
tional Bank. 

McWhorter Mrs J, dressm^aker. 

MacAvoy Miss J L, phot.grapher. 

Mahood Rev James (M E). 

Manley J H, shoemaker. 

Manley Matthew A, general store. 

Manley &-. Manley (Charles E and 
James H). general store. 

Mansbach Jerome H, clothing. 

Martin Bros (Robert. Jacob E and 
Wm T), brick masons. 

Martin Mrs Carrie M. Matron West 
Virginia Conference Seminary. 

Ma.xwell Frank P, horse dealer. 

Mick Wm S, county supt of schools. 

Mills W O, Ph B. Registrar West Vir- 
ginia Conference Seminary. 

Morrison .Bascomb "SI. meats. 

Mountain State Medicine Co, L P 
Shinn pres. George W Shipman sec. 

Mullens T^yle A, civil engineer. 

Neff John B, chief of police. 

Xefr: Robert N. painter. 

Newlon Granville, receiver Alexander 
<fe Rich Mountain R R. 

New Valley House. Mrs C W Shobe 
proprietor. 

Nutter W Bruce, prosecuting attorney. 

Parker James C. general store. 

West Virginia fSatural 
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CAPITAL $50,000.00. SIRPLIS AND liNDfVIDEO PROflTS $30,000.00. = 

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W. P. Fowkes, F. P. Maxwell, W. D. Talbot, R. A. Reg-er. 

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Patterson Fred C. plumber. \ 

Peoples' Bank of West Virginia, Dr S i 
C Rusmisell pres, Clark W Heav- I 
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Pew Clay X, lawyer. I 

Pifer F Clarence, lawyer. 

Pifer J Lincoln, M D. Proprietor and 
Surgeon Up.shur County Hospital. 
(See adv.) 

Piggott Rev J T (X: B). 

Poe Charles J. Attorney-at-Law, Real 
Estate, Coal and Timber Lands. 

Poling \Vm L & Greeley E, general 
store. 

Pollock Rev George W (Presbyterian). 

Post Adam, cattle dealer. 

Post Bros (George S and Moses S), 
barbers. 

Post Rolandis, carpenter. 

Post William, President Traders' Na- 
tional iiank and Dealer in Live 
Stock. 

Ponndstcne Alexander M. lawyer. 

Pritchard Frank, blacksmith. 

Pritchard Walter H. restaurant. . 

Proudfoot Gilbert R, real estate. 

Radabough Bezalee, justice. 

Reese Alfred L, constable. 

Reese Davifl H. photographer. 

Reese Samuel & Son, Samuel Reese 
mngr. general store. 

Reger Edward J, agent Atlantic Refin- 
ing Co. 

Reger Robert A, physician. 

Republican Co The, W H Hiileary 
Manager, Publishers The Upshur Re- 
publican. ( See adv.) 

Rice James F, Teacher West Virginia 
Conference Seminary. 

Roberts Wm H, grocer. 

Rohrbough & flughes (Howard F 
Rohrbough, John E Plughes), wail 
paper. 

Rollins Luther D, justice. 



Rusmisell .f D, deputy sheriff, P O 
Frenchtown. 

Rusmisell Samuel C. physician and 
pres Peoples Bank of West Virginia. 

Russell A P & Co (Asbury P Russell, 
G W Smith and G W Swisher), agri- 
cultural implements. 

See Roy. lawyer. 

Sexton Etta, millinery. 

Sextan Floyd P. general store. 

Sexton .Jason, well driller. 

Sharps .Jesse H, dry goods. 

Shaw .lasper N, county assessor. P O 
Canaan. 

Shobe Mrs C W, propr New Valley 
House. 

Shrader J E, Teacher West Virginia 
Conference Seminary. 

Simmons Rev Dallas < Baptist). 

Simpson George B, drugs. 

Singleton .James .J, real estate. 

Smith Emerson B. shoes. 

Smith M E, propr Buckhannon Marble 
& Granite Co. 

Star Milling Co (D O'B Hall, Isaac S 
Bond and Robert Jolly), 

Starcher Hugh, feed. 

Stathers Madison, A B, Teacher of 
Languages West Virginia Confer- 
ence Seminary. 

Steimer Improvement Co, J F Ballen- 
tine mngr, real estate. 

Stewart & Hiileary (George W Stew- 
art. Fred Hiileary), painters. 

Stockert & Parker (George F Stock- 
ert. ,rohn H Parker), proprs Buck- 
hannon Woolen Mills. 

Stockwell Elijah, shoemaker. 

Stonestreet James E, racket store. 

Stonestreet John M. Photographer, 
Picture Frames and Photographic 
Supplies. (See adv.) 

Stuart & Trippett (Jerome Stuart. 
T^ H Trippett). real estate. 

Talbott Bros & Co (Oke S and Walter 
G Talbott). drugs. 

Talbott Francis M. grocer. 

Talbott <fe O'Brien (Wra D Talbott, 
Wm S O'Brien), lawyers. 

Tenney A M Jr, Sheriff. 

Tenney John V, county surveyor, P 
O Hemlock. 

Teter Charles F, coal lands. 

Thompson & Farr, agents Clarksburg 
Steam L?uirdry. 

Totten W G L. lawyer. 

Tovvnsend Rev Frank S (M E). 



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kinds of Real Estate see Grogg & Dudley's Advertisement, page 26. 






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Tr.iders* National Bank (Capital and 
Surplus. $80,000), WmPost Presi- 
'hiit. V G Young Vice President. C. 
S McWliorter Cashier, Sanford 
(I'riiham, Assistant Cashier. (See 
adv. ) ' 

Trask Winnie L, Stenographer West 

Virs;inia Conference Seminary. 
Trotter Prof Frank B, A M, Vice Presi- 
dent West Virginia Conference Sem- 
inary. 
Trotter J Russell, lawyer. i 

Trotier James R. lawyer. 
Trotter Jessie, Teacher West Virginia 

Conference Seminary. 
Upshur County Hospital, J Lincoln 
Piter, M D, Proprietor and Surgeon. 
(See adv.) 
Ipshur County Telephone Co, J M N 

Dowues, manager. 
Upshur Glass Co The, G F Stockert 

pres, W H Howard, sec-mngr. 
I'pshur Hardware Co, Grant D Hunter 

manager. 
Upshur Republican The, The Republi- 
can Co Publishers, W H Hilleary 
F^ditor and Manager. (See adv.) 
Valley Glass Co, F C Steimer pres and 

general manager. 
Viehmier W F & Co (Wm F Viehmier 
and Alexander G Giffin), planing 
mill. 
Virginia Hotel, L Vv" Zinn propr. 
Walden J W, Managing Editor Buck- 

aannon Delta and Knight-Errant. 
Ward Charles H, general store. 
Watson Mrs Mary, boarding house. 
West Virginia Conference Seminary, 
Rev John Wier President. Professor 
F B Trotter Vice-President. (See 
adv.) 
Western Union Telegraph Co, Ellis 

Wilson manager. 
White Clements E. physician. 
Whittdiair James E, watchmaker. 
Whifesrarver Furniture Co, Benjamin 

y Whitescarver manager. 

Whiting Bessie L, Teacher of Music 

Wf^st Virginia Conference Seminary. 

Wier Rev John. A M, D D, President 

West Virginia Conference Seminary. 

\S.-e atlv.) 

NVillani.s ^'. Cressler (Fred Williams, 

.V H Cressler), general store. 
WiU,:n Ellis, mngr W U Tel Co. 
Wright Bland B, barber. 
Young Geofgf^ O, drugs. 
Vnung Henry E. tailor. 



Young Ransdell P, harness maker. 

Young Wade H. city recorder. 

Young «fe McWhorrer (Ulysses G 

Young, .John C McWhoi'ter), lawyei's. 
Ziikefoose Albert J, clerk circuit 

court. 
Zinn Lewis W, propr Virginia Hotel. 



BUCKHORN. 

Population, 200. A village on the 
B & O R R. in Preston county, 8 miles 
south of Kingwood. the county seat, 
and .3 from Tunnelton. its banking 
point. Exp, U S. Tel, W U. S R 
Puckett postmaster. 

Anderson E W, exp and r r agent. 
Oppicello B. general store. 
Proudfoot M H, physician. 
Puckett S R. Superintendent Standard 

Lime & Stone Co. 
Sanders Thomas, meats. 
Standard Lime & Stone Co, Daniel 

Baker pres. 
Triekett J W, tel agent. 



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BUENA. 

A postoffice in Tucker county, 20 
miles southeast of Parsons, tiie coim- 
ty seat, and 10 south of Davis, the 
banking ?nd shipping point. Tele- 
phone connection. ^laii. tri-weekiy. 
C C Cosner i)0stmaster. 

Bennett I C. constable. 
Coffman Rev A L. 
Collins M, live stock, 
Collins Rev W I (Christian). 
Cosner A L. carpenter. 
Cosner C C. Grocer. 
Crossland George T, blacksmith. 
Fohner Peter, mason. 
Fohner Philip, blacksmith. 
Graham Mrs J E, music teacher. 
Griffith Jennie, dressmaker. 
Harr Co The. general store. 
Judy Isaac, carpenter. 
Scutt George, justice. 
Shaffer S H. carpenter. 
Shobe Jacob, live stock. 



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Population. ^)U0. An incorporated r^ ^ ^_ 

town in the northern part of Putnam ^ ----- 
county, on the Kanawha river and %2* --^ 
the K & M Ry. 1<~» miles northwest '^ UW 
of Winfield, the county seat, and o7 ^ ^-3 
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P. RIESECK, Allegheny Ave. and Rebecca St. 

ALLEGHENY, PA. 
See adv. In Builders' Iron Work. 



polls O. and tlie boats for Pittsburg 
Pa and Cincinnati O make landings 
here. Point Pleasant, 21 miles dis- 
tant, is the banking town. It has 
flour and teed mills and Baptist, Pres- 
byterian and Methodisr Episcopal 
f South) churches and a newspaper, 
The Buffalonian. Telephone connec- 
tion. Exp, U S. Tel. W U. Edgar 
Higginbothara postmaster. 

Allen G E, justice. 
Blake Robert E. undertaker. 
Blake «fc Frazier, druggists. 
Br\an ii: Bro, corn and feed mill. 
Buffalo City Brass Band. 
Cociiran A A. meat market. 
Cochran J A & Co. general store. 
Davis Amos, barber. 
Dickerson Rev L (Baptist). 
Douglas & Buxton, flour mill. 
Finch & Raymer. blacksmiths. 
Henson E B, general store. 
Holstein C E, barber. 
Hotel Blake. 

Kerr P M. exp, tel and r r agent. 
Lamdin Rev (Presbyterian). 
McCoy A A, blacksmith. 
Nash M Clark, bridge builder. 
Nease David W. general store. 
Oldaker Benjamin L. saw mill. 
Radabaugh Rev M E (U B). 
Renner Francis ,J C. general store. 
Smith J B, shoemaker. 
SUifford Rev M E ( M E). 
Wallace J H, photgrapher. 
Watkins N E, general store. 



BUFFALO CREEK. 

A station on the N & W Ry, iu 
Wayne county, 17 miles north of 
Wayne. 



BUFFALO LICK. 

The postoffice for a farming com- 
niunitv in Roane county, miles 



soutli of Spencer, the county seat, 
baiiking and shipping point. Mail, 
daily. L H Looney postmaster. 

Rowh Bros, general store. 



BULA. 

Population, 100. In Monongalia 
county, 2o miles northwest of Morgan- 
town, the county seat. 9 from Amos, 
the banking point, and 12 from Bur- 
ten, the nearest shipping point. Tele- 
phone ronnoction. Mail, daily. Clar- 
ence E Sidwell postmaster. 

Hillbury C C, barber and jeweler. 
Sidwell Bros, General Store. 



BULL RUN. 

A country pr)stofhce in Valley town- 
sliip, Preston county, 11 miles north- 
west of Kingwood, the county seat and 
banking point, and 4 from Masontown, 
the shipping point. Telephone con- 
nection. Mail, daily. J S Radobaugh 
postmaster. 
Gibson E C, justice. 
Jenkins George O, miller. 
.Jenkins L N, constable. 
Radobaugh D C, miller and carpenter. 
Radobaugh Henry, carpenter. 
Radoboi>gh J S, General Store 



BULLTOWN. 

A postoffice on the Little Kanawha 
river, in Braxton county, 17 miles 
northeast of Sutton, the coimty seat 
and banking point, and 7 from Heat- 
ers, the nearest shipping point. Tele- 
phone connection. Mail, daily. E L 
Lockard postmaster. 
Bosely Rev L W. 
Cunningham E H, notary. 
Duval George, mason. 
Duval Mrs, hotel. 
Lambert Elias, coal miner. 
Lambert James, music teacher. 
Lockard E L & Sons, Grist Mill and 

Wagon Manufacturers, 
Lovett C C. physician. 
Shaver L C, general store. 



BUNGERS. 
A country postottice in Greenbrier 
county, 4 miles northwest of Lewis- 
burg, the county seat and banking 
point, and .S from Ronceverte, its 
shipping point. Mail, daily. 



DOUBLEDAY-HILL ELECTRIC CO. 

Manufacturers & Dealers PlppfriP^l SuDDIiCS PITTSBURG, PA. 



4 Per Cent. Interest Paid on Savings. 

615 Market St.,Parkersburg, W. Va. 



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Imvjr ^ H. grist mill. 
^:nnii; C \V, general store. 



BUNKER HILL. 

ropuhitioii, ITo. A village on Mill 
i -ofk ati«l the C V R R, in Berkeley 
.oiirtty, 10 miles south of Martinsburg. 
• •,■ rdunty seat and banking point. 
1 \n, Aihinis. Telephone connection. J 
J hiiinas Stewart postmaster. 

r^.ivcn H B, general store. 
i;-.it/ W M, general store. 
!;•;!!. 'I C.porge, cooper. 
C;endenning W B, General Store. 
*. iiM' S S, watercress shipper. 
«iiH.' W B, blacksmith. 
rv,,w(ipr Rev U S (M E). 
''uniiingham S B, flour mill. 
p Tf(-r .I(;.seph, v-aa*on maker. 
L.iist' W S, exp and r r agent. 
ijuucis l\ A, dentist. 
Hoi.'.-rs H J. blacksmith. 
Stewart J Thomas, Shoemaker, 
.^whnley George W, physician. 
Trii^'-ca Jeremiah, hotel. 
W riKiit \V H. general store. 



J. C. REILIY, Pres. tt P. tlWS. Vice Prcs. 
F. T. LAUI^GER, Sec'y and Tteas. 

FREEHOLD REAL ESTATE COMPANY, 

334 Fourth Avenue, 

1st Floor Times Bldg., Pittsburg, Pa. 
OIRHC I ORS: 

J. D. Gallery, M. K. Mcr/lullin, J. C. Reilly, L. Vilsack- 
Charles Donnelly, W, V. Cailery, D.A.Reea. H.P.Haas- 
Transacts all Kinds of Real Estate. 



Hensley Wm C, iruit agent. 

Johnson P S, Book Agent and General 

Store. 
Maynard W M, carpenter. 
White C, carpenter. 
White L J, constable. 




BUNNERS. 

population. 40. A small village in 
Nfarion county, 11 miles east of Fair- 
mont, the county seat, banking and 
-liipping point. Telephone connection. 
.^?a!i. tri-weekly. Wager H Bunner 
!»>srniaster. 

Carpenter A H & Co, feed mill. 
H.iy]!urst James- B. justice. 
H avfiurst T W, constable. 
J writes Frank L, blacksmith. 
Mr<ran J C, blacksmith. 
Morrm J C & H E, general store. 
^■h>r,u\ R M, agent. 
K'>;c.rs R L. contractor. 
>^.ict^'r field O E, carpenter. 
Travis F L, general store. 



BURCHFiELD. 
A postoftice in Wetzel county, 25 
miles southeast of New Martinsville, 
the county seat, and y from Littleton, 
the banking and shipping point. Tel- 
ephone connection. Mail, tri-weekly. 

Barr Rowland, general store. 
Brown Jesse M, lumber. 
Higginbotham J F, genei'al store. 
Kiger Edward C, saw and grist mills. 
Mooie S, blacksmith. 
Phillips S, blacksmith. 



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BURDETT. 

Population, 50. In Putnam county, 
9 miles southeast of Hurricane, on the 
G & O Ry, its shipping point, 24 west m 
of Charleston, its 'banking point, and 
19 south of Wintield, the county seat. 
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Carpenter W M «& Sons, general store. 



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BURCH. 

Population, 7."). A village in Mingo 
■'"uity. 9 miles northeast of William- 
"*?ji, the county seat, banking and ship- 
Hiiic point. 'Mail, tri-weekly. P S 
•■ !;n-on postmaster. 

'";^ry s F, general store. 
'■•'•♦"y Lewis, notary. 
\ ^xU-y p ^\^ carpenter. 
^■'*-5*'y T H. assessor. ■ 



BURLINGTON. 

Population, 125. A village on Pat- 
terson creek, in Mineral county, 13 
miles southeast of Keyser, the county 
seat, banking and shipping point, and 
IV^ from Wheeling. Telephone con- 
nection. Stage daily to Keyser, fare 
25 cents, Petersburg. 5(i cents. Moore- 
field and Romney. :\lail, daily. I J 
Whip postmaster. 

Baker Frank L, physician. 

Bane J F, general store. 

Bane Miss Kate Lee, music teacher. 



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Vulcanite, Portland, New York, 
Rosend ale, Cumberland Valley, 
32d St, i Penna. R. R., PITTSSLRO, PA. 

AVItlTE FOR PRICES, 

See adv. in classified Builder's Supplies. 



Burlington Milling Co (Charles Smitli. 
B G C lower), rioiir mill. 

Glenview Hotel, George B Shank pro- 
prietor. 

Morrison John, huckster. 

Xewc'oiiib L H. huck-iter. 

'ihni.s;; P E. carpenter and undertaker. 

Umstot C G, saw mill. 

Umsrot &: Wilson, general store. 

Vandiver J W, agricultural impts. 

Whip I J, Agricultural Implements. 

Wils(ju John S, physician. 

Wright Miss Lena, music teacher. 

Wright Martin F. physician. 



O'BiiPn Dennis, oil producer. 
O'Brien Thomas, blacksmith. 
Park W Van, oil producer. 
Rader John F, hotel. 
Riley J D, oil producer. 
Ritcher & Co, oil producers. 
Roberts L R & James, oil producers. 
Shier & Bro. oil producers. 
Sione & Gates, oil producers. 
Tanner L E, wharf master. 
Wetzel L S, oil producer. 
Wheaton Lewis D, Oil Leases. 
Wh eaten W W H, oil producer. 



BURNSIDE. 
A station on the Greenbrier divi- 
sion of the C & O Ry, in Pocahontas 
''county, 14% miles south of Marlinton. 



BURNSVILLE. 
Population, ;j.50. A village on the 
Little Kanawha river and the B & O 
R R, in Braxton county, 18 miles 
northeast of Sutton, the county seat. 
Has Methodist and Presbyterian 
churches. 2 banks, a newspaper, the 
Burnsville Enterprise, a wagon fac- 
tory, 2 planing mills, a grist mill and 
2 saw mills. Telephone connection. 
Henry J Rud- 



BURNING SPRINGS 

Population, 35<J. A town on the Exp, U S. Tel, W U 
Little Kanawha river, in Wirt county, i \un postmaster. 
'J miles southeast of Elizabeth, the 
county seat and banking point, and 



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f:'hange Bank and mngr W^eston 
Central Tel. Co. 
j Armstrong G D, lawyer. 

Barnett P W, constable. 
; Bovie Miss Ada M, music teacher. 
i Braxton County Bank, H B Marshall 
I cashier. 
■ Brosius W L & Co, general store. 

Burnsville Enterprise, Orman Ran- 
dolph Proprietor. 

Burnsville Exchange Bank, Hugh 
Amos cashier. 

Burnsville Pharmacy. A B Bery propr. 

Bnrnville Wholesale Grocery. 
: Carney C A, carpenter. 

Central House. Mrs A M Heater propr. 

Conaway & Fletcher, plumbers. 

Dodrill Mrs J H. propr Union Hotel. 

Craig Rev C W (M E South). 

Feeney J F, furniture. 
\ Fidler & Sons, wagon makers. 

Gainer F A, general store. 

Games Rev .J M {U B). 

Gough Henry, staves, 
i Heater Mrs A M. propr Central House. 



point. Telephone connection. Mail, 
daily. L D Wheaton postmaster. 

Armstrong F L & Bro, general store. 
Becker S P. justice. 
Bufhngton G W, constable. 
Carney Oil Co, oil producers. 
Clark A P, lumber dealer. 
Cole Wm C. oil well driller. 
Depue J W. oil producer, 
Edu-ards & Co, oil producers. 
Eureka Pipe Line Station. 
Fought Emily, general store. 
Gibson J N, general store. 
Grow G N, oil producer. 
Hall W H, barber. 
Harley F J. oil well contractor. 
Johnson H B, blacksmith. 
Krtaps D A. oil producer. 
Kreaps Oil Co, oil producers. 
Madden N I), blacksmith. 
Mapes J N. oil producer. 
Martin Wm F, live stock. 
Mealey George H. oil producer. 
Mitchell Alexander J, physician. 



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Rawstliorne Engraving & Printing Company, 

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F [cat or John E, Inm]>er. 

Hofrer Bros, general store. 

ilovvell J W. blacksmith. 

Ilyre W G, propr Kanawha Hotel. 

Hyre Ja.son, barber. 

Jeffries T E, harness maker. 

Jones Rev Jesse (M P). 

Kanawha Hotel, W G Hyre propr. 

Kerns J W. grocer. 

Kidd John \V, physician. 

Kidd & McKinney, meat. 

Lake F H. painter. 

Lang H C & Son, hardware. 

IMcAvoy Mrs E E, propr Riverview 

Hotel. 
McCoy Janie N, milliner. 
McKinney L L, physician. 
McKinney T H. r r agent. 
Marshall H B, cashier Braxton Co 

Bank. 
Murphy M C, lumber. 
Plomey N, milliner. 
Proudfoot R L, general store. 
Rinehart J M. carpenter. 
Riverview Hotel, Mrs E E McAvoy 

proprietor. 
Rudkin Henry J (South Penn Oil Co.) 
Shock Albert, justice. 
South Penn Oil Co. 
Stalnaker S Wise, general store. 
Stockert Bros, feed. 
Taylor & Jack, livery. 
Teter Wm M, painter. 
Tetrick Bros & Stewart, general store. 
Trembly U G, jeweler. 
Union Hotel, Mrs J H Dodrill propr. 
Wade J A H, carpenter. 
Wade S C, carpenter. 
White S iSI, r r agent. 
Williams Nathan, photographer, 
Wolfe Martin, r r, exp and tel agent. 



EDGAR ill !\100RE&C0. 

fARMERS BANK BLJLDINQ, PITTSBUROn. 
Will purchase for you or give prices on any 
commodity in Iron, Steel op Suppliss. 
CHAPMAN GATE VALVES. 
New and Relaying Steel Rails. 
Teleplioue, Louj^ Dlstn,iice, CJraut 1517. 



county seat and shipping point, and 7 
from Smithviile, the banking point. 
Telephone connection. Mail, daily. A 
L Hardman postmaster. 

Burnt House Mill Co, Goff & Goff 

proprie^tors. 
Ferreli J E & Co, general store. 
Ferrell Mrs M A, milliner. 
Goff & Goff, proprs Burnt Hcuse Mill 

Co. 
Fling F G. hotel. 
Hardman A L, Saddler and Harness 

Maker. 
Hardman J F, physician. 
Hardman & :\Iinear, physicians. 
Lowther Miss Gertrude, dressmaker. 
Stalnaker J R, blacksmith and hotel. 



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Population, 62. In Ritchie county, 
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BURTON. 

Population, 300. A village on Fish 
creek and the B & O R R in Wetzel 
county, 30 miles east of New Martins- 
ville, the county seat, 2 from Hundred, 
the banking point, and 50 from Wheel- 
ing. Exp. U S. Telephone connec- 
tion. E E Cunningham postmaster. 

Ashcraft & Cunningham, General 

Store. 
Barrack W S, blacksmith. 
Barring A. hotel. 
Barring J S, meats. 
Barting O J. saw mill. 
Black Mai-y F, saloon. 
Burton Band. 
Burton Mill Co Inc. 
Central flotel, .Mrs J P Ice propr. 
Clovis T J, saloon. 
Harner Mrs A, hotel. 



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Kennen &. White, general store. 

liimUrick Henry, savv mill. 

Hoge J A & Co, general store. 

Hunt John L, harness. 

Ice Mrs J P. proijr Central Hotel. 

Hum; L C, livery. 

Ktei'an James, telegraph agent. 

Leiii]ey A J. phyt^jician. 

Lemiey E S. teamster. 

Lontz L W, justice. 

.Mallery John, barber. 

Kobin-son N W, r"urnitiire dealer and 

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Shriner S M, grain. 
Snodgra.-^s W C, lawyer. 
White ^vlrs J S, milliner. 
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A station on the B & O R R. in 
Taylor county, 5I2 miles norihwest of 
Grafton. P O name is Brittain. 



BUTLER. 

A farmers" postoffice in Mason 
county, 25 miles south of Point Pleas- 
ant, the county seat and banking 
point, and 5 from Glenwood, its ship- 
ping point. Mail, daily. 






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BYRNE. 

A country postoffice in Braxton 
county, 9 miles southwest of Sutton, 
the county seat, banking and shipping 
point. Mail, tri-weekly. W F Duffield 
postmaster. 

Coulter J C. general store. 
Duffieid W F. General Store. 
Frame Lanta, general store. 
Pierson F W, general store. 
Pierson J Arthur, justice. 

BYRNSIDE. 

Population, 50. In Putnam county, 
23 miles south of Winfieid, the county 



Carpenter R F, cooper, 
Courtright P, music teacher. 
McCallister John, grist mill. 
Maynard W A, blacksmith. 
Trail T C, general store. 



BYRON. 
A station on the B & O R R, in 
Harrison county, 8 miles south of 
Clarksburg. See Mount Clare (P 
namej for business. 



CABELL. 
A country postolBce in Boone coun- 
ty, 10 miles north of Madison, the 
county seat and banking point, and 
IS from :Marmet. on the C & O Ry, 
the shipping point. ^Nlail, semi-weekly. 
Oliver A Eastep postmaster. 

Dolin N J, physician. 
Eastep George, cattle dealer. 
Eastep Oliver A. General Store. 
Turley Ballard, mill. 
Walker Craig, general store and black- 
smith. 



CACAPEHON. 

Population. 100. A village in Hamp- 
shire county, 18 miles nortlieast of 
Roinney, the county seat and banking 
point, and 2 from Little Cacapon, th<a 
shipping point. Mail, daily. L G De- 
Haven postmaster. 

DeHaven D H, saw mill. 
DeHaven L G, General Store. 
Savill J D, saw mill. 
Savill J J. carpenter, 
Savill Wm, blacksmith. 



I CADDIE. 

I A postoflice in Mason county, 10 
i miles south of Point Pleasant, the 
i county seat and banking point, 9 from 
Gallipolis Ferry, the shipping point, 
and ITS from Wheeling. ^Nlail by spe- 
I cial supply. J D Canterbury post- 
master. 




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Davis Edward, physician. the oil well tool and supply stores. ^ ^ 03 

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CAIRO. . pedo factory, flour mill, planing mill, -^ ,^ -y- 

Population, 750.. On the B & O and boiler shop, oil well supply store, 3^ ^^ 

^lie C & K V R Rs, in Ritchie county, hotels, o churches and a weekly news- ^ .-^ CZ 

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'ii< the last three years much develop- B R Twyman postmaster. < ^ CD 

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fields and manv rich wells have been Adams P H, Rig Builder. (See adv.) CO _ 

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-. Haddox pies, G H Carver cashier, j 

bH 3 iLi Bee Archibald, physician. | 

CO - •* Bemeni Mrs M C, dressmaker. ! 

■" (/) Boston Wm P. town sergeant. j 

if, ^ y Brad lord G L. mngr National Sup- ! 

Tifi ply Co. I 

TT ^x m Brov/n Edward, oil producer. i 

^ ^ ^ Buffalo Oil Co, L P Wilson pres, oil ■ 

IS f} S producers. ■ | Haddox C E, pres Bank of Cairo. 

^ 3 ^ Cairo Fiour Mills, Moats & Kight pro- ; Hatfield Samuel, pres Mutual Bank. 

3 T5 prietors. I Hawkins A C, oil producer, W F Haw- 

ff\ 7" ,™ Cairo Oil Co. J H Rathbun mngr. I kins supt. 

(J) ^^^^^ Printing Co, Van A Zevely pro- \ Heckert Silas P, general store and 



, Fetty F C, agent B & O R R and U S 

j Express. 

j Fitzpatrick Thomas. ' shoemaker. 

I Fleming Bros (Wm B and Robert E). 
Manufacturers of Wooden Tanks for 

' Oil Wells, Railroads. Water Works. 

I Mines. Manufacturing Works of al! 

j Descriptions: also all kinds of Vats 

I and Cisterns. (See right bottom 

\ corner cards and adv. at Salem.) 

' Friedly Aaron, blacksmith. 

\ Gabbert PU)y. restaurant. 

: Gillespie Robert G. oil proflucer. 

j Gilmer Bros (A Lincoln and Turner). 

j oil rig builders. 

I Goodwin Edward, livery. 

I Greer Supply Co, Richard Wanless 
pres. Wm Hall sec and treas, W 
Homer Greer general mngr, hard- 
ware. 
Greer W Homer. Mayor and Notary. 

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Heckler .John G, barber. 
Heinlen R E. ticket agent C & K V 

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Hess G F, cashier Mutual Bank. 
^ Camp Run Oil Co, W F Taylor supt. Hess George T. general store. 
$ Caruthers John, oil well contractor. • Mines H C, Secretary Mines Torpedo 

Mines J E, President and Treasurer 

Hines Torpedo Co. 
Mines Torpedo Co, J E Mines Presi- 
dent and Treasurer, H C Hines 
Secretary. (See adv.) 
Motel Omega. J Prunty Proprietor. 
Howell O D. oil well contractor. 
Keegan & Jacobs, oil contractors. 
fy Cross Timothy L, blacksmith. i Larkin & Townsell, oil well con- 

■■■ T^rsirit, I \^'' T-iT>ir-\ riiiViiir< c/^hnoi tractors. 

LaVelle A & M (Misses Anna and 

Mary), milliners and dressmakers. 
Lay Robert J, harness maker. 
Lockhard Laura, dressmaker. 
McClaskey .J W. sewing machines. 
McColium Emma, teacher. 
McGregor Harley E, furniture. 
Markey F H, general store. 
Merchant Mrs S .J. propr Alpha House. 
S Co. ! :\Ioats .1 W, contractor. 

2 Eureka Pipe Line, Charles Stewart Mr.ats & Kight (Henry Moats. I F 
manager. I Kight), proprs Cairo Flour Mills. 

[l^ Ferrel U S G. physician. Moonlight Oil Co, P J Townsend mngr 



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#^,|^' Cairo Star The, Wm J Morris Pub- 
^ liih-r and Proprietor. tSee adv.) 

Cairo .Sc Kanawha Valley R R, H S 
Q Wilson pres, E E Wilson supt. 

Camp Run Oil Co, W F Taylor supt. 

Caruthers John, oil well contractor. 

Carver G H, cashier Bank of Cairo. 
0) Caton G W, constable. 
C Caton & Son (A T and G W), feed. 
« Clark Oil Co. W A Clark mngr. 
C Cline Charles E.. grocer. 
'-» Collins Wm, blacksmith. 
nj Consolidated Oil Co, C W Elder Man- 
., ager. 
^ Creed Oil Co. Oliver Collins mngr. 

Cross Timothy L, blacksmith. 

Davis J W. prin public school. 
JT Dilly W^m M, meat. 
^ Donovan Hugh, propr South Side 
C Boiler Works. 
Q Dotson Perry, livery. 

Douglass & Prunty (A M Douglass, 
E P Prunty). general store. 
Q Egau & Murphy (John P:gan and John 
^ ■ Murphy), oil producers. 
r Elder C W, Manager Consolidated Oil 



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Morris Wm J, Proprietor and Pub- 
lisher The Cairo Star and Oculist. 

Mutual Bank (capital $23,000). Samuel 
Hatfield pres, G F Hess cashier. 

National Supply Co. G R Bradford 
mngr, oil well supplies. 

Newman James, lawyer. 

Oil Well Supply Co, A H Greenawait 
manager. 

Prunty Orah, milliner. 

Prunty J, Proprietor Hotel Omega. 

Ritchie Oil Co. 

Showalter Rose, teacher. 

Sigler & Co (George P Sigler, G S 
Flesher). drugs. 

Sill Oil Co. 

Skinner J C, oil well contractor. 

South Penn Oil Co. J W Solly mngr. 

South Side Boiler Works, Hugh Don- 
ovan propr. 

Stafford Robert, oil contractor. 

Sturm Rev W. H (U B). 

Sulivan Timothy A. merchant tailor. 

Summers, Hall & Co (B E Summers, 
A L Halt, G P Sigler), general store. 

Tetrick M F & Son (M F and F L), 
feed. 

Trainer E. oil rig builder. 

Twyman B R, Postmaster. 

Twyraan & Hill (B R Twyman, G I 
Hill), general store. 

Vincent Creed, livery. 

Walters W \V, teacher. 

Wost Virginia Heat & Light Co, Louis 
I'l Ma ire manager. 

\Vo.<t Virginia Western Telephone Co, 
Addle Dye operator. 



Wild man .John P, stone mason. 

Wilson H S, pres C & K V R R. 

Wilson L P. pres Buffalo Oil Co. 

Wise Wm W. general repairs. 

Xerxes Oil Co. .Joseph Griffin mngr. 
, Young .John R. livery. 
I Zevely Van A, propr Cairo • Printing 
Co and justice of the peace. 

CALCUTTA. 

i Population, 75. A village in Pleas- 

I ants county, 4 miles southeast of St 
' Marys, the county seat, nearest bank 

. location and shipping point. Tele- 

I phcne connection. Mail daily. N J 
1 Williamson postmaster. 

Bills Aaron, hotel. 
: Bills W .J. live stock. 

Brown John, lumber. 
I Campbell F J. te) agent. 
I Farshty A. cooper. 
' Haddock H N. carpenter. 
I Haddox G B, carpenter, 
i Hardy A R, grist mill. 
' Hcndersliot Amos, trapper. 
j Ingram W F. live stock. 
j Justus John, stonemason. 
; Marple A E, teacher. 
; White G B. blacksmith. 
I Williamson N J, General Store and 
I Notary. 



CALDWELL. 

Population, 100. On the Greenbrier 
! river, and on the C v*^ O Ry, in Green 
i brier county, 3V2 miles southeast of 



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i Jackson James, carpenter, 
; Jones <t Riggle, musicians. 

Jones L B, general store. 
; Magruder Samuel, constable. 

P!ti!lipps \V S. notary and lawyer. 

Plants Wm. carpenter. 

Rir-hmond J & H Daiigherty, meats 

Sammons J L, physician. 

Seaton James, blacksmith. 



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CJliarleston. Exp, Adnms. Tel, W U. 
J H Ballard postmaster. 

Brice G M. r r, exp and tel agent. 
Davl^ W A, saw mill. 
Freedly & Davison Lumber Co. 
Greonbri'^r Roller :.IiU Co. 
Lanrireera A L. shoemaker. 
Mason S B. flour mill. 
Perkins R V. justice. 
Rutherford Taraps. blacksmith. 
W'atkins J L, general store. 






CALHOUN. 

Population. 80. A village in Barbour 
county, 6 miles southeast of Philippi, 
the county seat, banking and shipping 
point. Telephone connection. Mail, 
daily. J T Moss postmaster. 

Fisher C T, general store. 

Fisher H. miller. 

Hill B. carpentpr. 

.Tones Oscar, gpneral store. 

Lunlz A R. blacksmith. . 

Lanrv D W, shoemaker. 

Lfiutz John, live stock. 

Lantz Willis, blacksmith. 

Sharer B. shoemaker. 

Sinsel Port, carpenter. 

Thompson Rev J D C (Christian). 



CALVIN. 

Population, 120. A postoffice in 
Nicholas county, 11 miles northeast 
of Summersville. the county seat an>l 
banking point, and 9 from Camden on 
Gauley. it nearest shipping point'. Tel- 
ephone connection. Mail, daily. L L 
Rader postmaster. 

Baker J K, live stock. 

Baker L, farm products. 

Craig Sherman, teacher. 

Craig W H, live stock and furs. 

Fitz water O D. fur dealer. 

Groves Wallace, blacksmilh. 

Hickman S T, veterinary surgeon. 

Hiil Ira E, live stock. 

Martin Henry, shoemaker. 

Matheny Wm, meats. 

Rarter Samuel, livery. 

Todd Wallace, live stock. 



CAMBRIA. 

A recently established postoffice in 
Nicholas county, 25 miles west of Sui'i- 
mersville, the county seat and bankiu-; 
point, and 2 from Belva, the shippin.^ 
point. Mail, daily. 



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CALIS. 

Population, 50. Also known as Sea- 
ton ville. in Marshall county, 16 miles 
east of Moundsville. the county seat, 
!'» north of Cameron, it shipping and 
bnn Icing point, and :::: southeast of 
Wheeling. Mail, daily. E J Ferrell 
postmaster. 

Cain Rev (Methodist). 
Cvnninffhara Isaac, horse dealer. 
Ferrell Bros, Genera! Store. 
Giav Harvey, undertaker. 



CAMDEN. 

Population. 50. A postoffice in Le^vi^ 
county, G miles west of Weston, th 
county seat, banking and shippii;- 
point. Telephone connection. Stair^' 
daily to Weston, fare 50 cents, an. 
Glenville, $1.50. Mail, daily. Perr.. 
E Petty postmaster. 

Baker L T, live stock. 
Baker O P, live stock. 
Baker W N, blacksmith. 
Curtis Rev A F L (Methodist). 
Dpnt & Basel, live stock. 
Douglas Alvin, live stock. 
Petty Perry E, General Store. 
Gaston M, carpenter. 
Crrant C Z. carpenter. 
Hiazman B B. carpenter. 



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Hinzman Woodford, physician. 
Jarvis R B, shoemaker. 
Metz F A. live stock. 
Rohrbaugh A A, live stock. 
White A P, live stock. 



CAMDEN ON GAULEY. 

Population, .3it0. On the Gauley river 
and the B & O R R. in Webster coun- 
ty, 20 miles southwoKt of Webster 
Springs, the county seat, and 46 by 
rail from Sutton. Telephone connec- 
tion. E:xp. U S. Tel, W U. D J Ross 
postmaster. 

Blankinship T W, general store. 

Crookshanks & Furr. general store. 

Gauley Co, saw mill. 

Gauley Store Co. con eral store. 

Hyer Dr J E, drugs. 

McWhorter W T, general store and 

lumber dealer. 
Shultz W H, exp and r r agent. 
Stump W L & Co, grocers. 
Wooton A V, grocer. 



CAMERON. 

Population. 2.000. ii lr)cated on the 
B & O R R. in :Marshall county, 17 
mJles southeast of Moundsville. the 
county seat, and 28 from Wheeling. 
Has 4 churches, an opera house, a 
graded public school, 8 banks, 4 hotels, 
flour and planing mills, and 2 news- 
papers. Wool, live stock and grain 
are shipped. Natural gas is used 
for heating and lighting purposes. 
Local and long distance telephone. 
Exp. US. Tel, W U. R B Watson 
postmaster. 

Baldwin Ella, music teacher. 

Bank of Cameron. .1 W Dunlevy pres, 
W M Nowell cashier. 

Bard IMary, grocer. 

Rasnett W Ray, clothing. 

Bishop Minnie, music teacher. 

Boerner & Rf'vnolds (Edward W 
Boerner, F Ray Reynolds), harness 
makers. 

Brand Charles F. plumber, 

FJriirht Edward D, poo] room. 

Cameron Hardware Co, Charles R 
Wolf manager. 

Cameron Pottery Co. Edward Strick- 
land manager. 

Cameron Provision Co, R J Robinson 
manager. 

Carr John J. coal. 



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Central District & Printing Telegraph 
Co, J E Spires manager. 

Chambers Wm, hauling. 

Citizens Telephone Co, Orphie Bar- 
nett manager. 

Cook Oliver, e«^itor Weekly Banner. 

Cooper James E. physician. 

Covert Orra F. physician. 

Crawford Bros (John G and Robert 
E), live stock. 

Creed The. Charles Headley manager. 

Crow Bruce, village recorder. 

Davin & INIcClure (Washington Pa), 
oil well supplies. 

Davis John E. justice. 

Dawson Wm C, dentist. 

Dieringer Wm J, barber. 

Dignal & Taylor (A J Dignal, Park 
Taylor), saloon. 

Dinsmore Joseph M, propr Hotel :Main. 

Duncan J Frank, drugs. 

Duncan James C. physician. 

Dunlevy James W, flour mill. 

Durben Andrew, pumps. 

Elbert George B. meats. 

First National Bank (capital $50,000), 
CI ell Nichols pres, D W McCon- 
aughey cashier. 

Fish Cliarles G, furniture. 

Fleming Bros (Wm B and Robert E), 
Manufacturers of Wooden Tanks for 
Oil Wells, Railroads, Water Works, 
Mines, Manufacturing Works of all 
descriptions: also all kinds of Vats 
and Cisterns. (See right bottom 
corner cards and ad\ at Salem.) 

Fletcher Wm ]M, dentist. 

Flynn John E, saloon. 

Fry Allen W, barber. 

Fry Hudson, Mayor. 

Croho Thomas p:. grocer. 

Getty Rev R F (Presbyterian). 

Coo(iman Louis, clothing. 

(Iros.-^man Barney, clothing. 

Headlev Charles, mnj.T The Creed. 



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Hiclcs Harrison, feed. 

Hiclvs Harry, barber. 

Hick.s & Gunn (..Tohn A Hicks, A L 

Oiinn), live stock. 
Hi]] tC' OcorH-e (George Hill, Isaac N 

Howard), cinigs. 
Hinerman S Brooks, saloon. 
Hipsley Jesse B. saloon. 
Hotel Main. J .\r Dinsmore propr. 
Howard Alfred, stone contractor. 
Howard T^ee L, livery. 
Hiibbs George .\. pnn of schools. 
Huffner George W, grocer. 
l^Tiucbinson Ghfirles E. physician. 
Tngraham Abe. thresher. ZV2 miles n e. 
Jemison J B. plasterer. 
Jones Edward, nlasterer. 
.Tones Joseph, thresher, 1 mile w. 
Klnraid \Vm ^I. carriages and wagons. 
Knox John H, tinner. 
Kno.x Joseph E, tinner. 
Lewis John, poultry breeder, 3 mi s e. 
T.ockhart Joseph B. harness. 
:\rcrartlle C Y, justice. 
MrCracken C Milton, dentist. 
McCracken Charles F. grocer. 
:Nrarshnll Glass & Window Co, glass 

manufacturers. 
"Mathews John \V. jeweler. 
Matthews George S. pianos. 
Naaman George, confectionery. 
National Supply Co, oil well supplies. 
Nesbitt Wm C, agent B & O R R and 

U S Express Co. 
Nichols Bros (John L and Albert B>. 

wagons and carriages. 
Nuss Wm, blacksmith. 
Oil Well Supply Co. W L Dalton mngr. 
Opera House, R H Hess manager. 
Owens .John T), hardware. 
Parriott Samuel A, hotel. 
Peoples David H. general store. 
Pipes George W. jeweler. 
Pipes Thomas C. real estate. 
Plantz Harvey M. tailor. 



Reicheiter Herrman, tailor. 

Pliggs Charles W, physician. 

Robinson Robert J, mngr Cameron 
Provision Co. 

Rosenberg Bros (Abel S and Israel), 
clothing. 

Ross & Campbell C Thomas "^' Ross. 
.John Campbell), livery. 

Saliba Harvey N, produce. 

Silberberg Minor, clothing. 

Sisson James L. shoemaker. 

Skinner Charles H, drugs. 

Snyder Wra, meats. 

South Penn Oil Co. 

Spires J E. mngr C D & P T C ). 

Star Tribune (weekly). 

Swartziander & Young (James W 
Swartzlander and .James F Young), 
Proprietor; The '"Two Jims," Cloice 
Vv^ines. Liquors and Cigars. 

Tague Thomas F, saloon. 

Todd E N & Son (E N and A E), gen- 
eral store. 

U S Express Co. Wm C Nesbitt agent. 

Ward Edward, livery. 

Watson R B, Postmaster. 

Weekly Banner,. Oliver Cook editor. 

Western Union Telegraph Co, 

Wheeling Natural Gas Co, Michatl 
Cummings manager. 

Willard Porter E. furniture. 

Wilson Warren, planing mill. 

Wright & Bayard (Harmon Wright, 
John W Bayard), wagon makers. 



CAMP. 

Population. 7'). A village in Dod- 
drige county, 8 miles northwest of 
West Newton, the county seat, bank- 
ing and shipping point. Telephone 
connection. Stage, daily to West 
Union, fare 40 cents. Wilbur 10 cental. 
Shirley 25 cents. Lima 50 cents and 
Alvy 50 cents. Mail, daily. N D Pratt 
postmaster. 

Freeman A & Bro, millers. 

Freeman George, painter. 

Keys I B. sewing machine agent. 

Pratt E M, live stock. 

Pratt W P. music teacher. 

Pratt W W & Son. General Store. 

Scott James, shoemaker. 

Smith J B, fur dealer. 

Smith Perry, hotel. 

CAMP. 
A station on the C C & S Ry, in 

"We Will Go Your Bond. 



W. W. Dickie. Jr. & Co. clneTarinru'rance. 



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CAMPBELL. 
Population, 50. A postoffice in Cal- 
houn county. 28 miles southeast of 
Grantsville, the county seat and bank- 
ing point, and 30 from Spencer, the 
shipping point. Mail, tri-weekly. W 
H Campbell postmaster. 

Johnson Warren, mills. 



CAMP CREEK. 

Population, 200. A village in Mer- 
cer county, 1.5 miles north of Prince- 
ton, the county seat and banking 
point, and 21 north of Ingleside. its 
shipping point. Mail, daily. Joseph 
Peters postmaster. 

Campbell J, flour mill. 

Ellison J J. blacksmith. 

Ellison & Co, flour mill. 

Hubbard Paten, blacksmith. 

Jennings Garland, blacksmith. 

Kessinger Lou. music teacher. 

Kessinger Luther, carpenter. 

Lilly & Epling (Grant Lilly. E C Ep- 

ling), saw mill. 
Lyon James, carpenter. 
Lyon W J & Co. general store. 
Meador C M & Co, general store. 
Peters E F, physician. 
Rose .Tames, blacksmith. 
RoFe W ^l. general store. 
Tabor G E & Son, general store. 



CiiOlIflPIGlFiCilLWliy 

FROM OCEAN TO OCEAN. 

Connecting at Vancouver with 
the famous Royal Mail Line 
of Twin Screw Steamers for 

JAPAN, CHINA, AND THE PHILIPPINES. 
And the Canadian-Australian 
Royal Mail Steamships for 

AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND. 
Illustrative descriptive matter of these lines and 
interesting countries mailed free on application. 

F. W. SALSBORY, Passenger Agent. 

PITTSBURQ. PA. 



CANE FORK. 

A station on the Cabin Creek branch 
of the C & O Ry. in Kanawha coun- 
ty, 5 milss from Acme. 



CAMPUS. 
A postoffice in Wyoming county, 614 
miles west of Oceana, the county seat, 
and 24 from Logan, the banking point. 
Davy, on theN & W Ry, is the ship- 
ping point. Mail, daily. 



CANFIELD. 

Population. 75. A postoffice in Brax- 
ton county. 6 miles southwest of Sut- 
ton, the county seat, banking and ship- 
ping point. Mail, tri-weekly. Josiah 
Tucker postmaster. 

Canfield B T, saddler. 
Canfield J Henry, blacksmith. 
Canfield W G & Bro, live stock. 
Dunn J M stave dealer. 
Dunn J M & Bro, live stock. 
Dunn Martin & Son, General Store. 
Jackson E B, shoemaker. 
Keener W F, carpenter. 
Long David, pres Board of Education. 
Long H A & Co, general store. 
Skid more .James H, livery. 
Tucker Josiah & Son, grist mill. 



CANAAN. 
Population, 30; A postoffice in Up- 
shur county. 25 miles south of Buck- 
hannon. the county seat and banking 
town, and 5 from Newlon. its shipping 
point. Telephone connection. IMail, 
daily. J N Shaw postmaster. 

Meely A T, blacksmith. 

Nixon L J, notary. 

Ouden Bros, saw mill. 

S'naw J N, General Store. 

Ttibin D W. lumber manufacturer. 



CANNELTON. 

I On the Great Kanawha river, and 
on the K & M Ry. in Kanawha county, 
27 miles southeast of Charleston, the 
county seat, and 14 mile north of 
Montgomery, its banking point. Tele- 
plione connection. Exp, U S. Tel, W 

; U. M V White postmaster. 

I Alford W C. exp, r r and tel agent. 
' Breeden D H, meats. 
. Cannelton Coal Co. 
I Gillespie Wm, general store. 
Harris A B, physician. 



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New location77n Penn Ave., 
PITTSBURG, PA. 

Kanawha Gas Coal Co. 
Leonard J, general store. 
Ravin Coal & Coke Co. 
Ray A H B, grocer. 



CANSADA. 
A country postottlce in Clay county, 
15 milos north or Clay, the county 
?eat and banking point, and 9 from 
Otter, the shipping point. xMail, daily. 
G \V Steorts postmaster. 



CANTERBURY. 

On the N & W Ry in Mingo count v. 
22 miles. {)y rail, north of Williamson, 
the Cf)untv seat and lianking town. 
Tel. W U. James Chapman post- 
master. 

Bazell Hamlin, saw mill. 
Chapman Mrs R E. general store. 
Evans Ira, justice. 
Keesee & Evans, general store. 



CANTON. 

Population, SO. Marion county. -5 
miles east of Fairmont, the county 
seat, banking and shipping point. 
Rural free delivery from Fairmont. 

McElfresh George W, general store. 



CANTWELL. 

Population, 45. A postoffice in 
Ritchie countv. i) miles southwest of 
Harrisville. the county seat and bank- 
ing point, and 3 southeast of Ruther- 
ford, its shipping point. Telephone 
connection. Mail by special supply. 
A S Simmons posimaster. 

Ayers .A. If. mason. 
Campbell C. oil producer. 
Campbell PFarry. black:.mith. 
Cunningham W R & (Jo. g^^neral store. 
Eddy I) E, gr-ncral store. 



Hayes Noah, fruit grower. 
Lacy J A, physician. 
Lamp I F, tinner. 
Lay field John, blacksmith. 
Linch J O, exp and r r agent. 
Morris & Co, saw mill. 
Prince P. F, boarding house. 
Rexroad W, physician. 
Simmons & Layfield, general store. 
Stephens L C, meats. 
Stephens Stacy, blacksmith. 
Suadley C, grain and live stock. 
Tingler A M, Notary. 
Williams F E. carpenter. 
Wilson Lemuel, justice. 



CAPEHART. 

Population, 50. A village in Mason 
county, !(■; miles southeast of Point 
Pleasant, the county seat and banking 
point, and 4 east of Arbuckle, the near- 
est shipping point. Has Methodist 
and Baptist churches. Telephone con- 
nection. Mail, daily. John C Miller 
postmaster. 

Edington J F, justice. 

Miller John C, General Store. 

Ritlle T V, saw mill. 



1 CAPERTON. 

I Population, 250. A mining village, 

'on the New river and C & O Ry, in 

Fayette county, S miles south of 
, F'ayetteville, the county seat, and 40 
i from Hinton. Telephone connection. 

Exp, Adams. 

\ Elliott A B, Physician, 
i F'ugh Florence, music teacher. 
I Taylor R S, express agent, 
i Victoria Coal & Coke Co. 



CAPON BRIDGE. 

Population, 300. A village on the 
Great Capon river, in Hampshire 
county, 23 miles southeast of Romney, 
the county seat, and 20 from W^inches- 
ter Va. the nearest banking and ship- 
ping point. Has :Methodist and Pres- 
byterian churches. Telephone connec- 
tion. Staire daily to Winchester, fare 
$1. and Romney, $1.25. Mail, daily. 
Mrs M M Keckley postmistress. 

Barrett H P, constable. 
Brill Julius E, harness maker. 
Brill S R, justice. 



STILES BROS. 

505 Juliaria St., Parkersburg, W. V«» 



WEST VIRGINIA NATURAL LUBRICATING OIL. 

Agents for INEVV ERA 

Gas and Gasoline Engines. 



PAiNTEBS' SypFLIES. 



723-172T Market St., 



Both Pltones. 



D. C. KURNER, 

Dealer in Paints, Oils. Brushes. Hall Paper and 
e>prv cirtitip used by painters. 

Wheeling, W. Va. 



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FLINT & WALLING MFG. CO. 

lliiyMILLSIfiOPyf^PS. 

8 Wood St. 
PITTSBURG, PA. 



Capon Supply Co. 

Cover, Dreyton &. Leonard, tanners. 
Crane Samuel, blacksmith. 
P""rye B Hansom, hotel. 
Gardner James F, physician. 
Hawkins Charles, wagon maker. 
Hutchinson J, produce. 
Lewis John A, painter. 
Lovett & Horn, general store. 
McDonald James, justice. 
McKee Frank, mason. * 
Melville Rev Wm (Methodist). 
Gates Bros, flour mill. 
Gates Theodore K, physician. 
Gats Ira C, saw mill. 
Oats & Oats (W J and Edward), un- 
dertakers. 
Offutt J Samuel, physician, 
Pugh A L, sheriff. 
Ramsburg J P, produce. 
Schaffemaker Luther, blacksmith. 
Schuller A J, photographer. 
Smaltz N M, general store. 
Smith Mrs J A. hotel. 
Webster Rev W J (Presbyterian). 



; Anderson U S. saw mill. 
i Dunlap R L. saw and grist mill. 
: Farmer George W, lumber and gen- 
eral store. 

Ha nnum B & Co. general store. 

Milburn C A, general store. 

Nelson Charles F, Hotel. 

CAPTINA. 

Railroad name, Powhatan.- A post- 
oirice in Marshall county, on the B & 
O R R. S miles southwest of Mounds- 
ville. the county seat and banking 
point. Exp, Adams. Tel, W V. R t? 
McFarland postmaster. 

Yoho Archibald, r r. exp and tel agent. 



CAPON IRON WORKS. 

Population. 60. Hardy county, 35 
miles east of Moorefield, the county 
seat and banking point, and 22 west 
of Capon Road Va, the shipping point. 
Mail, tri-weekly. D H Keller post- 
master. 



CAPON SPRINGS. 

Population. 2tX). Also known as 
_ Watson Town, is a summer resort in 
Hampshire county. 27 miles southeast 
of Romney. the county seat. 23 south- 
west of Winchester Va, the banking 
point, and 15 northwest of Capon 
Road Va, its shipping point. Tele- 
phone connection. Stage daily to 
Capon Road Va from June 1st to Oc- 
tober 1st, fare $:'>. round trip, $5. 
Mail dally. George W Farmer post- 
master. 



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CARBON. 

Population, l.OuO. A mining town 
in Kanawha county, on a branch of 
the C (fe O Ry, 40 miles southeast of 
Charleston, the county seat and bank- 
ing point. Telephone connection. Exp, 
Adams. George K Cabell postmaster. 

Carbon Coal Co. j 

Republic Coal Co. 



CARBONDALE. 

Population. 700. A mining town on 
the K & M Ry (Ohio Central Lines), 
in Fayette county. 15 miles northwest 
of Fayetteville. the county seat, and 1 
from Montgomery, the banking point. 
Telephone connection. Exp U S. 
H J Brown postmaster. 

Aultz L Ti, physician. 
Bogges G M, saw mill. 
Craig R E, blacksmith. 
Huddleston W L, carpenter, 
.lohnson T J, mason. 
Kanawha & Hocking Coal & Coke Co, 
H J Brown Storekeeper. 



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CARESS. 

A country postofTice in Braxton coun- 
ty. 14 miles east of Sutton, the county 
seat and banking point, and 8 from 
Flitwoods, on the B & O R R, its 
shipping point. Mail daily. 

Squires J R, general store. 

Mollohan Willis, overseer of the poor. 



CARKIN. 

Population, 250. A 



postoffice in 



Acme Fisliipg Tool Go. 

6. L McKAIN, Manager. 



Manufacturers the Conoly 
Drliling Tool Joint. Fish- 
ing Tools for Sals or Hire. 



Parkersburg, W. Va. 

Bell Phone 172. 

Salem, W. Va. 

Both Phones. 



Farkersburo Brick Works, TLVS. 

Parkersburg, W. Va. 



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Frick Building, Pittsburg, Pa. 
Auditing is a Business Necessity, 



Kanawha county, on the C & O Ry, 
7I2 miles southeast of Charleston, the 
county seat anrl banking point. Tele- 
phone connection. Exp, Adams. Tel, 
W U. T F Holt postmaster. 

Kanawha & Coal River Coal Co. 



Artrit .J B. lawyer and teacher. 

Bortram .Jay. physician. 

Bortrom W M. saw mill. 

Boyd Emmett, saw mill. 

Crabtreo James, carpenter. 

Ferguson W K, justice. 

Foster R, mason. 

Peters Samuel, saw mill. 

Peters W D. saw mill. 

Riggs W M, constable. 

Roman C. dentist. 

Thompson Pindsay. wagon maker. 

Trent E!i, Flour Mil! and Blacksmith. 

Wellman Wm, general store. 



CARLISLE. 

Population, 300. A mining town In 
Fayette county, 8 'miles south of Fa- 
yetteville. the county seat, 6 from Mt 
Hope, the banking point, and 4 from 
Gien .Jean, the shipping point. Tele- 
phone connection. Mail by special 
supply. Wm Wilson postmaster. 

White Oak Fuel Co. 



CARTER. 

A recently established postofRce in 
Upshur county, 16 miles south of 
Buckhannon. the county seat and 
banking point, and 7 from Alton, the 
shipping point. Mail by special sup- 
ply- 



CARTHAGE. 

Population, 100. A country postof- 
fice in Jackson county, 9 miles south- 
west of Ripley, the county seat, bank- 
ing and shipping point. Mail, semi- 
weekly. R M Duffield postmaster, 
notary and pension agent. 






CARMEL. I 

Population. 50. A village in Pres- i 
ton county. 20 miles southeast of King- ! 
wood, the county seat, and 10 from I 
Terra Alta, on the B & O R R. the ' 
shipping point. ^Nlail daily. E A Startz- I 
man postmaster. | 

Carmel Mnfg Co. shingles and lumber. \ 
Gross Rev G D (Lutheran). 
Shaffer Jesse W. blacksmith and jus- ' 
tice. ; 

Shaffer L C. general store. I 

Wotring Samuel, undertaker. 



CARNES. 

A station on the Porter's Creek and 
Gaully R R, in Clay county, 6 miles 
from Porter. 



CASCARA. 

Population. 150. A village in Dod- 
diidge county, 14 miles northeast of 
West Union, the county seat, and 5 
north of Salem, on the"^B & O R R, 
its banking and shipping point. Tele- 
phone connection. Mail, daily. J H 
Thomas postmaster. 

Frashure & Hyatt, general store. 
McDonald Theodore, saw mill and 

hotel. 
McKeown G W, mason. 
Shingleton Henry, grocer. 
Thomas J H, Carpenter. 



CARREL. 

A country postoiTice in Wayne coun- 
ty, 11 miles southwest of Wayne, the 
county seat, and 4 from Louisa Ky, Its 
banking and shipping point. Mall, 
daily. Eli Trent postmaster. 

Artrit C W. teacher. 



CASHMERE. 
Population, 60. Monroe county, 24 
miles southwest of Union, the county 
seat, 15 from Greenville, the nearest 
bank location, and 8 from Lmich Va, 
its shii)()lng point. Stage to Lurich 
Va, Lowell and Peterstown. Tele- 
phone connection. Mail, daily. Frank 
1 Daugherty postmaster. 

I Adair R W & Co, general store. 



Grogg &, Dudiev 



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Hivens R H. luml)erman. 
liiown C A, commissioner 

court. 

Daiigherty Charles, blacksmith. 
Daugherty Frank, Carpenter. 
Dunn A D physician. 
Dunn E H, saw mill. 
Dunn W L. mason. 
Hughes G P. plasterer. 
Humphreys & Broyles, well drillers. 
Peck A L, machinery. 
Skaggs Isaac, carpenter. 
Smith Newton, justice. 



; and shipping point. Telephone con- 
county I necticn. Mail, daily. J S Picken- 
I paugh postmaster. 



Berry F E, justice. 
Berry J A, wagonmaker. 
Core Ross, general store. 
Mil'or S L. general store. 
Pickenpaugh J S. General Store. 
Rinehart M & Bro, physicians. 
Suttcn G W, general store. 
Tucker W A, harness. 



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CASTLE. 

country postotfice 



in Wyoming 



Population, 350. An incorporated county, 28 miles north of Keystone. Its 



town on the Greenbrier division of the 
C & O Ry, in Pocahontas county, 2^> 
miles northeast of Marlinton, the coun- 
ty seat and banking point. Stage to 
Greenbank, Arbovale, Boyer and Trav- 
elers Repose, in summer. Telephone 
connection. Exp, Adams. Tel, W U. 
J S Mathews postmaster. 



shipping point, and 15 east cf Oceana, 
the county seat. Mail, tri-weekly. 



CATAWBA. 

Population, ooo. Formerly known a^ 
Newport, is a village on the Mononga- 
hela river, and the B & O R R, in 
Marion county, 7 miles northeast of 
Fairmont, the county seat and bank- 
ing point. 84 from Wheeling, and 121 
from Pittsburg, Pa. Has Methodist 
Protestant church and 2 schools. Tele- 
phone connection. Exp, U S an( 
O. T W Ma.one postmaster. 



Arbuckle J D, physician. 

Austin C L, physician. 

Brown & Ruhl, saw mill. 

Cass Drug Store. 

Cass Jewelry Co. 

Conrod B F, notary. 

Cooper Samuel, general store. 

English G O. exp. r r and tel agent. 

Gillispie A S, notary. 

Hotel Cass, Robert R ^lason propr. 

Mathews Jasper S, Insurance. 

Newcome W T, Mayor. 

Oliver George D, general store. _ 

Pocahontas Hospital, Dr J D Arbuckle gwisher JN, carpenter 

in charge. j '_- 

Pocahontas Supply Co, general store. '; CAVE 



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' Brownfield H, physician. 
; Hardin S W, general store. 

Harris A F. grocer. 
; Kittle Rev (M P.) 
i Mahaffy John, grocer and barber. 
i Malone Thornton W, Justice. 

Rodheaver. Georse. blacksmith. 



Randolph H W. physician. 

Ware & Hide, restaurant. 

^V Va Spruce Lumber Co, saw mill. 



! A rural postoffice in Pendleton coun- 
I ty, 10 miles southwest of Franklin, the 
i county seat and banking point. Mail, 
i tri-weekly. 



Moyers Kenton & Co, general store. 



CASSITY, 

Population, 75. A postolRce in Ran- 
dolph county, 17 miles southwest of : Summers Wm A. grist mill. 

Elkins, the county seat and banking ; — 

point, and 7 from Mabie, the shipping 
point. Mail, tri-weekly. Charles 



CAVENDISH. 

A station en the Keeney's Creek 
Shahan postmaster and general store. : branch of the C & O Ry, in Fayette 

' coimty, 8 miles from Nutta'I. 

CASSVILLE. j 

Population, 100. A village in Mon- I CECIL. 

ongaiia county. 8 miles northwest of Population. HO. On the Tygart Val- 
Morgantown, the county seat, banking ; ley river and B Ai: O R R. in Taylor 

county, 7 miles south of Grafton, the 



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county seat and baniang pcint. Tele- 
phone connection. F ^McDaniel post- 
master and general store. 



CEDAR3URG. 

A country postoffice in Wyoming 
county, 20 miles east of Oceana, the 
county seat, -0 Trom Beekley, its bank- 
ing point, and 72 from Eckman, its 
shipping point. Mail, tri-weekly. 

Simpson, John W. grist mill. 
Smith Wm^ A, grain. 



CEDAR CLIFF. 

On the W Va, C & P Ry, in Mineral 
county, 17 miles northeast of Keyser, 
the county seat, and 5 from Cumber- 
land, Aid, the banking point. Express, 
Adams. Send mail to Cresaptown, Md. 

Brady John C, farmer. 
Cumberland Valley Cement Co. 
Seymour C C, live stock. 



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CEDARGROVE. 

Population, 500. On the Kanawha 
river and K & M and Kelley's Creek 
Rys, in Kanawha county. 19 miles 
southeast of Charleston, the county 
seat and banking point. Telephone 
connection. Exp, Adams and U. S. 
Tel, W U. Henry Calderwood post- 
master. 

Abel S M. dry goods and clothing. 
Braley R N, general store. 
Calderwood Henry, General Store. 
Cedar Grove Brick Co. 
Chapman D J. carpenter. 
Haide & Qtiick. general store. 
Hudnall R M. physician. 
Kanav;ha & Hocking Coal & Coke Co, 

general store. 
Kelleys Creek Colliery Co, general 

store. 



I.uther .1 A. meats. 
.Malcolm C H. physician. 
Miller A[ S. general store. 
Miller R L, general store. 
Tompkins H P, hotel. 



CEDARVILLE. 

Population. 200. A village in Gil- 
mer county, 9 miles southeast of Glen- 
ville, the county seat and banking 
point, and 9 from Coger, the shipping 
point. Telephone connection. Mail, 
daily. Cal Norman postmaster. 

Bailey Allen, flour mill. 

Burk J H, general store. 

Butcher J A, physician. 

Clowser D A, lumber. 

Davis Worthy, county supt of schools. 

Goldsmith D D, barber. 

Griiiith N, hotel and grocer. 

Jack A L, live stock. 

Jack W B, livery. 

Jack W H. general store. 

Mohr G, electrician. 

Moss "Wm, saw mill. 

Norman Ca!, Grocer. 

Porlans jMrs Maggie, hotel. 

Prichard Rev J F (U B). 

Ptutheriord D E, carpenter. 

Rutherford :\rell J, constable. 

Shock J E, live stock. 

Shock P T, underetaker. 

Shock W L, general store. 

Snyder A J, live stock. 

Vanhorn F M, justice. 

W'estfall E B, blacksmith. 

Wllmeth Eli, blacksmith. 



CENTENNIAL. 

A country postoffice in Monroe coun- 
ty, 14 miles east of Union, the county 
seat and banking point, and 16 from 
Allegany station on the C & O Ry, its 
shipping point. Telephone connection. 
Hack tare to Union, 50 cents, to Sweet 
Springs. 25 cents. Mail, daily.. Henry 
W Wickline postmaster. 

Wickline A L, general store. 



CENTER. 

Population. 50. Also known as Mc- 
Curdysville. A village in Monongalia 
county, ]G miles west of Morgantown, 
the county seat. 7 north of Barrack- 
ville. tlie nearest shipjiing point, and 
12 from Fairmont, the nearest bank lo- 



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Wholesale and Retail Furniture. 

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daily to Barrackville. Mail, daily. 
W'ni Freeland postmaster. 

Freeland Wm. Harness Maker. 

Ctauoe Wm, carpenter. 1 

Hawkins; D G. general store. ! 
LoBlond IT C. physician. - I 

Mi(Miael David, blacksmith. ! 

Kiggs J ?il. carpenter. | 

Tennant B, general store. j 



J. C. REILLY, Pres. « P. H\4S. Vice Pres. 
F. r. LAt'liNGtR, Sec'y and Tieas. 

FREEHOLD REAL ESTATE COMPANY, 

334 Fourth Avenue, 

1st Floor Times BIdg., Pittsburg. Pa. 
DIRtC I ORS : 

i.O. Gallery, M. K Mcr^ullin. J. C. Reilly, L. Vilsack. 
Charles Donnelly, W. V. Cailery, D. A. Reed. H. P. Haas. 
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CENTER POINT. 

Population, 80. Also known as Three 
Forks. A postoffice in Doddridge 
county, 12 miles northeast of West 
Union, the county seat and banking 
point, and 9 from Riuehart, the most 
convenient shipping point. ]Mail, daily. 
Virgil I Allen postmaster. 

Allen L M, grain dealer. 

Allen R E. justice. 

Allen Virgil I, General Store. 

Baer D J. blacksmith. I 

Bushes "M L Co, general store. \ 

Collins Samuel, undertaker. , 

Freeman Homer, physician. j 

Henderson Leroy, hotel. ' 

Robinson & Morgan, grist mill. 

Starkey Joseph H, carpenter. | 

Strosnider A, barber, j 



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CENTERVILLE. 

Population, 100. A village in Wayne 
county, 7 miles northwest of Wayne, 
the county seat, banking and shipping 
point, and IS from Huntington. Mail, 
tri-weekly. Levi Ballenger postmaster. 

Alley Wade, blacksmith. 
Ballenger Levi, General Store. 
Billips Wm, cattle dealer. 
F>rguson Thomas, stone miason. 
Harrison G W, constable. 
Hess Rev Freas (U B). 
Hutchinson H S. justice. 
May Albert, coal miner. 
Murphy Alexander, carpenter. 
Stratton A W, music teacher. 



CENTRAL. 

A .station on the Huntington division 
of thf C & O Ry, in Fayette county, 
'.:> nu!e= from Charleston. 



CENTRAL CITY. 

Population, 2,500. Located on the 



Ohio river, and on the C & O Ry and CCZ 
B & O R R, in Cabell county, 2 miles zs 
southwest of Huntington, the county H— 
seat and banking point. Has Baptist x "" ^ 
and Methodist -churches and a number— ^ 
OL large manufactories, namely: Bung •■*■ ^ ^ 
and ax-handle, 2 glass, veneer, picture ^^ _. 
frame and churt.U lurniture factoi-ios. ^^ '^ 
2 brick works, keg and box factory, q-j ^ 
planing mills and a brewery. Electric ZH 

railway connection with Huntington ^^>^ «=» 
and a good water works system. Tel- ^^«^ ^ 
ephone connection. Exp, Adams. Tel. ^^^ ~ 
W U. Charles R Lavalley postmaster *^*"'^ ttj 

Abbott D E & Co, D E Abbott pres ^"^ ^ 
and treas, W A Egerton sec, J E fi^S ^ 
Matthews v-pres, pictures, frames. «= 

etc. 0*j^^ ^^ 

Argus Printing Co. G E Wallace mngr. ^^«^ ^ 

Argus The (weekly), Georgo E Wal- "^ g 

lace, publisher. ^SLm ^^ 

Baker Morgan, physician. | 

Baker & Spitler (Elmer Baker, Man- ■■'"■' 
son :M Spitler). Lumber and Mill LJLJI 
Work. (See adv. in Huntington.) ^^^weum 

Barker Mnfg Co, S L Parker mngr. fiiiiimiiii 

Deader Box ^Infg Co, M L Duncan 

manager. m 

Beuhring Lee D, fruit grower. ^^^*% 

Blankenship James JNI, physician. \^ ti0 

Boyer Philip, saloon. 

Broughman Rawson. grocer. 

Burns Oliver G, confectioner. 

Bush Joseph, hotel. 

Central City Brick Co, A H Evans 
president. 

Central City Bung Mnfg Co. A W Hick- 
man mngr. 

Central Veneer Co. Wm Seiber mngr. 

Chapman Archibald H. saloon. 

Crawford JMrs C C. dressmaker. 

Cromley J K. agent B & O R R. 

Crump & Blackwell (G H Crump, S 
B Blackwell), meat. 



Lumbe^^M^nn^ufacturers J^g Stgp LUJUberCO. 

Mouldincjs, Cirilfs, Railing, Etc. PenilSborO, W. Va. 

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CErvlEINTS, 

Vulcanite, Portland, New York, 
Rosendale, Cumberland Valley. 
32d St. Sl Penna. R. R., PITTSBURG, PA. 

AVRITE FOR PRICES. 

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L'illon A E, g!'ocer. ! 

I>u(l(Hng- X AL general store. ; 

Eskew .John R. grocer. ' 

Fesenmeier John J, Superintendent 

West Virginia Brewing Co. ' 

Griffith Seward G. grocer. ! 

IfaiK.brJck .J W Keg Factory (.J W 

iianiijrick), ^tave and heading man- 

ulacturers. 
Hambrick J Walter, General Store, ; 

Xnil Keg and Dimension Factory, ! 

Orfice Florentine bldg. Huntington. : 

(See -adv. in Huntington). \ 

lliiucock Peter, shoemaker. • 

Hartzelt Enos. Superintendent Turner, i 

Day & Wool worth Handle Co. 
H[-=>verLy Stephen M, grocer. 
Henderson Elias A. general store. i 

Hiclvman A W. mngr Central City i 

Bung Mnt'g Co. I 

Hicks W D, phvsician. 
Hotel Central. Henry Schneider propr. . 
Howell Alexander C. brick contractor. : 
Huntington Brick Co. T D Fuller pres. 

11 L Day sec, W J Hov.ell treas. : 

Huntington Tumbler Co. Anton Zihl- : 

mann pres. W E Hunter, sec-treas | 

and gen mngr. ', 

Jackson .John S, agent C & O Ry and : 

Adams Exp Co. j 

Jones Robert, grocer. ! 

Kincaid Thomas A. carpenter. j 

King George A, confectioner. i 

Lavalley Charles R. clerk in charge I 

Central City station Huntington P O. \ 
[.ewis Nathan, blacksmith. j 

Lunsford J K. live stock. i 

Marcum James, dairy. j 

Meadows David, general store. | 

Miller Wm H. saloon. 
Napier Bros (Wm J and French S).. 

grocers. i 

Phillips Mnfg Co. H J Phillips propr,: 

mnfrs church furniture. I 

Piichaid George, principal of school. i 



Plymale Albert G, grocer. 

Ri:e Co The (John M Rice), general 
store. 

Schneider Heniy. propr Hotel Central. 

Sbaver James H. grocer. 

Shockey Abraham L. contractor. 

Sikes George K. mason. 

Somerville Leonidas. drugs. 

Stoning Mrs M J. milliner. 

Turner, Day & Woolworth Handle Co, 
Enos Hartzell supt, John M Hart- 
zell treas and y-pres. 

Union Glass Co. Forbes Holton propr. 

Waldeck George N, physician. 

Walker Mrs Anna, confectioner. 

Wall-;er Jamison F. grocer. 

Wallace George E. publr The Argus. 

Ward Bros, grocers. 

\^'ard Jesse A. grocer. 

Ward Leander. blacksmith. 

Ward Lee, grocer. 

Ward & Bush (J A Ward, Lem Bush), 
meat. 

Wellman Ezra, barber. 

Wellman Jeremiah, barber. 

West Virginia Brewing Co, John J 
Fesenmeier Superintendent. 

Williams Bros (S V and C H), car- 
penters. 

Williams Charles H, confectioner. 



CENTRALIA. 
Population. 100. On the B & O R R. 
in Braxton county, 18 miles southeast 
or Sutton, the county seat and bank- 
ing point. Exp, U S. Tel, W U. 

Arnold W J, saw mill. 

Empire Lumber Co. 

Hosey T J. general store. 

Paul ham us J & Son, lumber. 

Rich D, grocer. 

Skidmore John M. general store. 

Taylor Mrs Ida, general store. 



CENTRAL STATION. 

Population. 350. A village on the B 
& O R R, in Doddridge county, 3 miles 
west of West Union, the county seat 
and banking point, and 52 from Par- 
kersburg. Telephone connection. Exp. 
U S. Tel, W U. L A Flanigan post- 
master. 

Canvay M J. restaurant. 
Coonts James, shoemaker. 
Dotson J C. <'onstable. 
Duckworth Oliver, blacksmith. 






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Flanigan L A, General Store and 

JJotel. 
Graliam L T, exp and tel agent. 
Harris Daniel, tanner. 
Jones \V S. physician. 
Lanham W M, general store. 
McGraw Mrs C, hotel. 
Miller Bros, general store. 
Rdilins Daniel, grocer. 
Seeders J T, carpenter. 
Slierwood G W, jeweler. 
Striclvier J B, teacher. 
Towner John, Justice. 

CENTURY. 
Population, 1,200. A mining town 
on the B & O R R. in Barbour county, 
10 miles southwest of Philippi. the 
oonnty seat, banking and shipping 
point. Mail by special supply. 

Century Coal Co. 

Johns(jn L D, general store. 

Wilson W S & Son, general store. 



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CEPHAS. 

A station on the N <§: W Ry. in Mer- 
cer county, .5 miles north of Bramwell. 
See Montcalm (P O nani") for busi- 
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Manufacturers' Agsnfs. Purchasing Agenls. 
Write when in the market for Steel 
Rails, Pipe, Cold Rolled Shafting, Gray 
Iron, Malleable Iron and Steel Castings. 

AGKXTS C^APJIA^ GATK VAl.TKS. 

fARMERS B\\K BUILDING, PITTSBURGH. 

Telephone, Ijong Distance, Grant 1517. 



! Bruns W F, physician. 

I Buchanan V G, agt C & O Ry and 

' Adams Express. 

C & O Ry, V G Buchanan agent. 
; Ceredo Advance, T T McDougal publr. 
: Ceredo House. Mrs A M Frizzell propr. 

Commercial Flotei, Edward Ward pro- 
, prietor. 

j Dalton & Fuller (W J Dalton, Oliver 
I Fuller.), general store. 
i Evicks \Vm, blacksmith. 
! Fei'guson Bros, livery. 
I First National Bank. S F Hoard pres, 
I Louis Pritchard cashier. 

Freeze Charlotte, music teacher. 
: Frizzell Mrs A M, propr Ceredo House. 
; Gieske John R, architect. 
j Hazlett Robert, grocer. 
I Hoard S Floyd, pres First National 
j Bank and architect. 
' Hopkins Charles L, physician. 
; Jolmston Rev J W (,M E North). 
\ Kelly Bros, liveiy. 

' Kennedy Thomas R W Co, planing 
I mill. 

I Kiraler A C, supt school. 
! McDougal T T. publr Ceredo Advance. 
I Marcum W W, lawyer. 
I Nunn A J, grocer. 



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Population, 1,600. An incorporated 
town on the Ohio river and on the C 
& O, N & W Rys and the Ohio River 
division of the B & O R R. in Wayne 
county, 20 miles northwest of Wayne, 
the county seat. Has a bank, 3 
churches and a newspaper, the Ad- 
vance. Telephone connection. Exp, 
Adams and Southern. Tel, W U. 

Daniel Wright prostmaster. ; Newman & Peters, stoves and tinware. 

A.laras Express Co, V G Buchanan agt. i P?^ln:t-r C D, agent N & W Ry and 



Adkins Henry, barber. 
Uiosh W M, drugs. 



FLEMING BROS. 

SALERij/'^llV. VA. 

ALL K!ND.s"'^)F WOODEN 

Tanks,Vats& Cisterns. 



Southern Express. 

Pritchard Louis, cashier First Na- 
tional Bank. 

Pyles H M. grocer. 

Shepard Thomas J, jewelry. 

Shirley R V, physician. 

Smith Edward H, meat. 

Southern Express Co. C D Palmer agt. 

Stewai'i \^^ J. I'arpenter. 

Sturgiil Wm F. Physician and Mayor. 

Ward Edward, propr Commercial 
Hotel. 

Wharton John T, physician. 

Wilson W L, live stock. 

Wright Bros. g^Mieral store. 



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930-932 PENN AVENUE, 
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Wright Robert, coal. 






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A postofTice in Boone county, 20 
miles southeast of Madison, the coun- 
ty seat and banking point, and 40 
from Marmet, on the C & O Ry. the 
shipping point. Mail, semi-weekly. 
Meivin W Mooney postmaster. 

Brown George, notary. 
Browning J R, constable, 
IMiller R. general store. 
]\iV)oney W E, lumber dealer. 
Price W M, mason. 
Workman Allen, blacksmith. 



Butcher H T, constable. 

Cal)ell Alfred, general store. 

Chapman .J C, general store. 

Chapman W K, general store. 

Godbey John, saw mill. 

Hager J C, carpenter. 

Liily E B. distiller. 

Lowe R E. blacksmith and justice. 

Lucas W G. general store. 

IMoberly N D. blacksmith. 

Nelson G S. mason. 

Nelson W D, mason. 

Price AV H, physician. 

Staton W A, physician. 

Stone E J & Son, general store. 

Stone John E, teacher, 

Tunner J D, physician. 



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CHAPEL. 

Population, 40. A postoffice in Brax- 
ton county. S miles northwest of Sut- 
ton, the county seat, banking and ship- 
ping point. Telephone connection. 
:Mail, daily. George C Gerwig post- 
master. 

Albert Frederick, shoemaker. 
Bender Andrew, general store. 
B<:>nder W K, general store. 
Brady Daniel, miller. 
Friend Isaac, mason. 
Gerwig George C, Genera! Store. 
Lockard J T, blacksmith. 
Miller Thomas, mason. 
Palmer John, carpenter. 
Wayne A J, cooper. 



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Population. 2<»0. A village on Guy- 
andotte river, in Logan county, 12 
n'iles northwest of Logan, the county 
seat and banking point, and 15 from 
Dingess. the nearest rail approach. 
Has Baptist, Methodist and Christian 
churches. ?dail, daily. A J Fowler 



postmaster. 

THE ART 
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ART GOODS A SPECIALTY. 

Cor. Quarry and Hale. CHARLESTON, W. VA. 



CHARLESTON. 

Population, 18,000. The capital of ^ 

West Virginia and county seat of ? 

Kanawha county, is situated on the | 

north bank of the Great Kanawha * 

river at the mouth of the Elk. It I 

was settled in 1787, but remained an | 

obscure town till 1870, when it was j 

made the capital. The United States * 

Government has constructed a series | 

oi locks on the Kanawha, which, with j 

a navigable depth of six feet, affords | 

an excellent waterway for the exten- 1 

sive coal and timber interests of the ^ 

district. Good railway transportation i 

also is provided by the Chesapeake & \ 

Ohio, the Kanawha ?klichigan (Ohio \ 

Central Lines) and the Charleston. \ 

Clendein & Sutton railways. The city j 

is provided with electric and gas -| 

lights, natural gas, electric railway, i 

good waterworks, 5 banks, first-class % 

hotels, 2 hospitals, 2 daily and 1 week- | 

ly newspapers. Its streets are broad, i 

brick paved and lined with shade ? 

trees. Iron bridges span its rivers. j 

Handsome residences, business houses 1 

and public buildings add much to the \ 

city's attractions. The capitol and its j 

annex represent an expenditure of \ 

$450,000, the federal building $200,000 \ 

and the county court house $150,000. \ 

The manufacturing interests of the | 

city comprise several foundries and .1 

machine shops, saw mills, furnituri' ;' 

factories, etc.. veneer factories, hau- ,j 

die factory, folding bed factory, color | 

woi-ks, carriage works, two ice plants, ^ 
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Manufacturers of 

Wooden Tanks Jowers and Vats, 

3115-3119 LIBERTY AVENUE, 

PITTSBURG, PA. 

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W L. O A Peiiy postmaster. 



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Abney-Banies Co, F W Abney pres, \ 
V,' O Abney v-pres, E A Barnes j 
treas. J J Melton sec, wholesale dry i 
good^. SI 2-8 14 Virginia. | 

Adairi-s Express Co, .1 \V Joimson agt. ; 
"16 Kauawiia. ' | 

Add'tr Juies C, artist, oo Summers. ' 
Advance Lumber Co The (Cleveland I 
O), H C Bradley pres, A G Webb j 
tr*?as, E B Smith sec, 66 Bradford i 
bldg. I 

Advocate Publishing Co (S W Stacks, I 
J :M Hazelwood, J McHenry Jones), i 
publrs The Advucote. :i-.^'2 Capitol. | 
Advocate The (sveekiyi. Advocate Pub- j 
lishiug Co publrs, 22^2 Capitol. \ 

x^gatho Rev (R C), Virginia cor Broad. | 
Akers Wm M. grocer, west end of | 
Virginia st bridge. j 

Albertson & Wertz (W S Albertson, I 
\V VV Wertz j, attorneys-at-law, 23- 
2'j Bi-adiord bldg. 
Alcott \Vm, timber, 20 Arcade bldg. 
Alexander John W, Florist, 1301 Wash- 
ington. ( See adv.) 
A [ford C Henry, real estate, 201 Court. 
Allenian 6c Gannan (John Alleman, W 
H German J, restaurants, 2i:i and 22') 
Capitol. 
Allen Albert, meat market, 713 Vir- 
ginia. 
American Herb Medicine Co, Frizzeil 

& Minsker proprs. 417 Kanawha. 
American Steam Laun«iry, Young 

Bros proprs. J 7 Summers. 
Ammar Jo^>eph, conieclionfT, GU Kan- 
awha and 2:5"> Cajitnl. 
' Anderson Harry M, Attorney-at-Law, 
4»; vVirizens' Nati'Kia! IJank bldg. 
.Arcade Hat Store, R A Schutte mngr, 

o .^.rcade. 
Arm>>;ir <v Co wholesale meats, South 
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j cor (Juarrier and Hale. (See left 

I i>ottom lines and adv.) 

I Arthur Robert H, shoemaker, 211 Clen- 

' dennin. 

i Ashby Walter L, lawyer, 34-3-5 Cit- 

j izens' National Bank bldg. 

i Ashley John W, baker, 1227 Washing- 

j ton. 

; Ashton Prentice, cigars, Hotel Ruff- 

ner. 
! Atkinson George W, U S District At- 
; torney Southern District W Va, Gov- 
I ernment bldg. 

1 Aultman Company The, C J Cross 
mngr. Citizens' National Bank bldu^ 
Aultz Otis L, physician, 118 1/^ Charles- 
ton. 
Aultz & Goff (Dr O L Aultz, J L J 

Goff). drugs, 118 Charleston. 
Aultz & Goff (Robert Aultz, D C an<l 

A L Goff), livery, 18 Alderson. 
Averill Wm A, saloon, 421 Kanawha. 
Avis Samuel B, pros attorney, Couii 

House. 
Aylor John W, physician, 97 Hale. 
Bacon 2\athaniel O, genl agt Pruden- 
tial Ins Co, 25 Arcade bldg. 
Baer Benjamin, v.'holesale liquors, 62: 

Kanawha. 
Baer Isaac, saloon, 622 Kanawha. 
Baines John D, lawyer, Kanaw^ha Na- 
1 tional Bank bldg. 
I Baker Samuel B, Adjutant-General. 
! The Capitol. 

I Ball Elbert H, justice, 723 Kanawha. 

i Ballard W L, saloon, 107 CapitoL 

' Barber J Golden, physician, 121 Bibby. 

: Barber Maud L. music teacher, 4>:J 

Washington. 

Barber Dr T L, Private Sanatoriurr, 

Dr T L Barber, A M, M D, Physicia;. 

in Charge, 1012 Virginia. (See adv.) 

Barlow George T, furniture, 502 Kan 

awha. 
Barr Harry S, dentist, 624^^ Kana- 
wha. 
Barr Rev J Calvin (Presbyterian), 31-' 

Quarrier. 
Barr Wm B, wall paper, 26 Summer- 
Barrar Wm G. plumber, 1005 Quarri. - 
Barton Isaac B, Labor Commissione-- 

The Capitol. 
Bauer E:dward C, meat market, -" 
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Beach Samuel J. grocer, 520 Broad. 
Beard John L. optician. 586 Crescr' 
road. 



S. D, Brady & Bro. Imc. ^^U'^ 

FAIRMONT, VV. VA. 



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D. C. LOVETT, JR., Superintendent. 



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Sample Rooms. 
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James O. Oipe & bO. Established 1885. AHegheny, Pa. 



Beardsley Frank L, Lav/yer, Coroner 
auci Commissioner of Accounts, 5 
and 6 Arcade, 
Beckwith Summers F, physician, 144% 

Charleston. 
Beller Bros (Andrew F Beller), cigar 

iKntrs, Gio Kanawha. 
Beller George W, saloon, 812 Kana- 
wha. 
Belschos George E. clerk in charge 
Starion A Charleston P O, 120 
Charleston. 
Berger Percy JM. druggist, 615 Capitol. 
Berman :\[ayer, grocer, cor Court and 

N Rand. 
Bibby Mrs IM A. propr Capitol Hotel, 

opp The Capiiol. 
Bibby Samuel & Co (Samuel and 
James A Bibby), flour mill, Water 
near Lovell. 
Blair Andrew C. Lawyer, 502/2 Kana- 
wha, New Tel 85. 
Blair & Green ( A C Blair, Ira C 

Green), lawyers. 502i.^ Kanawha. 
Blue Creek Coal & Land Co, E S Jones 
(Scranton Pa) pres. W A MacCorkle 
v-pres, T E Jones (Scranton Pa) 
treas, W D Boyer (Scranton Pa) 
sec, 12 Champ bldg. 
Blumberg David ]M. clothing, 60S Kan- 
awha. 
Blumberg &: Pushkin (David M Blum- 
berg, Moses I Pushkin), dry goods, 
.lO*) Kanawha. 
Blustein David & Bro (David and Isa- 
dora) , Hides, Wool. Furs, Ginseng 
and Roots, oO'^oOS Kanawha. 
Blustein Louis & Co (Louis Blustein), 
Hides, Wool aflhd Ginseng. 511-513 
Kanawha. 
Boggs Edwin L, private sec to Gov- 
ernor of State of W Va, The Capitol. 
Bohnert George A. grocer. 1307 Wash- 

irgton and 517 Kanawha. 
Bohnert Joseph L, shoemaker, 517 
Kanawha. 



Boiarsky Abraham, jeweler, 714 Kan- 
awha. 
Boiarsky Max, grocer, * 920 Quarrior 
F'.(;!oi- John, barber, 9 Summers. 
Boone E A Co, A M Smith pres, E .\ 
Boone sec-treas, merchant tailors, 1 1 
Cnpitol. 
Buren C M. pass and city ticket aut 
C & O Ry, city office 811 Kanawha 
Borstein Isaac, clothing, 604 Kanawlip 
Botkin Edward A, dentist, 177 Don- 
na lly. 
Botkin Mary I, dressmaker, Quanier 

and McFarland. 
Bowen & Hall (Samuel E Bowen, Ad- 
dison Hall), Attorneys-at-Law, Real 
Estate and Loans, 43-44 Bradfonl 
bldg. (See left bottom lines, back 
cover and adv.) 
Bowles James F, barber, 811 Kana- 
wha. 
Bowyer & Porter (J R Bowyer, J B 
Porter), news stand, Kanawha am! 
Hale, 
i Boyd Alexander C, contr, 190 Clen- 
dennin. 
Boyd Alexander D, bldg contr, 19'"' 
: Clendennln. 

: Bovd Andrew H, dentist, 24 Arcade 
^ bldg. 

: Boyd Wm A, grocer, 109 Morris. 
; Bradley Henry, junk, 104 Virginia. 
; Branch W W Veneer & Lumber Co. 
W W Branch pres and mngr, 20 1 
E Pennsylvania av. 
Draw ley David A, stoves and tinware. 

h06 Kanawha. 
Bns;gs Murray, lawyer, 21 V2 Capitol. 
Brotherton Mrs Virginia, restauranr. 
406 Kanawha. 
; Broun & Broun (Thomas L and Fon- 
taine), lawyers. 601 1.^ Kanawha. 
Bi'own Anderson H, meat market, 't 

Drvden. 
Brown Bros (C C and F C), wholsal ■ 
: flour and feed. Capitol near K & -■' 
depot. 
Brown Charles E. Manager Standard 
Oil Co (Charleston W Va brancli ' 
7011-711 Capitol. 
Brov.-n PMrmin C, millinery, 280 Courr_ 
Brown, Jackson & Knight (James f^ 
Brown, IMalcolm Jackson, Ed^v:v.• • 
W Knight. Valentine L Black, Johi^ 
Wehrle), Attorneys-at-Law, Kan-'- 
wha Valley Bank bldg. 
Blown Wm S, lawyer and civil en- 
gineer, ZOVz Capitol. 



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Bruce Amanda J. dressmaker, 212 
Brooks. 

Buckeye Grocery Co. J H Harner man- 
ager. 711 Virginia. 

Bullock Rev J Eullan (Baptist), 357 
Wasliinsfton. 

Burdett Frank C. lawver. 30H Capitol. 

Burdett Samuel C, Attorney-at-Law, 
221^ Capitol. 

Burdette Clarence R. lawyer. Custom 
House place opp P O. 

Burdette Frank G, county surveyor. 
Court House. 

Burlew Abraham, lawyer, 42 Citizens' 
National Bank bldg. 

Burlew N S, wholesale hardware, 716 
Kanawha. 

Burlew Opera House. N S Burlew 
mngr, cor Capitol and State. 

Buster Herbert B, Lawyer, 30'/o Capi- 
tol. 

Butts Frank R. dentist. 30i'^ Capitol. 

Butts J Fleetwood, dentist. SQi/^ Capi- 
tol. 

Byer George, upholsterer, 101 Lovell. 

Byrne George, mngr Gazette Pub Co, 
SOI Kanawha. - 

Cabeii, Evans & Co, Incorporated 1901, 
D T Evans pres. C A Cabell sec, 
W T Williamson treas. E T Watson 
mngr, General Brokers and INIanu- 
facturers Agents. 905 Kanawha. 
(See adv.) 

Cablish Bros (Charles Cablish), con- 
lectionery, 217 Capitol. 

Calderwood Andrew C. contr. 75 Hale, 

Campbell James A, barber, 702 Kan- 
awha. 

Car.treil W A & Co, Pianos. Organs 
and Musical Tvlerchau'lise. 204 Capi- 
tol. (See adv.) 

Capita! City Commercial College. W 
B Elliott President, S O Kegley Man- 
ager, Odd P'cllows bldg. 



Capital City Supply Co, Clark Howell 
President, Ernest Howell Manager, 
Mill and Mine Supplies, 217 Capitol. 
(See right top and left bottom lines 
and adv.) 

Capito Charles, wholesale liquors, 812 
Kanawha. 

Capitol Carbonating Co. J U Graham 
mngr, East End Capitol, 

Capitol Hotel, Mrs M A Bibby propr, 
opp The Capitol. 

Cardiff Coal Co, P E Embleton pres, 
J Q Dickinson sec-treas, Kanawha 
Valley Bank bldg. 

Carney John C, barber. 518 Kanawha. 

Carper Isaac M, saloon, 16 Summers. 

Carson Bros (H M and C L)-, general 
store, 144 Charleston. 

Carson Wm ^l, saloon. 146 Charleston. 

Carter Emery R, lawyer, 604 1/2 Kan- 
awha. 

Cavender Milton W, grocer, 215 Vir- 
ginia W Charleston. 

Chamber of Commerce. Charles Capito 
pres, C K Payne v-pres, Charles 
Loeb sec, John L Dickinson treas, 
cor Capitol and Quarrier. 

Chamberlain J E. ins. Kanawha Na- 
tional Bank bldg. 

Charape Ira P, physician, 30^/2 Capitol. 

Chandler Walter, liverv, Reynolds near 
Lo\ell. 

Charleston Boiler & P^oundry Co, Ed- 
win Polsue pres, Edwin C Polsue 
sec-treas, cor Court and Dryden. 

Charleston Bottling Works, S T Ford 
pres. R K Ford sec. 307 Kanawha. 

Charleston Brewing Co (Capital $250,- 
i}^^*^). Charles Wieland President, 
Joseph Kohler Secretary and Treas- 
urer. 8t)G Donnally. (See adv.) 

Charleston Building Block Co, C E 
Rudesill pres, H Rus Warne sec- 
treas, mnfrs cement bldg blocks, 
Bradford bldg. 

Charleston, Clendennin & Sutton R R. 
B C Barber agt. Slack near Capitol. 

Charleston Daily Gazette, Gazette Pub 
Co -publrs, 801 Kanawha. 

Charleston Daily Mail, Charleston 
Daily :\[ail Publishing Co Publish- 
ers. 800 Kanawha. (See adv.) 

Charleston Daily Mai! Publishing Co 
The. N S Burlew President, E C Col- 
cord Secretary, R B Cassady Treas- 
urer, Moses W Donnally Manager, 
809 Kanawha. 



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Charleston Electrical Supply Co, H S 
_ "* Johnson President and Treasurer, 
ULi < Lester Ridenour Secretary', Jobbers 

>2 and Dealei-s in Electrical Supplies, 
I— ino2 Virginia. (See adv.) 
g^gj i^ Charleston Fruit Co. Abraham Cassis 

H<2 n.n-;r. 223 Capitrl. 
^E Charleston Grocery Co (J D McFar- 
03f*" land. X R Burdette), Washington 
O and Morris. 

8 3 Charlesron Hard^vare Co. T E Emble- 
iJU ^ ton pres, J Q Dickinson v-pres, P W 

^^ ' Fiournoy sec-treas and mngr, whol 

hardware, 206 Capitol. 
B.Br- Charleston Home Telephone Co The 
iSm \. '^ ^^ Pavne President. VV W .Morri- 

son Secretary. E E Newman Treas- 
urer, H P Dixrm Manager, Kanawha 
National Bank bldg. 
r Charleston Hotel Co, G O Taylor 

Z^j Manager. Proprietor Hotel Ruffner. 
2 5 Kanawha cor Hale. 
O o Charleston Ice & Coal Co, Dr F S 
^^ Thomas President. I E Champe Sec- 
j;; J retary, J A Holley Vice-President, 
fo <5 Treasurer and General Manager, 110 

2 7 Smith: both phones. 
2 Charleston Laundry Co, C A Ray pres, 
D2 S F Bonham. sec-treas and mngr, 
^ 10:) Virginia. 

^ Charleston Liquor Co. Albert P Tiers 
c Manager, SIO Kanawha. 
J Charleston Lumber Co The, George 
^ Falloon pres. Augustus Baird sec, 
•^ UJ Elk and K & M Ry. 
iaaai « Charleston Mnfg Co. Forest R Pond 
BBM 5 mngr. overall^;, 91-93 Charleston. 
!b^^ " Charleston Milling Sr Produce Co, 
^^^ ^ Peter Silraan. pres. H W Sentz sec- 
,0 jj treas. 903 Kanawha. 
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chard President. J R Seal Vice-Pres- 
ident, H L Prichard Cashier, J D 
Foster Jr Assistant Cashier. Charles- 
ton National Bank bldg. (See adv.) 



Charleston Natural Gas Co, J D North- 

rup mngr, 816 Quarrier. 
Charleston Wharfage Co, W B Don- 

nally pres and treas, on river it 

Summers. 
Charleston & Pittsburgh Packet Line 

"Steamer Greenwood," W B Don- 

nally & Co and S M Snyder agts, ft 

Summers. 
Charleston & South Side Bridge Co. 

J Wainwright pres, T H Givins sec- 

troas. Virginia bet Hale and Mc- 

Farland. 
Chesapeake & Ohio Ry, C M Boren 

pass and city ticket agt, depot South 

and Kanawha Bridge, city office 811 

Kanawha. 
Chesapeake & Ohio Ry Freight Depot, 

Nat Warren freight agt, South Side 

below bridge. 
; Chesapeake <& Ohio Ry Depot South 

Side near bridge. 
Chilton. iVlacCorkle & Chilton (Joseph 

E Chilton, Wm A MacCorkle, Wm 

E Chilton), Attorneys-at-Law, Champ 
; bldg. 
: Churchman Vincent T, oculist, lOOS 

Washington. 
! Citizens' National Bank (capital $17o.- 
j 000. surplus and undivided profits 
I $60,000), Wesley Mollohan pres, M 
; M Williamson cashier, J N Carnes 
I asst cashier, Capitol s e cor Quar- 
rier. 
^ City Employment Bureau, L C Sum* 
: mers mngr, 508 1/^ Kanawha. 
: Clark James P, whol liquors, 24-26 
j Capitol. 

I Clark Thaddeus S, Attorney-at-Law, 
I Champ bldg. 

j Clatworthy Bennard, second-hand 
i goods, 519 Kanawha; 
i Clay Buckner, lawyer, with Fiournoy, 
Price & Smith. 98 Bradford bldg. 
Cleary Richard T, barber, 106 Charles- 
ton. 
Cloxton John, second-hand goods, 601 
, Kanawha. 

Cohen Israel, clothing, 514 Kanawha. 
; Cohn Alex, clothing, 524 Kanawha. 
! Collins Lumber Co, D S Collins pres, 
W R Locke sec-treas, 812*^ Quar- 
! rier. 

I Conker Sc Guill Bending Co (Henry K 
i Conker and John Guill), lumber and 
bent wagon rims, opp Elk City De- 
j pot. 
; ConloD Thomas, saloon, 713 Virginia. 



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Copeland Charles E, phyaician, 8S \ 

Charleston. ! 

Couenhaver Florence, propr Hotel j 

Clyde. I 

Cork Jacol) F, lawyer, 54 Citizens' Na- \ 

t'DiKil Bank bldg. 
Cottreli Joel, justice, 725 Kanawha. 
Couch Charles B. lawyer, Charleston ^ 
National Bank bid;?. . : 

Coii« h George S. lawyer. 808 Virginia. \ 
Couch Vjames H, lawyer, 44 Citizens' > 

National P3ank bldg. 
Courtney DeVVitt G, lumber, Odd Fel- : 

lows blk. 
Cox Frank, miniucr, Charleston Na- 
tional Bank bid?. 
Coyle ii Richardson (George F Coyle, ' 
J L Richardson), dry goods, 222 ; 
Capitol. 
Cragg Edward, meat market, 13 Sum- 
mers. : 
Crawford Ellis T, land, 34 Citizens' \ 

National Bank bidg. 
Cdder J W. mngr W U Tel Co, 813 

Kanawha. 
Crimaldi Santo, confectioner. 714 Vir- 
ginia. 
I Crvstal Bottling Co (C T Wood). 24 

Summers. 
j Daniels Frank G. grocer, r)13 Capitol. 
I Daniels F J «fe Co (F J Daniels), de- 
! partmont store. IG Capitol. 
I Dr.vidson Robert L. blacksmith, 

Chnileston near bi'idge. 
I Davidson Urban C, grocer, 1229 Wash- 
' ington. 

I Davidson W F & John, building con- 
1 tractors. 218 Lewis. 
; Davis .Joseph L, physician, cor Vir- 
ginia and Summers. 
I Dawloy Furniture Co, E C Dawley 
I pres, Frank Woodman sec-treas, 807- 
J 809 Virginia. 

Dawson J P. propr Hotel Central, 403 

KcUiav/ha. 
Dawson Wm M O. Secretary of State. 



DeGruyter & Frasier (J A DeGruyter, 

R }j Frasier j, General Insurance, 
Sll Kanawha. 
Devereaux Lumber Co, George W 
Stock'ey pres and treas. A W Wa- 
trous v-pres and mngr, I E Hodge 
.-ec. hardwood lumber, 395 Pennsyl- 
vania av. 
Diamond Ice & Coal Co, F M Stanton 
pres. [ N Smith treas. 807 Kanawha. 
Dickinson John L, Cashier The Kan- 
a\v1ui Valley Bank, cor Capitol and 
Kanawha. 
Dickinson John Q, President The Kan- 
awha \'alley Bank, cor Capitol and 
Kanawha. 
Dixon H P, mngr The Home Tele- 
phone Co, Kanawha National Bank 
bldg. 
Dodd Charles E, grocer, 185 Charles- . 

ton. 
Donnally Publishing Co, M W Don- 
naliy Pi-esideut, Clarence Wood Sec- 
retary, 809 Kanawha. 
Donnally W B Co, John T Cotton pres, 
W B Donnally sec-treas, feed, build- 
er-s' supplies and transfer, 18 Sum- 
mers. 
Donovan Patrick A, gas supplies, 18 

Arcade bldg. 
Dudley Wm R, blacksmith, 210 Dick- 
inson. 
Duff Albert S, grocer and produce, 

219 Charleston. 
Dun R G & Co, George Todd mngr, 21 
; Citizens' National Bank bldg. 
; Dyer Edwin B. lawyer, Kanawha Na- 
tioTuil Bank bldg. 
Eaton Albert & Co .Albert Eaton), 

saloon. Opera House blk. 
Eaton Sherman S. saloon, 109 Capitol, 
beor boLtler. Patrick and Court. 
; Eberts John, grocer, Charleston near 
Beechwood Park. 
Edens George E, barber. 132 Charles- 
ton. 
lvi"n^ J l.oyd. saloon. 130 Charleston. 
Edgar John B. Proprietor The Art 
Shop cor Quarrter and Hale. (See 
loft l)ottom lines and adv.) 
CM wards .McClellan. confectionery, 

Kanawha and Court. 
Edwards Wm Seymour, lawyer, Kan- 
awha Valley Bank bldg. 
FXmu David, building contr, 219 Capi- 

rol. 
Flliorr iiomcr P, bakery, 621 Kana- 
wha. 



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Eskew, Smith & Cannon (W J Eskew 
Jr, A Q Smith, X P Caraiou), r\ian- 
iifacturing Confectioners. Wholesale 
Dealers in Stove;, and Miners' Sup- 
plies, S10-S12 Qiiarrier. 

Falone Louis G, cigars, Arcade opp 
P O. 

Faudree Joseph H, in>, 17 Arcade. 

Feiguson .James P. lawyer. 250 Broad. 

Field .Toltn B, druggist, 012 Capitol. 

Fielder & Turley (Wra Fielder, Alex- 
ander Tiirley), clothing, 1-i Capitol. 

Fishback Bros (R W and Bernard), 
bicycW^-?, :a'j Qiiarrier. 

Fisher Charles P, jeweler, 725 Kana- 
-vvha. 

Fisher Henry A, general store, Glen- 
wood av near Gienwood Park. 

Fisher Henry- H. stoves and tinware, 
105 Charleston. 

Fisher & Fruth (George Fisher, 
Abraham Fruth), meat market, 623 
Kanawha. 

Flournoy, Price & Smith (S L Flour- 
iioy, G E Price. H B Smith). Attnr- 
?'.eys---it-l.'aw. 5r.h tloor Bradford bklg. 

P'iournoy R Parke, lawyer, with Flour- 
noy, Price &. Smith. 5rh floor Brad- 
ford bklg. 

Fontaine Peter, lawyer. Arcade bldg. 
I'r mcis P' K. music te 'cher, 179 Broad. 

Fi-ankenbergor «i Co (Philip, Max 

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Ivanawha. 

Franklin Keinhold C, in^. Kanawha 
National Bank bldg. 

Freer Romeo H, Attorney General, 
"lie C'apitoi. 

Frick Company, W W T.homas Man- 
ager, Saw Mills, Threshing ' Ma- 
Chiiuu-y and Ice Macluuery, 707 V2 
Virginia. (See adv.) 

Friedman Jacob, dry goods. 103 Capi- 
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Clendennin. 

Frizzell & Minsker (V F Frizzell, 

(h'orge Minsker), proprs American 

Heii) Medicine Co, 417 Kanawha 

Fnuh ^'aientine, grocer, 202 Kanawha. 

Frv Henry, lawyer, Kanawha National 

Bank bldg. 
Galiaher DeWitt C. lawyer, 31 Citizens' 

National Bank bldg. 
Gallenberg Bernard, saloon, 704 Kan- 

av.-ha. 
Gamble Henry F, physician, 573 Wash- 
ington. 
Gardner Fred, meat market, 122S 

Washington. 
Garflner IMordecai J, grocer, Court and 

i'a trick. 
Gotes Alexander P, photographer, 21^2 

Cnpitol. 
Gates Charles A. grocer, 110 Capitol. 
Gates George D, bicycles, 25 Summers. 
Gates J Leonard, photographer, 30 ^.'^ 

Capitol. 
Gates James M, painting contr, 27-29 

Summers. 
Gates Lovell C, hardware, 708 Kana- 
wha. 
; Gates Paint Mnfg Co (J H, D H and 

W S Gates), 27-29 Summers. 
; Gates & Hogeman (J H Gates, A L 
'' Hogeman), wreckers and dredgers, 
27-20 Summers: 
Gazette Publishing Co. George Byrne 
mngr. publrs Daily Gazette, SOI 
Kariawha. 
Geary Edward ,J. grocer, 314 Lovell.. 
Gel)iiart Edward, produce, 314 Kan- 
awha. 
Gehrkeu George, tailor, G09 Virginia. 
' General Hospital, Drs Schoollieid & 
Young, physicians in charge, Elm- 
wood RV. 
Giles «^i Fisher (George W Giles, 
Charles W Fisher), contrs, 221 
Charleston. 
Given ^land. grower. 25G Begley av. 
Glen Elk Co, E W Knight pres. G S 
Couch sec-treas, real estate, 808 
Virginia. 
Goft Leonard O, flour and feed, 104 

Lovell. 
Goldbarth Max. dry goods. 106 Capitol, 
(iood Charles W, lawyer, 53 Citizens' 

National Bank bldg. 
Goodman .John H, grocer and meats, 
71 Caroline. 



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IRON, BRONZE AND BR^SS CASTINGS. 

RebuiidiRj Locomotives a Specialty. 

WE REPAIR ALL KINDS OF MINE AND MILL 

MACHINERY. 

New and Second-Hand Machinery on Hand. 
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CHARLESTOPI, \¥. VA. 



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RATES $1 00 to $2.00. Best 

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For Sa5e by Huntington, 

All Leading Supply Houses In U. S. A. vv. Va. 

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HOUSTON 8H0S. CO. 

GLAY PRODUCTS, 

Sr^vcr l»ipe, Cliinintw lops, 
Drain TiU', i'liic iJiiiiig,. 

32d St. & Penna. R. R., PITTSBURG, PA. 

WRITE FOR PRICES. 

See adv. in classified Builders" Supplies. 







Goofhnan MiUg Co (Chicago lil), L H 

Harrison agt, mining machinery, 804 : 

Kanawha. ; 

Goodman Nathan A, shoemaker, 611 ' 

Kanawha, ! 

Gosliorn Frerlerick W, lawyer, 30 

RradK.rd hUl^. 
Goshorn & Co (Wm F and H D : 

Gosborn). Wholesale Hardware and 

Buikiers' Supplies, 610 Kanawha. 
Graham Jesse W, shoemaker, 418 Vir- 

ginia. _ i 

Graham Lewis Y. propr Kanawha; 

House. l')l Kanawha. I 

Graham ^Vm W. L^rocer and notary, ; 

cor State and Court. | 

Grand Rapids Furniture Co, W B I 

Shober. President and Manager, | 

Everytliing in Furniture, 214-216 : 

Capitol. (See right top linc:^ and ; 

adv.) I 

Gravely Benjamin F Jr. photographer, ; 

Burlew Opera House. 
Green Samuel S, lawyer, Charleston ' 

National Bank bldg. \ 

Greene Bine "Steamer Greenwood" ; 

(Pittsburgh and Charleston), Gordon i 

C GreeriO. \'\ B Donnally ifc Co and | 

S xM Snyder ag^s. ' 

Greenlee & Harmon { SV ,T Greenlee, > 

W B HarujouK saloon, 2b C;ipitol. 
Gresham Wm T, grocer and contr, oo6 ; 

Crescent road. ' 

GrifUn liev Charles K (Baptist), 27 

W Coluinbia av. 
Gio-^scup Frank P. iiromoter, Kana- ; 

wha National Bank bldg. ; 

Gros.snian .Max W, paints and glass,; 

Ki Summers. 
Gi-ove Creek Lumber Co, George Fal- i 

l(!on pres, C H Welch soc-treas, 73 : 

Biadiord bldg. 
Haas i^: Creamer (H K Haas, Wm ; 

Ci'eaiiK/i'), bariieis, 1') Summers. 
Hac-kb'V .lame^. tran.-irr. Ins Virginia. ; 
Male 'ilKimas. r;<ii<.ir, :h)7 (.^iiarrifT. 



Haley Peter A, oculist, 108 1^ Capitol. 

Hall Ambrose C, harness mjifr, 515 
Kanawha. 

Haist(?ad Joseph, employment agt, 
50Sii Kanawha. 

Hanna Addison, life ins, 725 Kana- 
wha. 

Hrmshaw Perry, propr New St Charles 
Hotel, 521 Kanawha. 

Hanshaw & Ellis (J E Hanshaw, E 
S Ellis), meats, 92 Charleston. 

Haptonstall Frank L, brick mason, 
11 Ross. 

Hardway Wm P, locksmith, 10 Lovell. 

FIcirk Isaac J, grocer. Court and Don- 
nally. 

Harn-ion Benjamin F, salooti, 627 Kan- 
awha. 

H n-rison Leigh H, mnfrs agt, SOi 
Kanawha. 

Hatcher John H, saloon, Slack and 
C C «& S R R. 

Hauck Henry C, saloon, 30-32 Sum- 
mers. 

Hawkins Steele A & Son (Steele A 
and Wm A). Real Estate, Loans 
and Insurance. 271L' Capitol. (See 
right bottom lines and adv.) 

Hazelwood James M, barber, 22 Cap- 
itol. 

Heasley H, second-hand goods, 419 
Kanawha. 

Heniieraan Arthur P, building contr, 
177 Shrewsbury. 

Hennemann George, Architect and 
Superintendent. 711 1/2 Virginia. (See 
adv.) 

Henry Robert S. physician. 21 Arcade 
bldg. 

Hershey Dr S E, Veterinary Surgeon 
and Denthst. 918 Virginia. (See 
adv.) 

Hi(ks O W & Co (O W Hicks), gro- 
(N-rs, 400 Kanawha. 

Higginbotham C T, hotel, 125 Charles- 
ton . 

Higpinbothani John W, grocer, 103 
Loveil. 

Hill .Joseph W, dry goods, 720 Kan- 
awha. 

Hindman Donna M, music teacher. 2J0 
La id ley. 

Flissoni H, poultry, Crescent road 12 
e> limits. 

Hiveiy Fleming A. grocer, 502 Capitol. 

Hoffman .fa cob R, lumber mnfr, Elk 
toot ot' Spring. 



Engravinq by All Processes. Printlnq of Ever> Description. 

Rawsllionis Enoravino & Prlntioo Company, 

ARROTT BUILDING, NO. 3 BARKER PLACE, PITTSBURG, PA. 



Seymann Brewing Co. 

Wheeling, West Va. 



Brewers of the Celebrated 
EXPORT, LAGER A^D 
BAVARIArS BEER. 
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Electrical Supplies 

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Special Facilities for 
Revvinriing and Rt-pair Work. 

No. 352 Virginia Street, 

Charleston, W. Va. 



JOSEPH POP?, 

Manufacturer and Wljoiesa'e 
and Retail Dealer 

Harness 
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A Fall Line of 
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W. H. TRENT, 

CLEAINIINGAND PRESSING. 

DYEING A SPECIALTY. 

504 Capitol Street, CHARLESTON, W. VA. 

STEELE A. HAWKl INS & SON. 

Uccilers In Farminn and Grazing Lands* 

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BRUSHES, PAINTS & VARNISHES. 

930-932 PENN AVENUE, 
PITTSBURG, PA. 

Hogiie Wm A. city engineer. City 
Hall. 

Holiey & Stephenson (J A Holley, 
Samuel Stephenson), Coal and um- 
ber Lands, Offices 1 and 2 Odd Fel- 
lowis bidg. both phones. (See lett 
toj) lines.) 

Holmes W S Co ( \V S 
AVallver). brokers. 70G 

Home Laundry Co. C S 
1.10 Kanawha. 

Home' Made Candy Co (M A Bashara), 
21 Capitol. 

Hop Sing-, laundry. 512 Kanawha. 

Hornoi'f August, tailor, 3 Arcade. 

Hotel Central, J P Dawson propr, 403 
Kanawha. 

Hotel Clyde, Florence Copenhaver 
propr, GOl Virginia. 

Hotel Kanawha, Hotel Kanawha Co 
(E W Staunt(jn) Propr, A C Law- 
rence Mngr. Custom House place, 
opp P O. (See adv.) 

Hotel Pauley, Mrs V A Pauley propr, 
115 Court. 

Hotel Robinson, Harry E Robinson 
propr, 611 Virginia. 

Hotel Ruffner, Charleston Hotel Co 
Proprietors, George O Taylor Man- 
ager, Kanawha cor Hale. 

Hotel Washburn, C L Topping Pro- 
prietor, 120 Capitol. (See adv.) 

Houston James B. physician, 215',^ 
Capitol. 

Howard & Davis (C P Howard, Ira 
F Davis), Civil and Mining Engi- 
neers, 903 Kanawha. (See adv.) 

Howell Clark. President Capital City 
Supply Co, 217 Capitol. 

Howell Ernest, Manager Capital City 
Supply Co, 217 Ciipit')!. 

Hubbard-Bedell Grocery Co, J W Hub- 
bard President, J F Bedell Secre- 
tary and Treas\iror, Wholesale Gro- 
cers, 818 Virginia. 



Huijbard Zachary T, shoemaker, 
Charleston near bridge. 

Hudson James F, grocer, 707 State. 

Hudson John H, locksmith, 2 Arcade. 

Huliug James H, real estate, 816^/^ 
Quarrier. 

Humphrey Randolph B. auctioneer, 
Crescent road 1 e limits. 

Hunt John H, lawyer, 502^ Kana- 
wha. 

Husson Shaheen J. notions, 412 Kan- 
awha. 

Hutchinson-Stephenson Hat Co, J -VI 
Hutchinson Jr pres, L C Stephenson 
sec and treas, whol hats and caps, 
f;24-02<j Kanawha. 

Hutton Mrs Cora E, millinery, 
Charleston and Virginia av. 

ImliOd'^n 6c Odn]] K r Co, E 'S Jones 
(Scranton Pa), pres. W A MacCor- 
kie v-pres and genl counsel, T E 
Jones (Scranton Pa) treas, W D 
Boyer (Scranton Pa) sec, 12 Champ 
bidg. 

James Charles H, Wholesale Butter. 
Eggs, Poultry and all Fruits, 23 
Summers. (See adv.) 

Jarrett John A, Sheriff, Court House. 

Jarrett Squire B. Sale, Feed and Liv- 
ery Stable, 918 Virginia. (See adv.) 

Jarrett & Kehoe {E T Jarrett, Ernest 
V Kehoe L shoes, 29 Capitol. 

Jeffrey Mntg Co, C B Peck mngr, 
mining machinery, 807 Kanawha. 

Jeffries John D, shoes, 702 Kanawha. 

Jeffries Thomas E, asst engineer in 
charge U S Engineer's office, 28 
Kanawha Valley Bank bldg. 

Jenkins Rev George W W (M E), 106 
Brooks. 

Joachim Ernst F, barber, 6 Arcade. 

Joachim George, contr, 108 Clenden- 
nin. 

Johnson John W. agt Adams Express 
Co, 718 Kanawha. 

Johnson Rev Thomas C (Baptist), 416 
Virginia. 

Johnson Wm T, real estate, 801 Kan- 
awha. 

Johnston Israel H, tailor (repair), SIS 
Kanawha. 

Jones Mrs Julia, dressmaker, 707^2 
Virginia. 

Jones Robert L, physician, 43^,4 Sum- 
mers. 

Jones Sadie E. dressmaker, 407 Vir- 
ginia. 

Jones & Winkler (E C Jones, B R 
Winkler), ins, 11 V2 Capitol. 



Rents 001!8G!8(!, ""!' * Klrchner, 



Wheeling, W. Va, 



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f mdlibiid uuusRSj West Vlrolnia Young ^len. 



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BROKERS & MANUFACTURERS' AGEINTS, -^ 

STEEL RAIL, FIRE BRICK, SLATE, LUMBER, SHINGLES, ROOFING, 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE, 

905 KANAWHA STREET, CHARLESTON, W. VA. 2 Ci O > 

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Dealers lu Higli-Grade /^ 304 Capitol Street, J Q — 2 

.,„i^ Cliarleston. H C 

PIANOS-Ciiickering, Knabe, ^ „„...,o c . n . 5 " 

.;; ORGAfiS-Esfey, Putnam, ? ? 

Everett, Wetier, / ^21 i. . u ,■ 

*• ^ w Mason &, Hamlin. 

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Guarantees the Lar^^est P^aid Up Circulation in the City of ^ S ii 
Charleston and Kanawha County of any Newspaper ever < — Oj 

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WE CHALLENGE AN INVESTIGATION. 

SistersYille Oil & Gas Well Tool Works, Manufacturer of All Kind^of 

JOHN FlNLAYSOrs Propr. Fishing and Drilling Tools. 

Office Phone, Beii 107. Residence, Bell 228. Hew Stock Always on Hand. Sisfersvitia, W, Ka. 



for Timber, Coal, 01! Lands, Farms and all other 
kinds of Real Estate 



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fVlanufacturers of 

Wooden Tanks Jowers and Vats, 

3II5-3II9 LIBERTY AVENUE, 

PITTSBURG, PA. 

Lona Distance Phone 373 Fisk 



Jordan Ivory C, lawyer, Kanawha Val- 
ley P.ank bldg. 

Kanawha Banking & Trust Co (Cap- 
ital .$2:'0.000 Surplus $100,000), C C 
I-ewis President, F M Staunton 
Vicc-Pre-idPiit, H B Lewis Cashier, 
cor Capitol and Quarrier. (See 
adv.) 

Kanawha Drug Co The, W E Con- 
nell President. W G Hubbard Sec- 
retary and Treasurer, Wholesale 
Drugs, 909 Virginia. 

Kanawha Fuel Co (incorporated 1901, 
capital $200,000). J R Thomas pres. 
J B Lev; is v-pres, 'SI T Roach, treas 
and genl mngr, Kanawha Valley 
Bank' bid g. 

Kanawha Hardwood Co, W C Barker 
treas and mngr for W Va, whol lum- 
ber, 710 Vi Kanawha. 

Kanav>ha House, L Y Graham propr, 
157 Kanawha. 

Kanawha Mine Car Co, M T Davis 
pres. N S Fitzhugh sec-treas, K & 
M and C & O Ry. 

Kanawha Nail & Iron Co. L P Prof- 
fitt mngr, ul7 Clendennin. 

Kanawha National Bank The (Capital 
?250,000, Surplus and Profits $125,- 
000), G S Couch President, E A 
Reid Cashier, H L Wehrle Assistant 
Cashier, Capitol cor Virginia. (See 
adv.) 

Kanawha Natural Gas, Light & Fuel 
Co, \V O Johnson pres, W C Cook 
sec-treas. 1003 Quarrier. 

Kanav/ha Planing Mill Co, P M Bur- 
dctt pres. W H WelJs sec-ti-eais, 
Kanawha National Bank bldg. 

Kanawha Valley Bank The (Capital 
$150,000, Surplus $325,000), J Q 
Dickinson President, .lames F 
Brown Vice-President, John L Dick- 
inson Cashier, John C Malone As- 
sistant Cashier, cor Kanawha and 
Capitol. (See adv.) 



Kanawha Valley Traction Co, R A | 
Brown pres, T Clark sec, T J Car- 
mack treas and mngr, 21 1^ Capitol. 

Kanawha Water & Light Co, Richard , 
p]lkins pres, W F Sadler Jr sec-treas. i 
J E Hewes chief engr, 227 Capitol. \ 

Kanawha Woolen Mills, George Min- I 
sker pres, Frank Woodman sec- | 
treas, 104 Clendennin. | 

Kanawha & Coal River Coal Co, DA ? 
Xease pres, EAT Nease treas. 24 | 
Kanawha Valley Bank bldg. | 

Kanawha & Coal River Ry, D A ^ 
Nease pres, Kanawha Valley Bank | 
bldg. I 

Kanawha & Michigan Ry (Ohio Cen- % 
tral Lines), C E Fultz genl agt, N '. 
C Bishop pass agt, Fred Woodruff 
depot ticket agt. city office Citizens' 
National Bank bldg, depot cor | 
Smith and Broad. | 

Kanawna & New River Fire Brick Co, 
D G Courtney pres, Leon E Bligh ; 
sec-treas. office and works Kana- I 
wha 2 miles. | 

Kaufman Marx, grocer. 605 Kanawha. \ 

Keeney Ura Z, building contr, 133 ! 
Reynolds. § 

Kegley S O, mngr Capital City Com- | 
mercial College, cor Capitol and I 
State. I 

•Keller Michael, tailor, 2S Alderson. * 

Kelley James M, grocer, 193 Charles- I 
ton. I 

Kelley Mrs L A, grocer 1318 Washing- I 
ton. 'n 

Kendall Marcellus A, State Bank Ex- | 
aminer. The Capitol. j 

Kennedy James W, lawyer, 55 Citi- 3 
zens' National Bank bldg. 4 

Kennedy Wra A, meat market, 240 4 
Court. J 

KesingfcT Oswald, hotel, 410 Kanawha. 3 

Key Charles S, Blacksmith & Wagon ,] 
Maker, McFarland bet Virginia and ^| 
Quarrier. (See adv.) 'I 

Kieffer Rev .lohu E (.Lutheran), lOS 
Clendennin. 

Killinger Frederick, furniture and un- 
dertaker, 803 Kanawha. 

Kimbrough &. Chnpelle (Clayton E 
Kimbrough. John W Chapelle), 
lawyers. 2314 Summers. 

King & Nutter, lawyers, 604^ Kan- 
awha. 

Klostermeyer & Copeland (F G Klos- 
termeyer, Dr C E Copeland), drug- 
gists, Charleston and Virginia av. 



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FITTINGS, Valves, Packings, Steam 

Rumps, Mose and Belting, 

Waste, Oils, Files, F*iilleys, Shafting. 



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L. PRICHARD, Pres. 
J. R. SEAL, Vice-Pres. 



H. L. PRICHARD, Cashier. 

J. D. FOSTER, Jr., Ass't Cashier. 



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WE SOLICIT YOUR PATRONAGE. 

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Staliooery, Bricalirac, Cii! Giass aoii Silverware. 

rOU ARE CORDIJLU INVITED TO INSPECT OUR STOCK. 

Cor. Quarrier and Hale Streets. 

CHARLESTON, W. VA. 
FRICIC CO^^PANY. 

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Saw Mills, Tiiresiiiog MacJiiner/ ood 

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Charleston, W. V a. 

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Farming-, Coal, Timber and Grazing- 
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m I ll C U U r I L I LOi Oven Supplies, Electric Supplies, Hospital Stretchers. 

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The Pitlsljyrg Dispatcli 

THE COf^PLETE NEWSPAPER. 



Koontz H C. ties, Charleston National 
Bank bldg. 

Krauss George M, carriages, 411 Vir- 
ginia. 

Krieg & Price (Arch Krieg, W C 
Price). 10 Capitol. 

Kiivkendall Wm J B. vocal teacher, 
115 Morris. 

LaFollette Latelle M, lawyer, 32 Cit- 
izensi' National Bank bldg. 

Laid ley Wm S. lawyer, 27 1^ Capitol. 

Landers Meredith, hotel. 63 Lovell. 

Landon-Levy Co, W H Landon pres, 
L G Levy treas, planing mill, Glenn 
and Elk river. 

Lanham Ella, dressmaker. 21^/^ Cap- 
itol. 

Lawrence A C, Manager Hotel Kana- 
wha. 

Leech Rev Samuel V (M E), State, 
2 e Court. 

Legg Wm V, horseshoer, 013 Virginia. 

Levi Charles H, grocer, 113 Clenden- 
nin. 

Lewin Michael, notions. 228 Kanawha. 

Lewis Charles C, President Kanawha 
Banking & Trust Co, cor Capitol 
and Quarrier, 

Lewis. Hubbard & Co (C C Lewis. R 
G Hubbard. C C Lewis Jr). whol 
grocers, 901-903 Virginia. 

Lewis H B, Cashier Kanawha Bank- 
ing i.fe Trust Co, cor Capitol and 
Quarrier. 

Lewis John E, grocer. Crescent road 
1 e Elm. 

Linn, Byrne & Cato (R G Linn. W E 
R Byrne, Henry S Cato), lawyers, 
14-15 Kanawha Valley Bank bldg. 

Littiepage Adam B, Attorney-at-Law, 
20 Capitol. 

Littiepage Samuel D, lawyer, COIV^ 
Kanawha. 

Littleton Mrs R C, florist, Morris cor 
Lee. 

Lloyd Delbert E. ins, 21 Capitol. 



Loeb Leo, Attorney-at-Law, Title Work 

a Specialty, 33 Citizens' National 

Bank bldg. 
Loeb Mary, music teacher, cor State 

and Lovell. 
Loeb Shoe Co (H Loeb), 12 Capitol. 
Loewenstein & Sons (S M, Louis and 

Moses), whol hardware, 225 Cap- 
itol. 
Lohmeyer-Goshorn Insurance Agency 

The (Wm Lohmeyer, E J Goshorn). 

Insurance Agents, 723 Kanawha. 

(See adv.) 
Lohmeyer & Goshorn, Proprieors The 

West Virginia General Agency Fire 

Insurance, 723 Kanawha. (See 

adv.) 
Long Fannie, stenogr, 47 Bradford 

bldg. 
Loth Gus, dry goods. Ill Capitol. 
Lounsbery George, physician, 482 Elm- 

wo(jd av. 
Lovett Daniel C Jr, Superintendent 

Magnet Printing Co. 905 Quarrier. 
Luckhardt Adolph, grocer, 708 Vir- 
ginia. 
Ludden .Tames B. osteopath, 108^/^ 

Capitol. 
Lynch Daniel, horseshoer, cor Bridge 

and Virginia. 
Lvnn John M, chief of police, City 

Hall. 
Lynn Thomas E & Son (T E and 

Walter), grocers, Charleston and 

Virginia av. 
McConihay John M, physician, 184 

State. 
M< Crorey John G, E W Dollman 

mngr. five and ten cent store, 

220-222 Capitol. 
McCroskey Robert J, grocer. Young 

and Welch. 
McDougal Willard H, optician, 1-2 Ar- 

< ade bldg. 
McGee Frank L, physician. 229 Lewis. 
McGrath Mrs Anna V, millinery, 522 

Kanawha. 
McGrath John J. saloon, 819 Kanawha. 
Mcintosh Curtis B. pension atty and 

notary, 601 Kanawha. 
.McLanahan & Harmon (Andrew Mc- 

Lnnahan, George Harmon), saloon, 

22S Capitol. 
McLane C;harles W, blacksmith, 5 

TiMissaloe. 
McLnne Isaac B, physician, 395 

Cltarloston. 
McMilhm Wm A. physician, 108V1> 

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Charleston, VV. Va. 



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Monuments and 
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VASES, Settees and Iron 
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PITTSBURG. 

McRa Duncan, Chief Cterk Secretary 
of Stare's Office, The Capitol. 

MrWhorter & Lcewenstein (L E M«'- 
Whorter. Isaac Lcewenstein), law- 
yers, 122'-o Capitol. 

IMacDermifl Neil P, dentist, 624 V2 
Kanawha. 

Magnet Printing Co, L F Ciiapman 
^lanager, D C Lovett .Ir Superin- 
tendent. Job Printing anrl Rubber 
Stamps. OOo Quarrier. (See adv.) 

IVIahan Albert C, confectionery, 138 
Charleston. 

IVIahan James N, dentist, 215V2 Cap- 
itol. 

Mairs .John W. furniture, 209 and 211 
Kanawha. 

Male Peter F, barber, 810 Virginia. 

Maloy & Co (Arthur L and A C 
:^Ialoy). flour and feed. 104 Charles- 
ton. 

Marshall Robert A. grocer, 705 Vir- 
ginia. 

]\rason Emmett, restaurant, Smith and 
Capitol. 

Ma^on Robert, shoemaker, 130 Brad- 
ford. 

Mason Thomas J. coal, e end Court. 

Matheson Samuel, Real Estate and 
Loans, 22 Arcade bldg. 

;\[athe\vs Benjamin, confectionery, 237 
Capitol. 

Matthews Mrs Alice C, druggist. Ar- 
cade opp P O. 

May Shoe Co (Henry W and Phil M 
May), 712 K.inawha. 

Mays Benjamin F. grocer, 90 Charles- 
ton. 

IVIays Richard, grocer, 114 Spring. 

Mead Bros & Co (Reorganized June 
1903), A I) Mead President. Frank 
Woodman Vice-President, W G 
Mead Secretary, C H Mead Treas- 
urer. Office Desks. Filing Cabinets 
and Bookcases, 805 Kanawha. (See 
adv.) 



Medley &. Fulmer (George Medley, 
George W Fulmer), livery, 108 
Charleston. 

Melcher Richard L. bldg contr, 170 
Kanawha. 

Mellman Benjamin, grocer, 213 Clen- 
dennin. 

Menager & Rummel (James B Man- 
ager, H D Rummel), Attorneys-at- 
Law, 22-23 Citizens' National Bank 
bldg. 

.Merrill Rev Rhuell H (Presbyterian), 
Virginia cor Broad. 

Metz Henry T, Manager Charleston 
Marble Works, 725 Kanawha. (See 
adv.) 

Meyer Ernest A, meat, 140 Charleston. 

Meyers Bros (Samuel H and Alex- 
ander), plumbers, 301 Capitol. 

Micliaeison O H, typewriters, 10 Ar- 
cade. 

Middleton Henry O, lawyer, 2IV2 Cap- 
itol. 

.Alill Creek Cannel Coal Co, L W 
Couch pros, W E Brooks sec, Frank 
Woodman treas. Citizens National 
Bank bldg. 

Miller Supply Co (Huntington), H P 
Stobart mngr, 905 Kanawha. 

Miiler Thomas C, State Superintend- 
ent of Free Schools, The Capitol. 

Mollohan, McClintic & Mathews (Wes- 
ley Moilohan, George W McClintic, 
Wm J Mathews), Attorneys-at-Law, 
45-49 Citizens National Bank bldg. 

Montague Daniel W. saloon, 91 
Charleston. 

Moore S Spencer & Co (S Spencer, 
Wm C B, M Herbert S and G Ern- 
est Moore), books and stationery, 
118 Capitol. 

Moran J Wm. blacksmith, South Side 
near C &; O depot. 

Morgan Benjamin S, lawyer, 818 Quar- 
rier. 

Morgan Co, J S Morgan pres, E C 
T~)awley sec-treas, lumber. Clenden- 
nin and Elk river. 

Morgan Get^ige S. grocer, 106 Lovell. 

.Morgan-CJardner Electric Co, E K 
liowers mngr, 1001 Quarrier. 

Morris Floyd H, grocer, 576 Crescent 
road. 

:Morris Wm H, lawyer, 215 Clenden- 
nin. 

Moses Simon A, saloon, 116 Capitol. 



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Cor. Virginia and McFarland Streets, 
CHARLESTON, W. VA. 



CHAS. C.LEWIS. President 



F. M. STAUNTON, Vice President. 



H. B. LEWIS, Cashier. 



Kanewlia hMwg & Triist Go. 

CHARLESTON, W- VA. 

CAPITAL, $250,000.00. SURPLUS, $100,000.00. 

OPENED FOR BUSINESS, OCT. 1, 1901. 

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Capital Stock, - $250,000.00 

Stockholders' Liabilitv, 250,000.00 
Surplus Fund, - ' 125,000.00 



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OF CHARLESTON. W. VA. I 

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New Location. 711 Penn Ave., 
PITTSBURG, PA. 

Mmmtaiii Stare DeUi'Ctive Agency. D 
\V Cunningham pres, H C Smith 
mngr, cor Capitol and Kanawha. 

^luilins Every, grocer, 215 Young. 

Murphy & .Tenkin? (Cornelius Murphy, 
H F Jenkins j. 270 Bigley av. 

Muse & Harris (George W ■Muse, W 
H Tiarris), grocers. Welch near 
Young. 

Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Com- 
pany of -Newark X J. J L Thornhill 
agent, 211^2 Capitrt. 

Mynes Philip S, grocer, 10.3 Charles- 
ton. 

Nash .Tames H, lawyer, Kanawha Val 
ley Bank bidg. 

National Veneer Co, W E Mohler 
pros, J Charles Mohler see-treas, 
.1 AV Roche mngr. Pennsylvania av. 

Natural Gas Supply Co (J W Pen- 
h;ile. .] T Snyder), gas fixtures, 810 
Quarrier. 

Net 'ley George B. piano tuner, 128 
Kanawha. 

Neil J M Co The. J M Neil Secretary- 
Treasurer. Seeds. 14-16 Arcade bldg. 
(See adv.) 

N'-w St. Charles Hotel, P Hanshaw, 
propr, 521 Kanawha. 

Ni^-rman .Julius, grocer. 84 Court. 

Nichols Isaac E. confectioner. 20 Cap- 
itcd. 

Nichols Thomas L, grocer. Crescent 
road '' e limits. 

Nichol.-on Hugh G. physician, 108 V^ 
CapirfjI. 

Nicholson N Gwinn, dentist, ^OSVz 
Capitol. 

Noel R E, Proprietor Charleston Mar- 
ble- Works. 725 Kanawiia. (See 
adv.) 

N( rron Wm T. barber, 1.3 Alderson. 

Noyes Bradford, china. 814 Quarrier. 

Noyes Philip H, men'.s furnishings. 17 i 
Capitol. i 

STILES BROS 

505 Juliana St., Parkcrsburg, W. V«. 



Noyes, Thomas & Co, A S Thomas 
pres, John A Field sec-treas, whole- 

. sale dry goods, 820-822 Virginia. 

Nutter Wm E, saloon, 508 Kanawha. 

O'Grady Charles, physician, 10 Arcade 
bldg. 

Ohio Valley Furniture Co, W B Sho- 
ber pres, West Charleston. 

Ohley Wm A, lawyer, Kanawha Val- 
ley Bank bldg. 

Old Second Regiment Band, J L Mins- 
ker leader, 303 Kanawha. 

Older O O, druggist, 321 Clendennin. 

Ort Co The (C C, George, Lizzie, Rose. 
Anna, Kate and Lillian Ort), dry 
goods. Charleston and Virginia av. 

Overstieet Walter, saloon, 118 Charles- 
ton. 

Padlibsky Isaac, grocer, 1008 Quar- 
rier. 

Padlibskv 
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Palmer Joseph, 
itol. 

Palmer & Thomas 
Chris Thomas), 
22 1 Capitol. 

Patrick Alford S, 
cor Lee. 

Patrick John, General Agent Provi- 
dent Savings I^ife Assurance Society 
of New York, Arcade bldg. 

Patterson David W, insurance, 807 
Kanawha. 

Pat ton George W. lawyer, Kanawha 
Valley Bank bldg. 

Pauley Wm J, veterinary, 166 Monoa- 
galia. 

Pawnee Coal Co (Baltimore), Brad- 
ford bldg. 

Payne f^rank Co. Frank Payne pres. 
Will O Abney vice pres. Benjamin 
A Caruthers sec, wholesale shoes, 
816 Virginia. 

Pavne Shoe Co, Charles K Payne pres, 
H O Baker, sec-treas, whol shoes, 
005-907 Virginia. 

Payne &. Payne (Jan\es M and Wm 
Dallas), lawyers, Kanawha Valley 
Bank bldg. 

Peoples Grocery Co, C E Cimbrough 
pres. W O Lee sec, 14 Summers. 

Perry W Scott, cabinet maker, 15 Al- 
derson, 

Petty Obadiah A, postm.aster, Post- 
office. 



L Wolf, grocer, Court and 
Ry. 

blacksmith, 605 Cap- 

(E A Palmer, J 
boots and shoes, 

physician. Brooks 



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CHARLESTON, W. VA, Qj (J) 

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Reports on Old and New Mininq Properties. ^ 

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Peyton Carlton P, civil engineer, i 
Charleston National Bank bldg. j 

Philadelphia One Price Clothing | 
House, Henry Smith pres and genl | 
mngr, 802 Kanawha. 1 

Pickens Cornelius, general store, 2S3- 1 
261 Chailesti^n. : 

Pocahontas Coal River & Kanawha i 
Railway Co. C C Watts pres, 50-51 ! 
Cirizens" 'National Bank bldg. 

Polan Abraham I, jeweler, 706 Kana- j 
wha. i 

Polan Jacob, grocer, Bullitt and I 
Spring. I 

Popp Charles, harness. 52T Kanawha. \ 

Popp Jos'=;ph, Harnessmaker, Saddlery ■ 
and Saddlery Hardware, 603 Kana- , 
wha. (See adv.) ! 

Popp Thomas, saloon. 707 Virginia. ; 

Porter George \V, jewelry, 7 Arcade. | 

Potterfield Clarence A. drugs. 32 Cap- i 
- Itol. 

Presley & Walker {E Presley, W C i 
Walker), saloon, 523 Kanawha. I 

Price Luther L. lime, plaster and ce- j 
ment, 49 Ohio av. 

Price Malcolm R, dentist, 10 P,^ Cap- i 
itol. 

Price Perry M. grocer. 180 Charleston 

Pricf^-Robrris Shoe Co (.John D EYice, 
T A Robe'*ts Jr), 23 Capitol. 

Prichard Armstead M. lawyer.: 
Charleston National Bank bldg. 

Prichard H L. Cashier Charleston Na- 
tional Bank, Charleston Natiofial 
Bank bldg. 

Prichard L, President Charleston Na- 
tional Bank. Charleston National 
Bank bldg. 

Prince. Mahan Sc Keoney (J F and F 
A Prince. W A Mahan. S H Kf-eney 
and A J McCUire). wholesale con- 
fectioners, Summers. 

Prindle W M & Co (W M and J C). 
furniture. 209 Capitol. 



Puckett Warren M, drugs. lOg Capitol. 

Pumey James, physician, 122 1^ Cap- 
itol. 

Quarrier Russell G. lawyer, 11-12 
Kanawha Valley Bank bldg. 

Rand Christopher C, general insur- 
ance. 2 Arcade bldg. 

Ransbury Robert, barber, 609 Capitol. 

Ran Christopher C, barber, 618 Kana- 
wha. 

Ray Charles A, physician, 480 Quar- 
rier. 

Ray Charles H, barber, Young and 
Dryden. 

Ray EvR. dressmaker, 71 3 14 Virginia. 

Reatliorford J Howard, watchmaker, 
173 '2 Charleston. 

Raid E A, Cashier The Kanawha Na- 
tional Bani\, Kanawha cor Virginia. 

Reid Rev W L (ME South). 

Reynolds Rev John C (Christian), 495 
Lee. 

Richardson J Johnson, books and sta- 
tionery, 122 Capitol. 

Riley & Hudson (J C Riley, J F Hud- 
son), livery, 122-124 Court. 

Rizzuto 
ton. 

Roberts 
wha. 

Roberts Thomas J, City Recorder, 
City Hall. 

Robertson Everett 
Kanawha. 

Robertson John H, 
wha. 

Robertson Morgan 
Kanawha. 

Rol)ins Joseph E, 
ginia. 

Robinson Harry E. propr St Albert 
FCotel, 514-520 Kanawha. 

Robinson James M, restaurant, 616 
Kanawha. 

Robison Wra R, rubber stamps, 611 
Kanawlia. 

Rogers .lames A. druggist, 612 Kana- 
wha. 

Roller Rev Robert D (P E), 421 Quar- 
rier. 
Root C Whitall. oculist, 31 Arcade 

l)ldg. 
Rosenheim I A, Wholesale Liquors, 101 

Capitol. 
Rnrh Drug Co. J P Clark pres, E J 
Rorh treas, 1224 Washington. 



John, grocer, 1226 Washing- 
Thomas Jr, saloon, 504 Kana- 



E, lawyer, 
barber, 617 
M, lawyer. 



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physician, 539 Vir- 



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TheWest f irgioia leoeral igeocy, 

Comprising AACHEN & mmtw f IRE liNSllRANCE CO. of Germany: 
AMERICAN INSURANCE CO. of Boston: DlTCrlESS INSURANCE CO. of 
Poughkeepsie, N. Y.: TMC GERMAN EIRE INSURANCE GO. of Pittsburg: 
NATIONAL ASSURANCE CO. of Ireland: ROCHESTER GERMAN INSIRANCE 
CO. of New York: CAMDEN EIRE INSIRANCE ASSOCIATION of Camden, N. J. 



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IM CHARLESTOiN, VV. VA. 

He Is Authority on Charleston Real Estate, If in Want of Coal or Timber Lands, Write Him. 

A. F, WAGNER. L. L. AULIZ. \V. W. HAKT. 

WEST CHARLESTON FEED CO. 

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Screenings, Hay, Straw, Lime, Seeds and Fertilizers. 

A. H. WAGNER, Manager. 

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WROUGHT STEEL 

JOlSTIIANGfRS 

ARE THE BEST. 

P. BIESECK, Allegheny Ave. and Rebecca St. 

ALLEGHENY, PA. 
See adv. In Builders' Iron Work. 



Rcwsey Henry M. grocer, tIS Hans- 
lord. 

Rudesill Colonel E, Mayor. 

Riidesiil (Sc ,Aiead (C E Rudesill, C H 
.Mead), crockery and iiouset'urnish- 
iw^s. 2ti5-2!>7 Kanawha. 

Kiiiiner Bros (Andrew L and Meredith 
P), whol grocers. 814-S1<5 Kanawha. 

Ruffner Joseph, lawyer, 2lI Citizens' 
National Bank bldg. 

Runimei H Delbert, city solicitor, City 
Hall. 

Riunmel Henry, bottler. 114 Summit. 

Ryle Michael J, grocer, 262 Court. 

Sahley Albert, n'. lions. 21S Kanawha. 

Sahley .J i^ M, notions. 230 Kanawha. 

St. Albert Hotel. Harry E Robinson 
propr. 514-520 Kanawha. 

Sam Wing, laundry, 25 Alders^ n. 

Sarterfhwait Richard J, jeweler, 722 
Kanawha. 

Saun.lers James M. saloon, 120 Lovett. 

Savasre P Mount, stone quarry, opp 
C C .^>: S depot. 

Scaggs John E. lumber manufacturer, 
Kanawha National Bank bldg. 

Scherr Arnold C, State Auditor, The 
Capitol. 

Scherr Joseph W. Chief Clerk Audi- 
tors omce. The Capitol. 

Schlechtendal Ernst Von, music teach- 
er First "Presbyterian Church. 

Schoolfield C Clarence, physician, 
21 5 n Capitol. 

Schwab Barbara R, grocer. Virginia 
near Pennsylvania av. 

Schwab Joseph, dry goods, 602 Kana- 
wha. 

Schwab Wilhelm, grocer. 15 Spring. 

Schwabe &• May (Albert Schwabe. 
Solomon May), clothing. 210 Cap- 
itol. 

Scr)tt Bros (Winfield D and George 
\V), drugs, 124 Capitol. 



Sf:>ort John R. hicynl^s, :^33 Quarrier. 
Sell Wm D. Civil and Consulting En- 
gineer. Charleston National Bank 
i)ldg. (See Ipft l}otrom lines and 
card in classified Civil Engineers.) 
Semi-Weekly Mail, CI:arleston Daily 
Mail Publishing Co publishers, 809 
Kanawha. (See adv.) 
Senione Yale, grocer, 209 Sage. 
Shawkey Arthur A. physician, 2114 

Capitol. 
Shawver W F Co Tho. W F Shawver 
pros. C D F:5urdette sec. stoves and 

: tinware. 020 Kanawha. 

' Shirkey David M, clerk Circuit Court, 
Court House. 

' Shirkey Sherman, baker, 223 Ctiarles- 
lon and 710 Virginia. 
Shober W B, President and Manager 
Grand Rapids Furniture Co, 214-216 

! Capitol. 

; Shrewsbury George H, Attorney-at- 

I r.aw, Charleston National Bank 

I bldg. 

I Silman Peter, State Treasurer, The 

! Capitol. 
Silvernnn Harrv, grocer, Court and 
K & M Ry. 

; Silverstein Alex P, hides, pelts and 

I turs, 11 Lovell. 

I Simms A Thomas, pianos. 211 Capitol. 

! Simms, Enslow & Alderson ( H 

I Simms, F 13 Enslow, C M Alder- 

! son), lawyei's. 22-23 Kanawha Val- 

i ley Bank bldg. 

j Simon Yale, grocer. Court and Don- 
nally. 
Simpson Mary J. undertaker, 910 Vir- 
ginia. 
Simpson Peter A, livery. 912 Virginia. 
Singer Mnfg Co, Otto Oswald mngr, 

j sewing machines, TOP) Virginia. 

\ Singleton George, grocer, 114 Lovell. 

I Slack George P, photographer, 612 V2 

j Kanawha. 

: Slotnick ]\lax. dry goods, 111 Clen- 

\ dennui, clothing, 514 Kanawha. 

"' Smith F Arlington, music teacher, 272 

I Donnally. 

; Snodgiass Mrs Virginia A, grocer, 
Court and Welch. 

j Snyder Frank W, printer, 132 Sum- 

! mers. 

i Snyder S M. steamboat agt, ft Sum- 

I mers. 

; Sodaro John, grocer, 525 Kanawha. 

' Solonuui Harry, tailor, 8 Arcade. 



Huntinoton, West VIrolnia, 



Offers superior advantages tor location of 
factories of ever> dfiscriotion. Lowest 
'? froi'iht ratt'S .issiirert by rail and river ship- 
men!; ch8.ip fue! -coal and natural gas; proximity to raw ni.itenal of forests ana mines. Address, for 
parUcular.an,linl<,rma.ion. J^^ HUNTIMQTON L4^D COMPAiNY. 




Grand Rapids Fiirnifyre Go. 

214-216 Capitol Street, CHARLESTON, W. VA. 



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S Carr pres, R G Quarrier sec, 

Kanawha Valley Bank bldg. 
South Side Foundry & Machine 

Works, R B Cassady pres, G T 

Tliayer treas and genl mngr. South 

Sitie below C & O depot. 
Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph 

Co. W T ^Yilliamson Superintend- 
ent. 811 Kanawha. 
Southern Electric Co (R O Couch), 

elect?ic repairing, 225 Virginia. 
Spaniol G Wm. jeweler. 4 Arcade. 
Spaniol John "W, shoemaker, SV2 Sum- 
mers. 
Spilman Robert S. lawyer with Flour- 

nov, Price & Smith, 98 Bradford 

bldg. 
Spradling Sila=! P, grocer, Crescent 

road 1 e Magazine. 
Spring Hill Cemetery, Spring Hill 

north Piedmont road. 
Standard Oil Co, Charies E Brown 

Manager Charleston W Va Branch, 

709-711 Capitol. 
Star Hotel, Dewitt Washburn propr, 

19 Summers. 
Stark E T. saloon, 20S Capitol. 
Stark Fred C, grocer, 915 Quarrier. 
Starks Samuel W, State Librarian, 

The Capitol. 
Staunton Archibald G, physician, 349 

Virginia. 
Staunton 

House. 



E Wm, County Clerk, Court 
F M, city treasurer, City 



Staunton 

Hall. .- 

Staunton James M, physician, 280 
Kanawha. 

Staunton Rachael B, physician, 349 
Virginia, 

Steele Mrs M J, masseuse Dr T L 
Barber Private Sanatorium, 1012 
Virginia. 

Stephenson Charles, barber, 122 
Lovell. 

Stem Dry Goods Co (Gustav Stern, Jo- 
seph Friedman), 105 Capitol. 

Sterrett Bros Dry Goods Co, C F Ster- 
rett pres, J B Sterrett sec, 112-114 
Capitol. 

Stiles Maynard F, lawyer, 41 Citizens' 
National Bank bldg. 

StoHe & Son (Gustavus Stolle), jew- 
elry, 11 Summers. 

Straughan & Laughorn (A M Straug- 
han, H W Laughorn), bicycle re- 
pairs. 1003 Washington. 



J. C. REILLY, Pres. H. P. ttV\S, Vice Pres. 
F. T. LAUI^CIfcR, Secy and Tieas. 

FREEHOLD REAL ESTATE COViPANY, 

334 Fourth Avenue, 

1st Floor Times Bldg., Pittsburg. Pa. 
DIRECTORS: 

J.D.Cailery. M. K, McMullin, J. C. Reniy. L. Viisack, 
Charles Donnelly, W. V, Gallery. D. A. Reed. H.P.Haas. 
Transacts all Kinds of Real Estate. 






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Strow-Patcheil r/achine & Foundry 
Co. D H Patchell President, ^i V/ 
Donnally Vice-President. Ham Mor- 
ris Jr. sec-treas, H S Strow Gen- 
eral Manager, cor Bullitt and Slack. 
(See adv.) 

Stump John L, physician, 119 ^^^ Sum- 
mers. 

Sturgeon James A. real estate, 496 
Piedmont. 

Summers Christopher, police judge, 
City Hall. 

Summers Lewis C, lawyer, oOS^-w Kan- 
awha. 

Swinburn Thomas, agt W Va Humane 
Society, 291 Kanawha. 

Tanners & Dyers Extract Co, H N 
Gitt pres. L A Glaser sec, W P Stine 
mngr, south side Kanawha river, 
14 mile w limits. 

Taylor George O, Manager Hotel Ruff- 
ner. Kanawha cor Hale. 

Teiry Wm O, saloon, 21 Summers. 

Thayer John A. lawyer, 24 Citizens' 
National Baak bldg. 

Thomas Mrs E V, millinery, 19 Cap- 
itol. 

Thomas Frederick S, physician, 30 vl- 
Capitol. 

Thomas John C, lawyer, 302 ^^^ Kana- 
wha. 

Thomas' Private Hospital. Dr F 3 
Thomas, physician in charge, on 
hill e of city. 

Thomas W E, grocer. 17.'> 

Thomas W W, Manager 
pany, 707 1.2 Virginia. 

Thomas Y S. physician, 
;i0V2 Capitol. 

Thompson Rev D L (M E South). r^ 

'ihompson Rev Ernest (Presbyterian). So 
cor Morris and Elwood av. ^ 

Thompson George W, grocer, corf^ 
Young and Welch. -tj 

Th»;mpson Henry L. artist, 33 Arcade?*" 
bldg. 



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Telephone Connection. 



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NatiooaS fVlercantile Exchange Co. 

Scales Agents for Manufacturers and Jobbers Direct to the detail Trade. 

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HOUSTON BROS. CO. 
CLAY PRODUCTS, 

Server Pipe, ChiiJiney Topfs, 
ilruiii Tile, I'liie l^iiiin^. 

32d St. Sl Penna. R. R., PITTSBURG, PA. 

AV'RITE FOR PRICES. 

See adv. in classified Builders' Supplies. 



Thompson James O, Secretary State 
Board of Agriculture, The Capiiol. 

Thornhiii John L, Real Estate and 
Merclu-indise Broker, 211-2 Capitol. 
(See adv.) 

Tiikle Hopper F. physician, 246 Cap- 
itol. 

Todd George, mngr R G Dun & Co, 
21 Citizens' National Bank bldg. 

Tomei Fruit Co (Louis Tomel), 806 
Kanawha. 

Tompkins Wm W, physician, 122% 
Capiiol. 

Topping C L, Proprietor Hotel Wash- 
burn, 120 Capitol. (See adv.) 

Trent Wm H, Dyer and Scourer, 504 
Capitol. ( See adv.; 

Tribune Printing Co. M A Kendall 
President, J M .Mathews Secretary, 
S C Butler Superintendent, Com- 
mercial Printers and Blank Book 
Manufacturers, P3ook Binders and 
Government Printers, 148-150 Sum- 
mers. (See opp page.) 

Triple-State Electric Co. W S Roberts 
sec-tieas, R Davis mngr, 804 Kan- 
awha. 

Turley C J. general store, South Side 
below C & O depot. 

Turley 3.1rs R Alice, grocer, 27 E 
Virginia av. 

U S Engineers Office. Thomas E Jef- 
fries, as.st engr in charge, 28 Kan- 
awha Valley Bank bidg. 

United States Express Co, C A Wick- 
ertshine agt, Citizens' National 
Bank bldg. • 

U S Internal Revenue Office, 3 Fed- 
eral hidg. 

U S Marshal's Office. 3 Federal bldg. 

U S Pension Examiner, 10 Federal 
bldg. 

Vandale Printing Co (Rector W Van- 
dale). 41 :\Ic Far land. 

VanVlcrk P: Ellsworth. <lentist, 103 
Kanawha. 



Vaughan John G, real estate, 181 Dick 

inson. 
V'-nable M W, civil engr, 1221/2 

itol. 



Vickers Lorenzo D, lawyer. 



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zens' National Bank bldg. 

Vickers Wagon Co. J W Vickers supt. 
Court and State. 

Viney John W, grocer, 28 Suraraers. 

Viney Mrs Mattie A, restaurant, 28 
Summers. 

Vulcan Iron Works, Frank Woodman 
President, CJorham D Williams Sec- 
retary-Treasurer, Founders and Ma- 
(diinists and Boiler Works. Colum- 
bia av and Virginia W Charleston. 

Wagner Albert H, Manager West 
Charleston Feed Co, 120-122 Charles- 
ton. 

Wagner-Palmros Mfg Co The, E A 
Wiiley Manager, ;Mining [Machinery, 
903 Kanawha. (See adv. in Fair- 
mont.) 

Walker G S, hotel, 503 Kanawha. 

Walker Philip G, Attorn .y-at-Law, 
coal and timber lands, Kanawha 
National Bank bldg. 

Walker & Porter (John Walker, 
Washington Porter), moving vans, 
Lee 1 e Capitol. 

Ward Engineering Works, Charles 
Ward propr. South Side near C & 
O freight depot. 

Warne H Rus, architect, Bradford 
bldg. 

Warner George T, blaclcsmith, 172 
Charleston. 

Washington Insurance Cj. Steele A 
Hawkins & Son Agents, 27 V^ Cap- 
itol. (See right bottonx lines/) 

Washington Robert F, restaurant, 808 
Kanawha. 

Waters J Talman, Attorney-at-Law, 
27-28 Citizens' National Bank bidg. 

Weaver Rev Eugene (M E), 232 Big- 
ley av. 

Webb Benjamin H, Attorney-at-Law 
and Notary, 30i/o Capitol. 

Wieland Charles, President Charleston 
Brewing Co. 

Wertheim Jacob L, clothing, 31 Cap- 
itol. 

Wertheimer Henry :m, clothing, 25-27 
Capitol. 

Wertz V\'m W, city sergeant. City Kali. 

West Charles E. beer bottler. Brooks 
cor Smith. 






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Wheeling, W. Va. 

Has the reputari'^n of he'msr the 
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W'ost r>iaTU--i-o^T Co. O S Cnnrh r:)rf^^, 
J D Baines sec-treas, 808 Virginia. 

West Charleston Feed Co (A F Wag- 
ner, L L Aiiltz and W W Hart). A 
H Wagner Manager. 120-122 Charles- 
ton. (See adv.) 

West Charleston Plumbing Co (C C 
Ort, Thomas W^hite and W M Lin- 
dle), Charleston and Virginia av. 

West Virginia Coal & Iron Co, T J 
Carmack mngr, 21-2 Capitol. 

West Virginia General Agency The, 
Lohmeyer <fe Go^shorn (Wm Loli- 
meyer, E J Goshorn), Fire Insur- 
ance! 723 Kanawha. (See adv.) 

West Virginia Heating & Plumbing 
Co, J R Shanklin pres and genl 
mngr, Clark Howell sec-treas. 215 
Capitol. 

West \'irginia School Journal, T C 
Miller editor, The Capitol. 

West Virginia State Library, Samuel 
W Starks "librarian, Capitol bldg. 

W^estern Union Telegraph Co, J W^ 
Crider mngr, 813 Kanawha, 

Wheeler, HoldPD & Co, C G Miller 
agent, railroad ties, Burlew Opera 
House blk. 

White Hon Albert B. Governor of the 
State of West Virginia, The Capitol. 

White Isaac M. upholsterer, 13 Loveii. 

White Jaraes W, chief fire dept. City 
Hall. 

White John Baker, lawyer. Custom 
House place opp P O. 

White Monteville, restaurant, 625 Kan- 
awha. 

Whitehurst & Son (W H and H S), 
feed, 23 Alderson. 

Wholesale Fruit Co, G H Corey Pres- 
ident. S Mikel Secretary, 725 Kan- 
awha. (See adv.) 

Wilclier James, sewer contr, 71 Lovell. 

Wilcox John F, physician, 710^-^ Vir- 
ginia. 



EDGAR i.iOORE&CO. 

New. STEtL RAILS. Relayinfj. 

Wrought Iron, StceJ, Cast Iron P?pe. 

AGENTS CHAPMAX GATE VALVE.S. 

Cold Rolled Shafting. 

All lilindfl of Iron and Steel Casting^s. 

FARMERS B.4NKBUILDINQ, 

PITTSBURGH. 

Williams Rev H J (Presbyterian), 103 
-Morris, 

Williamson Wm T, Superintendent 
Southern Bell Telephone & Tele- 
graph Co, 811 Kanawha. 

Willis John H. grocer, 338 Morris. 

Wills H B, Photographer, 320 Quar- 
rier. (See left side lines and adv.) 

Wilson E Willis, lawyer, 711^/^ Vir- 
ginia. 

WTison James C, grocer, 137 Charles- 
ton. 

Wilton W J, Granite and Marble Mon- 
uments, 15 Jacob. (See adv.) 

Winston James, restaurant, 12 Sum- 
mers. 

Wise B A «& Co, B A W^ise sec-treas 
installment goods, 51 Summers 

Withrow A F.& Co (A F Withrow, 
J C Jones, J A Kinsey, R L With- 
row)^ genl contrs, cor Quarrier and 
Hale. 

W^olf John C, tinner, 519 Kanawha 

Wood-Gebhart Plumbing Co (C T 
W^ood, Charles H Gebhart), 919 
Quarrier, 

Woodford Mrs S A. dressmaker, l'>5 
Court. 

W^oods Gibby, saloon, 526 Kanawha. 

Wright Emmett F, photographer, 113 
Loveii. 

Wright Ren L, restaurant, C & O 
depot. 

W^right & Field Co, Albert M Salvers 
mngr, dry goods, 319 Clendennin. 

Young Bros (David M and Alban), 
proprs American Steam Laundry, 17 
Summers.. 

Young Harry H, physician, 215 1/^ Cap- 
itol. 

Young John J. meat market, 1014 
Quarrier. 

Young J M & Son (J Mathias Youna), 
carriage and wagon makers. 55 
Court. 

Young Peter, general store. 226 Kan- 

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930-932 PENN AVENUE, 
PITTSBURG, PA. 

CHARLES TOV/N. 



e/o -52: uj An incorporated town' of 3,<i00 in- 
habitants, located on tiie B & O R R 
S\ c3 and N & W Ry, in Jeiierson countj', oi 
/J^ ^ wlricii It is tne county seat," lu nmes 
^J , from Jriurper s f>rry, GG from W'asn- 
/! \ ^ iugton, iMj i'roni Baltimore, and oOU. 
f|J '^ from Vv'aeehng. Ine town was lata 
^^ ^^out by Charles Washington, brotner 
®'** C of General Washington, m ITSG, and 
wsms ^ is located in one of the most beaiitl- 

a^ fill and fertile sections of. the' State. 
^ The town has gas and electric light 
a^ plants and water works. The social, 
'"'^ religious and educational advantages 
rare of the best. The Powhatan Col- 
Q lege for girls and young, ladies, and 
^ the John Stephenson Female Seminary 
are located here. It has churcnes of 
>-' Baptist, Catholic, Episcopal, .Metho- 
'r^ dist and Presbyterian d'^nominatjons. 
^ The busmess interests include 3 
B:^ "banks, 3 hotels, one of which is only 
r^ open in the summer months. 5 build- 
^^ ing associations. 3 newspapers, Farm- 
>-• ers' Advocate, Spirit of Jefferson and 
Oi Virginia Free Press; bridge works. 
Oi planing mill, sash and blind factory, 
W foundry, machine shops, grain ele- 
CQ vators, a hour mill, carriage works, 
, barrel factory, bra^-s and iron works, 
pT^ harness and fly net factory, etc. The 
t(nvn's contiguity to raw materials 
(75 and also to the Eastern markets make 
<J it a favorable location for manutac- 
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'-r< Albin Abner O, physici;'n. 

r^ Alexander W Fontaine, County Clerk 

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Alfriend Rev Jolin S, (P E). 
Allder Walter B, saloon. 



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Allen Algernon S, agt B & O R R and 
U. S Exp Co. 

Allei; Bessie W, rnilliner. , 

Anderson George 1\ carpenter. ;- 

Armentrout George, brick mason.. , 

Bal::r Bertha, music teacher (violin). 

Ba'-:er Mrs T .A[. t-acher pipe orgaiiy 
Fowl atan College. , , . : 

Baker, Thomas .^1. teacher orchestra 
and band instrjments Pov/hatan 
College and leader: Charlesv Town 
.C'ornet Band. .- ... 

Baker ic \\'ooddv' (Harry Baker. Arch 
AVooddy). brick masons. 

Bane Garrett & Co (Garrett and S E 
Bane), grocers. . . : * 

Bane James, thresher. 

Bane Zeph. poultry breeder, 3 miles 
west. ■ ,.- • 

Bank of Charles Town (capital $.50.^ 
000), Isaac H Strider (Leetown W 
Va) pres, George A Porterlleld 
cashier. .. . . - 

Blill Rev B F (M E South). 

Baltimore & Ohio R R, Algernon S 
Allen, agt. • . ■ 

Batjs Helen, teacher. -• .. .- 

Bayior C E, justice. 

P>.;ard Charles N, books. . ........ 

Bell Wm, cattle dealer. > .,■..'-. 

Beiler Bettie, teacher. - 

Bcltzhoover George M, Jr. lawyer.- ~ - 

Biilniyer J D, sheriff, P O Shepherds- 
town. . 

Blessing Baura M, dressmaker. 

Bodmer Francis, watchmaker. ■ • 

BolingLon Marion E. agent N • & W 
Ry and Southern Exp Co. 

Bowling Thomas C, mngr Jefferson 
Milling Co. - ^ 

Bro(iks Peter, grocer. ' ' ; 

Brown A W & Co (Adam W Brown. 
Robert B Trussell, Hiram A Car- 
roil), proprs Carter House. 

Brown Bros (Gustave D and Theo- 
dore A), bakers. 

Brown Charles \V; jeweler. ' 

Brown rnrres., W, lawyer. 

Brown S Howeli. surveyor.' ' 

Brown <t Hooff (J \Vm Brown, Fon- 
taine B Hooffi. drugs. 

Brown «t Snnths(m (Wm T Brown. 
Rumsey C Smithson), cigars and 
confectionery. 

Bull Skin Stock Farm, Marshall 
Burns proprietor. 

Burk Mrs B, Proprietor Powhatan 
Hotel. 

EiNTiRUERS, STATIONERS 
AND IMPORTERS. 

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JUSTICE OF THE PEACE A^D NOTARY PUBLIC, * 

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Agent for Mutual ivcuerit Life lut^umnce Co. of Newark, X J. -z 

Treasurer of tlie ."r^iifety liuikling aiul Luau Asf^ociation. 

Also writes Fire Insurance in- Keiiabie Companies and attends to 

Collections |)romptly. 

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Biirk John, clothier. 

Burns John C, agr implts. 2^/2 m north. 

Burns Aiarnhall, propr Bull IS kin Stock 
Farm. 

Burns Wm, deputy sheriff. 

Burns & SUugert (J Edw;ird Burns, 
Charles T Shugeri), dry goods. 

Bushoug Frank L, lawyer. 

Butler Frank G, general store. 

ByingtoD Frank, physician, .3 m north. 

Campbell ^irs C iS', teacher. 

Campbell .Rev C N (.Presbyterian) 
principal Stephenson Female Sem- 
inary. 

Campbell Charles X, stenographer. 

Campbell Laura W, tedchtT StepheTi- 
son Female Seminary. 

Campbell Mary, teacher. 

Campbell Wm, insurance. 

Carter House, A W Brown & Co pro- 
prietors. - 

Chamblin Thomas E, saloon. 

Charles Town Brick & Tile Co, 
Thomas C Green proprietor. 

Charles Town Building Association, 
S S Dalgarn pres, S Vv' Washington 
sec. 

CHiarles Town Cornet Band, Thomas 
M Baker leader. 

Charles Town Gas & Water Co (capi- 
tal $13,750), Joseph Trapnell pres, 
E E Cooke treas. 

Charles Town Ljght & Power Co 
(capital $.j0,00o), B D Gibson pres. 
Tlionias R IMeore sec. 

Cliarles Town Water l<.. Manufactur- 
ing Co, R Preston Ciiew pres, Wm 
O Xorris sec. 

Chew Col R Preston, pres Charles 
town Water & Mufg Co. 



Chew & Xorris (R Preston Chew, 

Wm O Xorris), real estate. 
Citizens Bank of Charles Town (capi- 
tal 55-'o.oo>.'). Levi :,I i'orter pres, H 
C Getzeadauner cashier. 

Cotfman Jaco!) W, i.ard\vare. 

Coleman Charles X, hardware. 

Conrad Charles W, deputy sheriff, 4 

miles s. 
I Cooke & Phillips (Harry H Cooke, 

David A Phillips), hardware. 
I (.'raiguill Miss L, teacher. 
: Cunningham Ruth, teacher piano, 
I Powhatan College. 
I Dailey J L & Son, undertakers and 
; furniture. ■ 

: Dalgarn Stephen S, general store. 
; Daniel John M. clerk Circuit Court. 
I Darlington O X, plumber. 
i Davis & Emert (Pliiiip D Davis, John 
! A Emert), painters. 
I Dearing J "A, general store. 
: Denny Wright, principal of schools. 

Diehl Bros (Louis, Louis A and 
George E), marble works, 
i Dixon John J, blacksmith. 
; Donnelly Daniel G, county assessor. 

Dooley Bros (B Frank and Harvey 
G), tinsmiths. 

Dumm Henry, baker, 
i Easterday John S, saloon. 

Easterday tsc Co i, Joseph H and Wm 
, P Easterday), stoves. 

Eby Clarence D, grocer. 

Edge Hill Cemetery Co, Wright Denny 
pres. 

Elliott John G. meats. 
. Eagle Daisey, teacher. 
, Engie Jacob F, lawyer. 
j Engle Jesse A. county supt of schools, 
I P O Bakertown. 
j Engle Mrs Susan, dairy, IV2 ra w. 






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Manufacturers of 

Wooden Tanksjowers and Vats, 

3II5-3II9 LIBERTY AVENUE, 

PITTSBURG, PA. 

Lona Distance Phone 373Flsk 

Kiigle & Ri^sler (Jacob F Engle. Rob- 
ert C Rissler), proprs Farmers' Ad- 
vocate. 

Ennis Thomas C, barber. 

Farmers' Advocate, Engle &. Rissler 
proprs. 

Farmers & MerchaTits Deposit Co 
(capital $50.0UO), S L Williams pres. 
S Lee Phillips cashier, John \V 
Locke asst cashier. 

Faulkner E Boyd, Judge Circuit 
Court, r" O Alartinsbiirg W Va. 

Ferrari O & Bro, fruit and confec- 
tionery. 

Fidelity Building & Loan Assn. C N 
Coleman pres, Thomas R ]Moore 
sec. 

Finney L C, Ph B. teacher physical 
science Powhatan College. 

Fo'vvell Barbara, teacher. 

Gaiiaher C Frank, Fire and Life In- 
surance. Real Estate. Justice of the 
Peace, Xotarv Public. (See adv.) 

Gaiiaher N W, administrator Vir- 
:^m\'d Free Press. 

Gardner J \Vm. county *assessor, P O 
Shepherdstown. 

Garney Mrs James. dr<^ssmaker, 

Getzendanner Louis D, Postmaster 
and Hardware. 

Gibson Braxtcm D, lawyer. 

Goetz Adam D, harness mnfr. 

Gold Laura \V, teacher. 

Golladay & Conrad (O Bird Golladay. 
Charles E Conrad >, barbers. 

('n)re W'm L mason. 

Gravatt Rt Rev \V L (P E), Bishop 
ddocese of -VV Va. 

Groon Thomas C. propr Cnarles I'own 
P.rick &. Tile Co and lawyer. 

Grimm A M, apiarist. 

Haines George W, propr Spirit of Jef 
forson. 

Hatton J H, teacher Latin and Greek 
Pov.'hatan College. 



j Hatton Mrs Stewart P, teacher biol- 
' cgy Powhatan College. 
I Hatton Stewart P, President Pow- 
hatan College. 
' Hendricks James K, county surveyor, 
i P O Molers. 

Hilbert John S. blacksmith. 
': Hines Arlington C, B E, teacher of 

oratory Powhatan Callege. 
I Holmes Julius C, architect and mngr 
C B Rouss Memorial Hall. 

Hopkins Rev Abner C (Presbyterian.) 
; Hopkins \Vm. market gardener. 
; Hoover S L, mngr United Telephone 
j Co. 

j Hough C Mason, blacksmith. 
j Howe Mamie, teacher. 
! Hughes Daniel S. general store. 

Hurjihes Georue E. general store. 
; Hunt Joseph T, livery. 
j Jefferson Building & Loan Associa- 
! tion. D S Hughes pres. 
i Jefferson Cooperage Co, W A Higgs 
! mngr. 

j Jefferson County Mutual Fire Insur- 
I ance Co (organized 187S). I H Stri- 
i der pres. John A Washington sec. 
i Jefferson County Provident Building 
i Association. D S Hughes pres, S J 
j C Moore sec. 

I Jefferson Milling Co. Andrew Bowling 
i pres. Thomas C Bowling mngr, 
! flour mill. 

, Jefi'erson Permanent Building Associa- 
j tion, Steijhen S Dalgarn pres, Henry 
i H Cooke sec. 
I Johnson Wm W, painter. 
I Jones & Joliffe (Howard M Jones 
I Townsend S Joliffe), dry goods. 
\ Kahn Wm, clothing. 
j Keerl Robert D. grain dealer. 
j Kelly Martin & Co, tea and coffee. 
i Kyle John W, mngr W U Tel Co and 
I Winchester Telephone Co. 
I Ivandis Seymour, general store. 
! Light Gv'orge T, drugs and notary.. 
I Littleton James T, blacksmith. 

Lloyd & Clip[) (W W Lloyd. J A 
I CiippL general store. 
; Long & Rfed (L M Long. Wm E 
] Reed), feed and grain elevator. 
i Lucas Daniel B, lawyer. 

Luke John L, dentist. 

McCormick H H. lawyer. 
; McCoru>r Agnes K, vocal teacher 
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AiiDuaaid 6c Beckwuh (, Angus W Mc- 
Donald, Frank Bockwith), lawyers. : 
McDonough John, painter. i 

McGlone George A, lawyer. | 

MacNemar Beiilah, teacher. i 

Mariow George M, sand dealer. | 

.Marvil Sidney A, jeweler and optician. I 
Matron James M, lawyer. I 

Mason Janies M Jr, prosecuting at- 1 
torney. \ 

Mathena Jacob A R, sergeant. \ 

.Merchant I N & Bro (Isaac N and; 

\Vm S), condition powders. 
Merchant Isaac X. produce. 
Merchant Wm S, grocer. 
Milbourne Rev L R (Baptist.) 
Miller J M, physician. 
Miller J Wm (of Winchester Va), C 

E Posial nmgr, hardware. 
Miller R Elise, teacher Latin and his- 
tory Powhatan College. 
Miller Wm H, saloon. 
Miley Bros (Charles E and Joseph 

M), coal. 
Mitchell Henry, plasterer. 
Moore Charles H, hay presser, 1% 

miles e. 
Moore Cleon, lawyer. 



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Powhatan Brass and Iron Works. 
Victor A Harder pres, John B Bra- 
zier general mngr. 

Powhatan College for Young Women, 
Stewart P Hatton President. 

Powhatan Hotel, Mrs B Burk Pro- 
\ prietress. 

i Price J Erwin. music director Pow- 
' hatan College. 
! Racket Store Co, general store. 
; Ramey T A, dentist. 

Ranson James ]M. dentist. 

Reiley James W, cattle dealer, 2 
! miles s. 

{ Reiniuger Charles E, merchant tailor. 
! Riddle Kate, artist. 

Rissler Charles, undertaker. 
j Rissler Samiiel, county commissioner. 
I 4 miles s e. 
] Ritenour David E, billiards. 
[ Robinson Irene, teacher piano Pow- 
' hatan College. 

j Roderick Benjamin W, general store. 
i Ronemus E PYank, grocer. 
\ Ronemus Harry L. bazaar. 
' Rouss C B Memorial Hall, Julius C 
I Holmes mngr. 
: Russell John W, stoves. 
1 Rust Thomas W, feather renovator. 

Safety Building <& Loan Association. 
! Samuel C Young pres, C Frank Gal- 
i laher sec. 

! Schulte A J, carriage maker. 
\ Sechrist Charles E. apiarist, 3 miles n. 
' Shanandale Mineral Springs, H C 
i Getzendanner propr, 6 miles s e. 
I Sheetz Edith, dressmaker. 
; Shipman Charles H, insurance. 
■ Shugert Resin D, harness maker. 
\ Sibert E C, Proprietor The Palm 
I House. 

; Slifer Luther T. veterinary surgeon, 
' Smith Charles T, barber. 
' Smith Cruger W, capitalist. 
Smithson Rumsey. bicycle repairer. 

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sioner, P O Halltown, 
Moore & Moore (Thomas R and S J 

C), insurance 
Moy W L. laundry. 
Murray Rev Washington (Methodist.) 
Myers Thomas J, grocer, 
Myers Wm E. livery. 
Neill Wm, physician. 
Neill Wm & Co (Wm Neill), drugs. 
Noland Nettie F, milliner. 
Norfolk & Westerfi Ry, Marion E 

Bolington agt. 
Osl'ourn Horace C, grocer. 
Os bourn J F. photographer. 
Osburn Lawrence A, harness maker. 
Ott Bros (Frank K and Samuel M), 

shoes. 
Pag'^ Littleton L, celery grower. 
Palm House The, E C Sibert propr. 
Palmbaum & Bro (Meyer and 

G*}orge). dry goods. 
Pentz J L, g-^neral store. 
Phillips Wm & Son (Robert and 

Oscar M), planing mill, 
Pitrman J J^ phvsician and drugs. 
Posial C E. mngr J Wm Miller. 
Powell Harry, second hand store. 



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Snyder N T. county commissioner. 

Sonneborn Leon, clothing. 

Southern Express Co, Marion E Bo- 

lin2:ton agr. 
Speer Wm O, prin Powhatan College. 
Spongier Walter A, ticket ggt B & O 

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Spirit of Jefferson, George W Haines 

propr. 
Sfanrlard Oil Co. },Iih-y Bros agis. 
Sf^anley W 'M. vereriuary surgeon. 
Starry Lewis P, livery and carriage 

maker. 
Stephenson Female S<^minary. Rev C 

X Campbell principal. 
Stonesifer Charier X, livery. 
Stonesifer ,^' Son KTr^nville T and 

Charles X"), cattle dealers. 
Striokler Sarah ^X. teacher of art 

Powhatan C'^lleg.^. 
Sirider Isaac H. pre^ Rank of Charle"^ 

Town and pres County Court, P O 

Leetown. 
Strider Isaac N, pres county commis- 
sioners. 
Strider & Ramev fXicholas S J Stri- 
dor, Daniel W Raraey). furniture 

and undertakers. 
Tavlor Clarence W. painter. 
Taylor Richard H, dravman. 
Theodore Max. clothins:. 
Thomas Carrie F. milliner. 
Thomas George W, saloon. 
Tbom.as Jam.es A. saloon. 
Tliomas Jamos W. restaurant. 
Thomnson James IT, barber. 
Tomlinson Orra. teacher. 
Tomlinson Thomas W. dentist. 
Traunell Joseph, lawyer. 
Tryman Jamp.s, barber. 
Turner George H, flour mill, 2V2 

miles f!. 
United States Express Co, Algernon 

S Allen agt. 



Uriifed Telephone Co. S L Lloo\er 

mngr. 
Venning Richard F, phvsician. 
Virginia Free Press, X W Gallahor 

administrator. 
Walker Wm IT, restaurant. 
Wall Chai-les F, live stock. 
Wall. Jenkins &- Shipman Grain and 

Feed Co (C F Walk Jenkins & Co 

and Walter H Shipman.) 
Walters Jospph. bicycle repairer, 
Washington B C, grain. 
Washington Georqe. Mayor. 
Washington Samuel W. lawyer. 
^\'ashins:ton & Alexander (John A 

Washington. Richard V»" Alexander), 

insurance. 
Wators Wm. H. florist. 
Wnt-on F'ovd. dairv. 2 miles e. 
Watson Osc^r T^, general store, 
^"at^on ^y B. dentist. 
-^Votf^^rs .John D. hif^ycles. 
\\rf,]-)^.|-pT, ^;y J;)p]^^ii, m.^at market. 
Weirick R chert J, flou.r mill. 4 miles s. 
W'^leli Eli/a, dressmaker. 
Wei'«^r J Frank, foundrv. 
Wellor M Scott, machinist. 
We-^tf^rn Union Telegraph Co, John 

■^^' I\vie mngr. 
Win? Kpv c R (Baptist). 
Wile on Early L, grocer. 
WHson Maude, teacher commercial 

■hr'*n'''h'^s Pnvv'hatan Collec;e. 
W'^rbesrer Telephone Co, John W. 

Tvvle mngr. 
WiT>der Cornelia, teacher. 
Vv^^olley Harry S. marble works. 
Wvnkoop Adrian G, insurance and no- 
tary. 
Young X'annie, teacher. 
Young Samuel C, meats. 
Yudkoff Abraham, tailor. 



CHARLOTTE. 

I Ponulatiou. 100. A village in Mo- 
' nouL^alia count--.", 5 mi^es nr^rthwe^t of 
; Morgnntown, the countv seat- banking 
1 and shipping point. INTail daily. 

T..emlev C R. general store. 



CHEAT BRIDGE. 

A villas-e in Randolnli county. 1^2 

miles south of Elkins. the county seat, 

'>.5 from Bevorlv, the banking noint. 

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Cntinor Harvey F, overseer West Vir- 
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CHELYAN. 

T'o{)ulatif)n, 400. On the Kanawha 
river and C & O Ry, in Kanawha 
county, .">^2 miles southeast of Charles- 
ron. the county seat and banking 
|W:|nt. Telephone connection. Mail 
liaily. Frank Hall, postmaster. 

Bran n on & Lavender, saloon. 

C'alv«n-t Frank, flour mill. . 

Carter L E, carpenter. 

L'.-kins E PI. general store and r r agt. 

isirlrv Rov R F (M E.) 

(Iri^'nvood Flarry. saloon. 

Hall Mrs R J, Genera! Store. 

Lily d- .James,- insurance. 

Little John, general store. 

Porter A. carpenter. 

Rho:!(ls (Teor2:e W, general store. 

Willis Rev Samuel T (Free Baptist). 



Funkhouser N E, general store. 

Hull W b; grocer. 

Johnson M M. general store. 

KernB R R, contractor. 

McCordell L' F. r r and express agt. 

Manford Heleji, hotel. 

Miller W A, telephone agent. 

Thompson Samuel, justice. 

Tice M H. grocer. 



CHERRY. 

A postoffice on the Little Kanawha 
rivor, in Wirt county, 7 miles south- 
<-ast of Elizabeth, the county seat and 
Nanking point. Ship via Little Ka- 
nawha river from Palestine to Cha- 
Jhaia landing:. 4 miles distant. Tele- 
\)hoT\(- connection. Mail daily. : Wil- 
fii!r W Cheatham postmaster and gen- 
'•ral store. 



CHESAPEAKE. 

A station on the LTuntingtcn branch "^^^^^^^ 

of the C & Ry, in Kanawha conn- mssemaa 

i ty, 23 miles from Charleston. tssBs^ 

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Population, 2,10r). An incorporated ^^^ 

town, formerly known as Morcs-r, rn J^^^^ 

: the Ohio river and the P C C & St feas^ai 

L Ry, in Hancock county. 12 milps mmwh^ 

^ from. New Cumberland, the county fT'^S 

seat, and 1 from East Liverpool. O., U ^*^ 

: on the opnosite side of the river ip^jEg— tob 

Ha3 Methodist. Catholic, Presbyterian '%^^^^ 

and United Presbyterian churches, a ss^jEsan ia 
j bank and a newspaper, The Citizen 

Telephone connection. Exp 

W C Johnston postmaster. 



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CHERRY RUN. 

Population. l-'O. A , village on the 
rotciuac river and on the B & O and 
W M R Rs, in Morgan county, 15 
mi:r-s ea.>t of Berkeley . Springs, the 
county s^ai. and 13 from Miirtins- 
burs;. the nearest banking point. 
Ti^U'phone connection. Exp. Adams 
and U S. Tek W U. W E Butts 
pvtFtmaster. - ■ • ; 

Andt^rson J C, shoemaker. 

Butts VV E, Lumber Dealer and Gen- 

rrai Store. 
Crnn^ c L. blacksmith.. 
t'upH Robert, restaurant. "' 

In tsaven & Hudson, general store. ". 
Fj'•'■^^ Jacob, grist mill. 
Fs.-.h(.ne O W, dentist., . .' , 



American Tin Plate Co. 

Arner G A. grocer. . 

Arner & Bower, livery. 

C-impbell C R. physician. 

Chester Citizen. 
; Donehoo W S P. physician. 
! Dornan Mrs Elmer, music teacher. 
I Faulk Bros Co. 
I Finley Bros, lumber. 

Finley J N. contractor. 
■ First National Bank. 

Johnston W C, Justice and Notary. 

Knowles E M Co. 
\ Lewis G E, physician, 

Lewis & Co. grocers. 
, McCutcheon L C, druggist. 

Push A G. justice. 
j Skeen W R, drusr^ast. 
j Taylor, Smith & Taylor Co. 



CHESTERVILLE. . 

I Population, 20. In Wood county. ^ 
[ 3I/2 miles from Creels, on the L K O 
I R R, its shipping point, and 11 south- >^ 
\ east of Parker--;burg, the county seat ^ 
; ani banking point. Mail, daily. J D .^ 
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i Koontz Henry, book agent. 
: Morgan D A, carpenter. 
I Morgan E F, general store. 
j Morgan H E, Jive stock. 
j. M(;rgan W A, justice. 
: Steel A B, Notary Public. 
: Steel Friend, live stock. 



Cirkland John, teamster. 
Harper J D, General Store. 
Rector E L, blacksmith. 
Rector G L, flour mill. 



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CHESTNUT. 

A country postofflce in Mason coun- 
ty, 12 miies east oi Point Pleasant, 
the county seat and banking point, 
and 4 from Leiart. its shipping point. 
M^il, tri-weekly. .T G Schwarz post- 
master and general store. 



CHESTNUT HILL. 

A station on the Ohio River branch 
of the B & O R R. in Marshall coun- 
ty, 16 miles south of Wheeling. 



CHIEFTON. 

Population, 3.JU. A postoffice on the 
B & O R R. in Marion county, 10 
miles from Fairmont, the county seat 
and banking point. Telephone con- 
nection. Exp, U S. Tel, W U. J O 
Watson .Jr postmaster. 

Bartlett G T, general store. 
Fairmont Coal Co. 
Falconer H S, physician, 
liinnerman C E, exp and tel agent. 
Kenney M J, miusic teacher. 



CHILD. 

A station on the Davis branch of 
the W Va C & P Ry. in Tucker coun- 
ty, 3 miles east of Thomas. 






CHILDS. 

A country postofhce in Wetzel coun- 
ty, 10 miles southeast of New Mar- 
tinsville, the county seat, banking and 
shipping point. Mail, tri-weekly. Al- 
fred B Steel postmaster. 

Hawkins John L, carpenter and black- 
smith. 



CHILTON. 

Population, 1,000. On the Kanawha & 
Coal River Ry, and on Davis creek, in 
Kanawha county, 10 miles south of 
Charleston, the county seat and bank- 
ing point. Telephone connection. Exp, 
Adams. Tel, W U. R R name is 
Black Bend. L C Massey postmaster. 

Blackraan A C, lumber. 

Clendenin N C, butcher. 

Cul)hs Edward, carpenter. 

Dunlap Peter C, general store. 

Farley & Boirasky. saloon. 

Harrison John W, teamster. 

Johnson Ernest, tel agent, 

Kanawha & Coal River Coal Co. 

Marly Rev H W. 

Massey L C, Notary and Business 

xManager Kanawha &. Coal River 

Coal Co. 
Pauley C L, general store and justice. 
Pettry H H. physician. 
PhiUips John, general manager K & 

C R C Co. 
Price John C. electrician. 
Settle A L, exp and r r agent. 
Snod grass H W, blacksmith, 
Tompkins Thomas S, physician. 
West S H, constable. 
Wilson Miss Parthena. teacher. 



CHRISTIAN. 

A country postoffice in Logan coun- 
ty, 19 miles south of Logan, the county 
seat and banking point. Mail, daily. 

Christian G T. general store. 
Fitch Rev B W (M E South). 



CHURCHVILLE. 

Population, 90. A postoffice in Lewis 
county. 9H miles northwest of Wes- 
ton, the county seat, banking and 
shipping point. It has a flour and 
saw mill and Baptist, United Brethren 
and Methodist Protestant churches. 
Telephone connection. Mail, daily. A 
W Priest postmaster. 
Bond E L, dentist. 



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Farniors iMorcha.nt Co. gonpral store. 

Fleoiitu XI V.', jjituiOjgi'apijor. 

Gum A F & Co, livery, hotel, flour and 

saw mill. 
Keister A N, blacksmith. 
McKinley & Harkins. general store. 
Puffen])arser Bros, builders. 
Romine J B, hotel. 
Snyder T A «& Co, general store. 



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CICERONE. 

Population. 70. In Roane county 
20 miles southwest or Spencer, the \ 
county seat and banking point, and \ 
32 northeast of Charleston, the ship- j 
ping point. G W Mitchell postmaster. 

Bolin J, physician. 

Harper G S, general store and live 
stock. 

Harper W M, photographer. 

Tfarper Wm. blacksmith. 

Hunt R A, notary and surveyor. 

Hunt W M. justice. 

Lowe Samuel, livery. 

Mitchell G W & Son, General Store 
and Lumber. 

Mitchell Mrs M S. milliner. 

Mitchell Mamie E, music teacher. 

Mitchell & Edwards, flour and saw 
mills. 

Moffatt .James, mason. 

Moffatt John, mason. 

Parsons R M, blacksmith and wagon 
maker. 

Presley J H. general store. 

Price J P. live stock. 

Shaffer John, produce. 

Summers Robert, constable. 

Taylor G W. engineer. 

Taylor J L, book agent. 

Taylor W P, notary. 

Walton, Cicerone & Sissonville Tele- 
phone Co, H E Mitchell sec. 



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FROM OCEAN TO OCEAN. 

Connecting at Vancouver with 
the famous Royal Mail Line 
of Twin Screw Steamers for 

JAPAN, CHINA, AND THE PHILIPPINES. 
And the Canadian-Australian 
Royal Mail Steamships for 

AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND. 
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inlerestingcountries mailed free on application. 

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Cook Bros, carpenters. 
Dove &, Bennett, flour mill. 
Jordan L H, physician. 
Kline D E. blacksmith. 
Lambert E A, General Store. 
Lambert G R. shoemaker. 
Mangy O J, general store. 
Miilleaux S W. justice. 
Smith I C. lumber manufacturer. 
Teter O Z, general store. 
Vandevender C T, justice. 
Warner E A, hotel. 



CIRTSVILLE. 

Population. 150. I)i Raleigh county, 
10 miles northwest of Beckley, the 
county seat, and 8 from Macdonald, 
the shipping point. Mail, daily. M L 
Williams postmaster. 



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Hunter J W, physician. 

Jennings & Ellis, railroad contrs and 

general store. 
IVlaynor J H, general store. 
CIRC LEVI LLE. Maynor J W\ notary and justice. 

Population, 150. Formerly known j Spangler J B. grist mill, 
as Mt Freedom, a villa-^::? in Pendle- | Tvne R E, grist mill. 
ton county. 13 miles we.^t of Franklin, | vyilliams ML, General Store. 

the county seat and banking point, j 

and 26 from Harman. its shipping j CISKO. 

point, rs on the north fork of the ! a country postoffice in Ritchie coun- 
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Bennett M T, carpenter. 
Calhoun A F, jeweler. 
Circleville Mills, saw mill. 



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ping point. Cairo is the banking town. 
Mail, daily. 

Nutter U S, general store. 



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Swisher J H. general store. 
Enoch S J, general store. 



CLAREMONT. 

Population, fiOO. A. mining town on 
ti'.e C <fe O Ry. in Fayette county. 8 

miies south of f'ayetteville. the coun- 
ty seat. Alderson is the banking 
point. Telephone connection. Exp, 
Adams, Tel, W U. 

Alaska Co5>i & Coke Co. general store. 
Btechwood Coal & Coke Co, general 
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CLARENCE. 

Population, .'0. A yillage in Roane 
cornty. lu miles southwest ol; Spen- 
cer, the county seat, banking and 
shinjny:^? point. ^'. ail, semi-weekly, 
Wm Ro?ad postmaster. 

Ball E S. iustice. 

Beard J C, wagon maker. 

Board Lii':eh, blacksmith. 

Braham E AI. notary. 

Harlers P S. barber. 

Hinzman L D. trader. 

Kelly Rev W L (MP). 

Kinder Rev J M {11 E). 

McConghey Vv''m. sau^ mill. 

McWilliams J W, music teacher and 

carpenter. 
Mathews V B. general store. 
Reed A, stone mason. 
Reynolds Filmore. saw mill. 
Sleeth Levv-is, teacher. 
Steinbeck L O. timber. 
Waiters C C, teacher. 
Whited J C. Farmer and Shipper of 

Live Stock. 
Whited & McCrady, grist mill. 



CLARIA. 

A postoffice in Calhoun county. 10 
miles southwest of Grants viHe, the 
county seat and banking point, and IS 



east of Spencer, the nearest shipping 
point. ^lail, daily. T J Starcher post- 
master. 

Gunn A E. general store. 
Starcher T J, general store. 



CLARINGTON. 

A station on the Ohio River divi- 
sion of the B & O R R, in Marshall 
county, 27 miles south of Wheeling. 



CLARKSBURG. 

Population 12.500. The county seat 
of Harrison county, has a picturesque 
location on the west fork of the Mo- 
nongahela river, and rests upon fer- 
tile soil beneath 'which is a large and 
{jv-^ area of col-cin.g. s^as and steam 
coal. \\'ith geographical location in 
its favor, the advantages of an un- 
I'mited supply of coal, oil, .gas and 
timber, nlentv of energetic business 
men and railroads to all points, 
Ciarksburii- is to-day on^ of thp fore- 
most .growing towns of the Mountain 
State, and all indications point to its 
] ccomin.g one of the leadins: manufac- 
turing towns of the state. Settle- 
raents were established in the neigh- 
lM)rhood of the present sit^^ of Clarks- 
1-urg as early as 1772. The county 
of Harrison was established in 1784, 
and Clarksburg was selected as the 
county seat. Clarksburg was named 
after General Georixe Roarers Clark, 
and was probablv known bv that name 
about the vear 1778. The first great 
imnetus given to the town was in 
1S5G, \vhen the railroad, now known 
as the B & O was constructed. Since 
than it has grown, and within the 
last few years ta\'on the rank of a 
city. Clarksburg is the gatew^ay to 
the famous hardwood ar^a of ^V^est 
Virginia, and is reached bv rail in all 
dlr'-^ction^, bv the main lino of the R 
8z. O, and its brancho'. — one line run- 
ning north to FairnT^nt, one south to 
Weston, to Camd'm-on-Gau.lev, with 
;>nothpr brnnch from nofir M.'eston to 
P.ucl:hannon. and the short line re- 
cently compb^'^d botwer'n Clarksbtirg 
and Xpw Martinsville, to connect 
there with the Ohio River branch. 
On the branch rf)ad to Fairmont, %'X 
m^l'^s distant, there ar-> about 30 coal 
mining industries. West of Clarks- 



STILES BROS. 

505 Juliani* St., Parkersburg, VV, Va. 



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Remodeled and all new and modern hospital fm^niture and appliances 
just abided, (1903). Best facilities for all kinds of surgery. Different 
departments for surgery, typhoid fever, alcoholic and general diseases. 
Have just added the ])est Static; p]leetrical ^^hichine, X-Ray and Ozone 
outtit, Hot Air Bath outfit, making this one of the most thoroughly 
equipped institutions in the United States. A modern building, on 
spacious grounds. Cheerful and homelike in all its surroundings. 

Resident Physicians, Trained Nurses, 

Ambulance Service. 



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Frick Building, Pittsburg, Pa. 
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burg, on the main line of the B & O 
are the oil developments. With the' 
oil, gas is found in great quantities. : 
and IS utilized for fuel and lighting 
purposes in the private residences , 
and the mercantile and manufactur- ' 
ing enterpr2>os in the eitv. Qh ac- 
count of the inexhaustible mineral re- ■ 
sources that surround the citv and 
their cheapness Clarksburg's pre-em- ; 
ineiice as a suitable location for ex- ' 
tensive manufactories is recognized i 
and appreciated. Harrison countv i 
ranks first among 55 counties of the 
State. The county comprises 204.258 ' 
acn s of land, having a value of over 
$5,(i.ifM((),i. and a population of over 
io.i;uu. The county raises more horses • 
and more cattle than any countv in 
tne State, also the value in farm prod- '• 
ucts is greatly in excess of the other ' 
counties. The Pittsburg coal seam I 
extends underneatli almost the entire \ 
area of the county, cropping out on • 
I-recipitous sides of the hills in veins j 
of s'-ven to nine feet and six inches \ 
in thickness. The discovery of large i 
pools of oil in Harrison countv dates \ 
from a more recent time than "the be- ' 
ginning of the coal mining industrv. i 
It has only been within the last fe-,v 
years that the oil development has 
I)een ext^'usive. and it is hard to im- 
agine the possibilities that abound 
hru-e, Real estate values, like every, 
thing eb-e. have k.-pt pace with the 
growth of the city, and citv and su- 
burban properties are in steadv and '■■ 
increasing demand. Grasselli Chemi- ; 
cal Company, employing: about 1,200 * 
men. is located almut 2Vo miles from ' 
ClarksDursr on an extension of the B ' 
&■ O R R. also reached by electric 
cars from the city. A new stone jail ' 
has lately been erectt^d at a cost of ; 



v^OO.uOO. and is one of the handsom- 
est and most substantial in the State. 
Clarksburg has 3 wholesale grocery 
houses, a wholesale drv goods and 
notions house, wholesale boot and shoe 
liouse. a wholesale hardware house. 4 
glass factories. 4 brick manufactories, 
a large tinplate and sheet metal con- 
cern, employing -ii»0 men. several flour 
mills, one with a capacity of 2' hi bar- 
rels per day. a grain elevator with a 
capacity of 80.000 bushels, 8 artificial 
ice plants. 2 bottling works, several 
large machine shops, planing mills, 
oil well supply factories, candv fac- 
tory, wagon manufactories, etc.. etc. 
Has 7 substantial banks. 9 churches, 
4 excellent school buildin.gs. 2 busi- 
ness colleges. 1 ckqssical a^id scien- 
tific institute, 1 Catholic convent. 2 
daily and 4 weekly newspapers. 2 hos- 
pitals, 2 telephone exchanges, a street 
car line, natural and artificial gas, 
electric light, water works, an $85,000 
county court house, a $lt')0.000 U. S. 
cotirt house and postoffice. $125,000 
hotel and opera house, a new 7-story 
hotel. 20 passenger trains daily, is the 
gateway to the New South and the 
home of progressive, prosperous and 
peacealde people. Tel. W U. Exp, 
U S and Adams. Sherman C Denham 
postmaster. 

Acme Book Store, A S Law* manager, 
212 W Main. 

Adams Express Co, .Joseph M Johns- 
ton, agent, 120 S 4th. 

Adams James R, Sec The Monticello 
Brick Co and Eureka Loan & Build- 
ing Co, also Commissioner of Ac- 
counts, Office in Court House. 
Room 4. 

Adler Philip, propr Baltimore Cloth- 
ing House, 300 W Main. 

Alexander Mrs Anna, dressmaker. 353 
Lee, 

Alexander John I, Secretary and Treas- 
urer Glen Elk Brick Co. 

Alexander. West & Co (John I Alex- 
ander. Orlandtis West, W Frank 
Stout), real estate and insurance, 
30 Lowndes bldu'. 

Alexander & Alexander (Wm F 
Charles B), General Insurance. 
W Main. 

Alien John B, Vice-Pres Glen Elk 
Brick Co. 



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Dealers in Oil, Gas, IVlineral, Timber 

lands, Farms in VV. Virginia and 

J Ohio. . PARKERSBIRO, VV. VA. 



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plant for the manutacfure of Brick in the State. Orders solicited. 

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C'oiuiiM t«><t on tlie System of'liie IHiI^mI .suites Sfciet S<«ivi€e. 

co^.^^hli'ti')^ v'r?J,Ai '•'Sin Offices. Keystone Building. Fourth i»e., Pittsbiirg, Pa. 
CiUesui United States aad Canada, Telephones: Beli lQ2o Court, i*,6iA. 1383 Main, 



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FOR ESTl^IATF.S ON 

ALL KINDS OF IRON WORK. 

[See adv. in classified Builders' Iron Work.] 

ALLEGEENY AVE. and REBECCA STREET, 

ALLEGHENY, PA. 



Andrews Win R, physician, 514 W 
Pike. 



WEIST VIRGINIA GAZETTEEP. CLA 

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^ BIr.rh Jacob, tailor, 320 W Main. 

BoA.uess .^rthur B, assi. postmaster. 

BoAsei^s E Stringer, wliol lumber, 38S 
\V Main. 

Bogs^ess Pare M, grocer, 30.5 W Pike. 

Bond Clarence L. ins agent, 11.5 i.ang 
av. 

Brr;ng E S, propr Hotel Savov. 339 
Lee. 

Bowcock James M, pbysic'an. 41.5 vV 
Main. 

Bowen Anthony, real estate, 314 W 
Main. 

Bower Wm I, propr Central Commer- 
cial College. 



Arbutlmot Rev Samuel K (M E), 161 I gowver Robert P, barber, 353 Monti- 
W Pike. 






Armstrong Aaron J, boys' principal 
Broa(idus Classical &, Scientific In- 
stitute. 

Arxi.3irong, Crislip, Day & Co, John 
A Crislip pres, Frank Armstrong 
sec, wliol grocers, Baltimore cor N 
4th. - 

Atiaeson Cora M, instructor in the- 
ology Broaddus Classical and Scien- 
tific Institute. 

Aumiller Daniel B, restaurant, 125 S 
4th. 

Baker Xaiman. clotlimg, 355 W Main. 

Baltimore Clothing House, Philip Ad- 
ier propr, 30(j W Main 



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Boyle James, general store and saloon, 
Sv cam ore cor Bnltimore. 

Bradioid Michael M, carpenter, 312 
N Gth. 

Brady A P, Treasurer Brady Construc- 
tion Co. 

Brady A S, Vice President Brady Con- 
struction Co. 

Brady Construction Co. S D Brady 
Pres, A S Brady Vice Pr^s, L K 
Piciiards Sec and :vlngr. A P Brady 
TrPHs. General Contractors and 
Tiuilders, Elk Bridge Bldg. (See 
right bottom lines and page 25.) 



Barnett Robert R, general store, 404 | ^'^^^^^ . Samuel D, Assistant Topo- 






E Pike 
Bartiett Meigs J, physician, TOG S 3d 



grapher W Va Geological Survey, 
Elg Bridge bldg. 




Barti-tt Miiiard'p. meats. 120 S 3d ^ ^^^^'^''^''V' -"^^^'^ -^ ^- P^opr St Charles 

Hotel. 352 W Main. 



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Bassell John, lawyer, 3 Merchants 

Bank bldg. 
Bassell Stephen, county commis- 
sioner. Court House. 
Batten Ellas A, propr Clarksburg 

Roofing Co. 
Batten ^ A & Co (John A Batten), 

rnoters. lO.s W Pike. 
Beach Edqar D (The Citizens Steam 

Laundry'). loG \V Pikf. 
F'oard Emma N, dressmaker, 224 W 

Main. 
Bell H H, propr Citizens Pres>'!ng Co 



Brent Wra, broker, 223 S 3d. 

Bright J Lawrence, Secretary West 

Virginia Mine Supply Co. 
Britt Du<lley D, civil engineer, 223 W 

Main. 
Briit .t Co (D D and Svdnev Britt), 

brokers. 223 W Main. 
Broaddus Classical <^' Scientinc Insti- 

tuto. Samuel E Swartz principal. 
Brooke Frank D. nhotographer, 306 

X 4t,h. 
Brown Beoson H. real estate. 350 W 

Main. 



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Bell Picturo Frame Co of Columbus. , Brown :\fack, restaurant. 40r. N 4t]i. 

Ohio, Wm D Elwood a^-^.^nt. 3(H E Br\an Tr-mp!o J, contractor, 333 

Pike. Clark. 

Reuchler J R. bakery. 31.') W Pike. Bufk Miclin'^I. sr.lr.on. 22S E Pike. 

Birtwell Daniel T. idiysician, 18 Byrd Wm T. grocer. 33G E Pike. 

Lowndes bldg. Byrne Mrs Clara, nurse. 429 E Pike. 

Black M Etta, millinery. 2o!» W Main. Cahili .\dr-iino .saloon, Sycamore near 
Blan.l Frank G, druus. Fordyeo bldg. B .v O R R. 

DOUBLEDAY-HILL ELECTRIC CO. 

Manufac turers &. Oealtrs pje^(;>||^jcal SuppIieS.-_M_S.81RG.Ji. 



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615 Market St., Parkersburg, W. Va. 

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DEPOSITORY OF THE STATE OF WEST VIRGINIA. 

Capital and Surplus, $130,000. CLARKSBURG, W.VA, 



JOHN KOBLEGARD, President. 



HUGH JARVIS, Cashier. 



P. M, ROBIi>S0N, Trust Officer. 

TFaving ample capital, wealthy stockholJers, strong banking con- 
sif^ctinn.-s, capable and accoriimodatiiig ofliciaLs, The Peoples iiankinu 
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KOUSTON BROS. CO. 

SPECIALTIES, 

Wall Ties, Wall Plugs, Keene's Ce- 
ment, flooring Papers, Metal Lath. 

32d Street & Pcnna. R. R., Pittsburg, Pa. 

WRITE FOR PRTCES. 

See adv. in classified Builders' Supplies. 



Cahill SrepheD. restaurant, Sycamore 

near B & O R R. 
Callaghan Hugh, supt Clarksburg 

Water Works. 
Camp Wm P, city assessor. 
Can I.arry. restaurant. 309 Water. 
Carder Georae A, shoemaker, 108 E 

Elk. 
Carter Rev J M ^M E). 
Central Commercial College, Wm I 

Bower propr Traders' Annex. 
Central Develcpment Co, F C Dever- 

icks Pres. E B Hardesty Sec. F 
. Leslie Haagerty Treas. Operators 

and Dealers in Oil, Gas. Coal. Tim- 
ber and Lumber, 15-16 Elk Bridge 

Bldg. (See back cover and adv.) 
Central District & Printing Telegraph 

Co, E J Thompson m.ngr, 405 W 

Main. 
Central Employment Co, F Leslie 

Haggertv mngr, lo-lG Elk Bridge 

Bldg. 
Chidester James J, barber, 659 W 

Pike. 
Chiles John S , broker, 71-73 JacobL 

bldg. 
Citizens Pakery, Robertson & Clark 

proprs, 409 N 4th. 
Citizens Pressing Co. H H Bell propr, 

359 W Main. 
Citizers Steam Laundry The (E D 

f^each and I) P SUirdevant). 106 W 

Pike. { See adv. ) 
Ciark J A; Vice Pras West Virginia 

Mine Supply Co. 
Clarksburg Bottling Works, C M Gay- 

l«.rd pros, A Fred Wagner genl 

rnniiT. 321 F^altimore. 
C!a!i>burg Brick Works (J M Coff- 

man \V C McKeehan.) 
Clarksburg Buikling & Loan Associa- 
tion, John Knbel^ard pres. James T 

Drudy sec, lt»9 S 3d. 



Clarksburg Cash & Credit Co (H 

Cohen, N S Ginsburg), dry goods, 

427 Clark. 
Ciai-ksburg Daily & Weekly News 

Publishing Co, James W Robinson 

editor, 314 N 4th. 
Clarksburg Feed & Livery Co, James 

E Williams Proprietor, 129 S 2d. 

(See adv.) 
Clarksburg Electric Light Co, Nathan 

Goff pres, R T Lowndes sec and 

treas, Leonard Peck supt, 224 S 2d. 
Clarksburg Fish and Oyster Market, 

Samuel E Boyer, propr, 407 N 5th. 
Clarksburg Fuel Co of Fairmont, L L 

Malone genl mngx, J O Brooks supt, 

116 S 4th. 
Clarksburg Gas Co. Nathan Goff pres, 

224 S 2d. 
Clarksburg High Grade Shale Brick 

Co, Dr Fleming Howell pres, W B 

Maxwell sec. East End near Old B 

& O depot. 
Clarksburg Ice & Storage Co, W W 

Jamieson pres, S A Lewis vice pres, 

C L Hickman sec and treas, 116 

S 3d. 
Clarksburg Industrial Co, Anthony 

Bowen mngr, real estate, 9 Hornor 

bUlg. 
Clarksburg Junk Co (Henry and Louis 

Cohen), 207 W Pike. 
Clarksburg Planing Mill Co, Alexan- 
der Dull' pres, R T Lowndes sec and 

treas, James Rt^nshaw, mngr, W 

Pike near Main. 
Clarksburg Plaster Co (Enoch C Tet- 

rick, James Bowen. James H 

Moore), Hard Wall Plaster Mnfrs, 60 

Jacobs bldg. (See right bottom lines 

and adv.) 
Clarksl)urg 'Pressing Co (George 

Mitchell. Henry Helnze), dyers and 

scourers, J 11 N 3d. 
Clark'sburg Produce Co. Pare M Bog- 

gess propr, 226 W Pike. 

Clarksburg Rocfing Co, K A Batten 

propr. 353 W Main. 
Clarksburg Saddle & Harness Co. E D 

RoynoM.s Manager, 4u5 W Main. 

Clarksburg Steam Laundry, Heironi- 
mus & Abbott proprs, 412 N 4th. 

Clarksburg Stogie Co (Roy Alexander. 
Frank Core. M .M Shuttleworth). 
stogie mnfrs. 218 Water. 



Engravhig by All Processes, Printinq of Every Description, 

Ravvstlioroe Engraving & Printing Company, 

ARROTT BUILDING, NO. 3 BARKER PLACE, PITTSBURG, PA. 



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PRINCIPAL OFFICE, ELK BRIDGE BLOG. 

Operators and Dealers io Oil, Gas, ||^' 

COAL, Tir%1BER Ai^D LUfilBER. 

OFFICERS. 

f . C. DEVERICKS. Pres. r. M. ROBINSON, Vicc-Pres. 
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Satisfaction Guaranteed. Home Phone 378. 

CITIZENS' STEAM LAUINDRY. 

I06 V\est Pike Street. 

BEACH & STUeOEVANT, PROPRIETORS. 

WE GIVE OUT OF TOWN WORK OUR SPECIAL 

ATTENTION. 

CLAR KSBURG, W. VA. 

Glarkstiyrg Feed and Livery Go. 

JAMES E. WILLIAMS, Propr. 

RIGS OE EVERY DESCRIPTION. WE CATER 
TO THE TRADE OE THE TRAVELING PLBLIC. 

Feed Sold at Wholesale and Retail. 

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PITTSBURG, PA. 

Clarksburg Supply Co, Leonard Peck 
pi-es, Ai.hby Moiirce, sec and mngr, 
plumbers and plumbers' supplies, 
410 N 4th. 

Clarksburg Tailoring Co, Harry R 
Smith propr, 227 W Main. 

Clarksburg Telegram, Clarksburg Tel- 
egram <-. o Pubilsheis, \V C Morrison 
Editor, \Vm Geppert Jr Associate 
Editor, 11.5 S 8d. (See adv.) 

Clarksburg Telegram Co, Haymond 
Maxwell President, V L Highland 
Secretary and Treasurer. John B 
Smith Business Manager, 115 S Zd. 
(See adv.) 

Clarksburg Transfer Co, J H Irving 
inagr, uvery and transier, 211 \V 
Pike. 

Clarksburg Wine & Liquor Co (An- 
thony and Carl Shift'), Wholesale 
Wines and Liquors, 213 S 3d. 

Clay John H. snoemaker. 

Clemm • Wm T B, House and Sign 
Painter, Decorating and Paper 
Hanging, 2u7 ;W Pike. (See adv.) 

Clifiord-Osborne Undertaking Co, 
John H Clifford pres, W G Usborne 
sec-treas, '6b~i W Main. 

Coft'ey Mrs Ann, grocer, E Pike near 
city limits. 

Coif man John W, real estate, 321 W 
iMain. 

Coffman & McKeehan, proprs Clarks- 
burg Brick Works, Clay near Main. 

Cole Wm L, hardware, 424 X 4th. 

Collins Co The (of Pennsboro W V'a), 
W W Hamrick mngr, lumber, 414 
N 5th. 

Connell James J, saloon, 312 W Pike. 

Cooke Rev Thrmas W (Christian.) 

Cost <S: Hoi den (Peyton R Cost. Ed- 
\sard W Hoiden,», hardware, 315 \V 

. Main. 

Cottrell & Hopkins (John I Cottrell, 
Charles \V Hopkins j, real estate, 51 
Jacobs bldg. 



Cotcrill Bros Co The (J W Cottrill, H 
G Post, E L Cottrill), mantels and 
grates, 130 S 2d. 

Coulson John, grocer, North View. 

County Mail Book Store, Camden 
Sommers Propr. Stationery, Print- 
ing, Engraving, Embossing and 
Book Binding, 317 W Main. (See 
adv.) 

County Mail Publishing Co, Camden 
Sommers propr. 319 W Main. 

Criie Lafayette C, Mayor and Attor- 
ney-at-Law, rooms 9-10 Goff Bldg. 
(See adv.) 

Criss Robert J, drugs, 230 W Pike. 

Crew Raymond L] instructor Broad- 
dus' Classical and Scientific Insti- 
tute. 

Cunningham Bros (Martin G and Alex- 
ander F), shoes, lis S 3d. 

Currence Lilburn P, jeweler, 334 W 
Pike. 

Cut right C B & Co (C B Cutright and 
W 1' Suiton), insurance and real 
estate. Elk Bridge bldg. 

Cutright C B Lumber Co, C B Cut- 
right mngr. IClk Bridge bldg. 

Dangerfield Charles, barber, rear 347 
\V Pike. 

David James N, justice of peace and 
commissioner of accounts, rm o 
Court House. 

Davidson David, clothing, 324 W Main. 

Davis Benjamin F, contractor and 
builder, Jacobs bldg. 

Davis E R & Co (Edward R Davis, 
Wm A \^ance), hardware, 310 W 
Main. 

Davis & Davis (John J and John W 
Davis), lawyers, 314 W Main. 

Davis & Willis (Edgar W Davis, W 
Hermann Willis), saloon, 417 Balti- 
more. 

Dawson W E. l>arl.er. 304 W Pike. 

Deison Edward B, cashier Empire Na- 
tional Bank of Clarksburg, 403 W 
Main. 

Deison House. H ^^T Heavner prop, 302 
W Pike. 

Delbridge F E, mngr Western Union 
Tolearaph Co. 

DeMoss C E & Co (Clarence E De 
Moss), photographers, 338 W Main. 

Denham Sherman C, Postmaster. 

Despard Burton ?vf. real estate and oil 
operator, 451 W Main. 




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Siivervvare, Clocks, Optical Goods, Etc. 

Optical Examination Free* 

Watch and Jewelry Repairing, Fine Engraving. 
We have the finest Store and Carry the Laroest Stock in Harrison County. 

C. K. ROTIiSTEilN & CO., 

JEWELERS, OPTiCIANS, 

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CONTRACTORS BOOKS AND BLANKS. 

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COUNTY AND MUNICiPAL FORMS. 

BANKERS SUPPLIES. 

SUMWER RESORT FOLDERS. ETC. 

PLAIN ANJ ILLUMiNaTEO CAlEN3ARS. 

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SEALS. 

EASTMAJI KODAKS. 

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CABINETS. CARD INDEXES. 

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■^ W Lfiiirai DeveiopnituL Co. 

£fi Doage vosepn W, Painter and Decor- 
^ ii^ari at;.r, Deaier in Fame duppiies. Glass 
W aud Picture Moulding. Also Real 

(See aav.j 

Collection Agency, John E 
_„. Uonian jianager, Coiiyction by iSuiL 
>^ f8 or teettlement. i.See adv.) 

Douglass Kt-Uben JS, lawyer, 24 Lovvn- 
_ dY\s bldg. 

Z Douti Airs Anuie, restaurant, 425 
Baltimore. 
Dowman J II, local mngr We^t Vir- 
ginia Heating and Plumbing Co, 114 
Zb 4tli. 
Jf Doyle Edward, supt of streets, 212 
^ Court. 
■HB ^ Duffy & Xellis (John Duffy, George A 

JXeilisj. saloon and restaurant, 346 
^ W Main. 
I ^ Duncan George L, President West 

I i Virginia Bank, Cashier R T Lown- 

I^Oi .J 'lea & Co Savings Bank. 

^ Edinger Ignatius, steamship ticket 

fY agent, 425 Baltimore. 

!" Edwards Richard L, supt Metropolitan 

^ Life Ins Co, 2u8 W Main. 

^ Egan Charles A, notions, 124 S 3d. 

"■El!i'.-it Commercial School, G C Finly 

Cf) mngr. 117 S ;Jd. 

fy Elliott Luther \V, baker, 175 Elliott, 

^ Elphant Abram, clothing. 405 N 5th. 

UJ Eiwood \Vm D, agent Bell Picture 

V Frame Co,, 304 E Pike. 

■f^ Empire National Bank of Clarksburg, 

QJ V L High hind Pres. E B Deison, 

< Cashier, 403 \V Main. (See adv.) 
« Erie City Iron Works, Wm B Osborn 
CL State Sales Agt.Mir^ Steam Engines 
and Boilers. (See right bottom 
lines and adv.) 
Eureka Building and Loan Associa- 
tion, P M Long. Pres, .J R A<lams 
Sec, J I Alexander, Treas, Fiasement 
Court House. 



Eureka Plumbing Co (A S Gould, 

Charles M Johnson). 4o9 N 5ih. 
Evans Mrs B R, propr The Fair, 334 

W Main. 
Evnitz & Cohen (Wm Evnitz, Joseph 

Cohen), proprs Glol)e Clothing 

House, 22G W Pike. 
Fair The, Mrs B R Evans propr, no- 
tions, 334 W Main. 
Faris Samuel S, pres County Court, 

P O Bridgeport. 
F^airmont Brewing Co, B F Fitzpat- 

rick local mngr, 521 Clark. 
Farland Richai-d A. mngr Traders 

Grand Opera House. 
Farmakis & Greavas <Jchn P Farma- 

kis, C Greavas). confectioners, 330 

W Pike. 
Farmers" Bank The. A J Fletcher 

pres. Charles W Furbee cashier, 

Irwin bldg. 
Feeley Charles D, laundry, 110 N 3d. 
Feltner D H, wagon maker, 315 Hewes 
Fidelity "Mutual Life Ins Co, Allen L 

Hawse general agent. Goff l)lk. 
Finly G C, mngr Elliott Commercial 

School. 117 S 3d. 
Fittro Ernest L, barber, Sycamore 

cor. Baltimore. 
Fitzpatrick Benjamin F, saloon, 423 

BaltinKjre. 
Fleming .John A, sheriff', Court House. 
Fletcher Alexander J, dry goods, 209 

W Main. 
Fletcher Wm A, osteopath, 219 Me- 
chanic. 
Florentine The, H L Frum propr, 178 

W Pike. 
Flowers <fe Flowers (A O and E N 

Flowers), physicians. 331 W Main. 
\ Flynn John E, tailor. 330 \V Pike. 
' Ford C L & Co, Charles L Ford. 

manager, tailors. 223 \V Main. 
Fordyce All>ei't G, wagon maker, rr 

Fordyce bldg. 
Frailey Bros ( Wm R and Mark M), 

men's furnishing. Waldo Hotel bldg. 
Freeland .fasper .1, srrocer. 1»)9 E Pike. 
Frost U & Co (M Frost), liquors, 109 

N 3d. 
Frum H Lee. propr The Florentine. 

178 W PiUe. 
Gandy .lohu P, meats. 318 W Main. 
Garrett L W. manager Clarksburg 

Fuel Co.'s Store. 
Ga\iu,han .\nthony. restaurant and sa- 
loon. 341-3 13 W Pike. 
1 Gaughan Frank, saloon, 752 W Pike. 



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Pumps, Mose and Belting, 

Waste, Oils, Files, Pulleys, Shafting. 

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Mail Orders Given Special Attention. Phone connection, Store and Residence. If you "§ » ^ 

are lookincr for Real Estate, write or call. 2. zz * ' * 

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We manufacture a tir-t <;uality Sliale I^rick, ( wire cut and machine 
made,) .specially adaf-ted to Ikuidini^ and I'avini^ pnrj)nses. A trial or- 
der will fully satisfy the trade of uur ability to serve tiie demand. 

Telephones, Home 117 and 123. K ^ 0"^^ 

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Geppert Wm Jr, Associate Editor 
Clarksburg- Telegram. 

Giehl Henrv E. tailor. 214 \V Main. 

Gilbert Frederick W mngr Swift & 
Co, S 3(i cor High. 

GillThoraas F. saloon, 122 N Depot. 

Gladden. Glfner & Alexander (Andrev^- 
P Gladden. John E Offner. .J H Alex- 
ander), architects and builders. 
416V> N 4th. 

Glancy Patrick J. grocer and saloon, 
4th cor Pike. 

Glen Elk Brick Co, Wm A Wilkinson 
Pres. John B Allen Vice-Pres. John 
I Alexander Sec and Treas, Mnfrs. 
Building and Paving Brick, 3d st. 
Xorth End. (See adv.) 
, Glen Elk Drug Co. Fred M Grant 
manager, drucgists. 5th cor Clark. 

Glen Elk Hotel. Glen Elk Hotel Co 
proprs Baltimore cor 5th. 

Glen Elk News Depot. George R Jack- 
son propr, 404 N 5th. 

Glen Elk Produce .Co. C D Weidon- 
hamer propr, 414 N 4th. 

Glen Elk Restaurant (Owen Kraft, W 
F Ran). Baltimore opp B & O depot. 

Globe Clothing House. E%Tiitz & 
Cohen proprs, 22G W Pike. 

Golf Nathan, judge U 3 Circuit Court, 
' 451 \V Main. 

Goff W Perc3% physician, 451 W Main. 

Gordon Samuel W. justice and notary. 
113 N 3d. 

Gore Claude V/, Attorney-at-Law, 
Loans Negotiated. Rooms 3 and 4 
Despard Bldg. (See adv.) 

f^ore Howard M. real estate 130 S 3d. 

Grass dli Chemical Co The. of Cleve- 
land, Ohio, R Ziesing manasrer. 314 
W Main. 

Grav Mrs Nora, dressmaker, 309 N 
5th. 

Gravson Marshall W, :rrocer, 115 W 
Pike. 



; (>rayson IMary J, hair goods, 113 \V 
I Pike. 

Green J Boyd, 7C8 W Pike. 
Gregg John, physician. Br(^ad Oaks. 
Gregory John P, shoemaker. Elk cor 
Piive. 
, Gregorv Mrs ^l A. dressmaker, 104 F, 
Elk. 
GrifUn Benjamin F, grocer, 130 T/ 
Pike. 
: Griffin John T, general store, 778 W 
; Pike. 

Griffith \Ym F. saloon, 31G Pike. 
, Grimskv Meyer, shoemaker. 111 N 3d. 
; Grove Daniel L. drugs. Pike cor 3d. 
Groves Robert E. manager Mountain 

State Gas Co. 
Gusman <^ Saph (Joseph J Gusman. 
Edwin H Saph>. meats. r,oi w Pike. 
G'l.ss Sherman H, notary, 317 Sum- 
' ner. 

Hacgerty F. Leslie, Treas Central De- 
: velopment Co, ^^lanager Central Em- 
ployment Agency. 
' Halev Mrs Homer, dressmaker, C33 W 

Pike. 
: Hall Abram B, dentist. lOG S Cd. 

Havtprman Charles W, phvsician, 223 
i S 3d. 

: Ham rick Wm W, manager The Col- 
lins Co. 
' Hanewinkel Bernard H, tailor, 334 W 
i^Jain. 
H^f-d-^sty Erien B, Sec and Director 

Central Development Co. 
Hardman Samuel M, oculist, Fordyce 
bldg. 
; Harm<^r Harvev W. lawver, 218 Court. 
, Harold Coal & Coke Co. B W McClure 

manac-er, 405 W Main, 
i Harrison County Henld The, N F 
Kendall mngr. 207 W Tifain. 
Hfirn'son Counts Hospital, Dr E F 
I \V'"'hnrr supt, W ?*Techanic n^ar 4th. 
' Harrison Taney, lawver. 321 W Main. 
; Hart Brcthcf-s Machine Co, J B Hart 
• Pros. C ^r Hart Sec and Treas. 
Founders and Tslachinlsts. Engines 
and Boilers. Saw r^Iill Machinery 
and Supplies. W Pikp. (See adv.) 
I Hnrt Candv Co. .Tohn P Hart pres, 
' Josenh F Hart mngr, whol confec- 
i tionors. 217 W Main. 
; Hart Charles M, Sec and Treas Hart 
\ Brothers Machin'^ Co. 
i Hart John B, Pres Hart Brothers Ma- 
! chine Co. 



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MANUFACTURER OF ALL KINDS OF 

Light and Heavy Vehicles. 
REPAIR WORK PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 

il6 West Pike Street. 
CLARKSBURG, W. VA. . 



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Clarksburg, West Vircfinia. 

"" GEORGE W. MILiNES, ~ 

Civil and Mlining Engineer. 

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Hart Joseph F, mngr Plart Produoe 
Co and Hart Candy Co, 217 W Alain. 

Hart Produce Co, John P Hart pres. 
Joseph F Hart, mngr, 217 W Main. 

Hawse Allen L. general agent Fidel- 
ity Mutual Life Ins Co, rm 11 Goff 
bldg. 

Hay man &- Coston (Newell J Hay- 
man. Isaac J Coston j, grocers, 210 
W Main. 

Haynes Robert A. physician, 4't.5 W 
Main, 

Hazel-Atlas Glass Co. G G Oliver supt. 
Sycamore and B & O R R. 

Heavner H M, propr Deison House. 

Heironiraus & Abbott (T W Heironi- 
nuis. M L Abbott), proprs Clarks- 
bur.e; Steam I^aundry. 412 N 4th. 

Henag'han Thomas A. saloon, 333 
Pike. 

Henderson John S, Photographer, 
Traders Annex. (See adv.) 

Hermanns Rev Leopold (R-C). 

Hickman Annie, drossmaker, lOG 
Elk. 

Hickman Cliarles L, architect, 314 W 
Main. 

Hickman .John R, saloon, 33.5 W Pike. 

Hickman & Parent (James M Hick- 
man, ,Iohn M Parent). proprs 
Walker House, 2i'S W Pike. 

Hi,2,!^ins Samuel C, crrocf'r. 779 W Pike 

Highland Virgil L, Pres Empire Na- 
tional Bank. 4'>3 W Main. 

Hildebrand Beile, grocer, G7G Mul- 
berry. 

Hill Win H. dentist. 2:.". S 3d. 

Himes Ada C. grocer. 140 E Pike. 

Hoffhelmer George M. Attorney-at- 
Law. 15 Lowndes Bldg. 

Hoffmeister & Quigley 'Alexander 
Hoffmeister, Noah T Quigley). res- 
taurant. 407 N 5th. 

Hoiden Charles P. county clerk. 

Holden WiLson P, dry goods, 229 S 3d. 



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Holmboe & Laffertv (Ernest C S 

Hoimboe, Robert C Lafferty), archi- 
tects, Fordyce bld.u. 
Holt George M, dentist, 7G3 W Pike. 
HoniA Furnishing Co. Lucius Hoge 

pres, H L CamT)bell sec and treas. 

furniture. 343 W :\Iain. 
Hood Thomas M, pliysician. 405 W 

Main. 
Hoopes Arthur, genl mngr Lukens 

Coal Co, 405 W Main. 
Hoi) Lee, laundry, 412 W Main. 
Hopkins Jonatbau O, shoemaker, 714 

\V PiKe. 
Hornor Charles A, real estate and 

pres Hornor-Gaylord Co. 4 Hornor 

bldg. 
Hornf)r. Davis & Bassell (Carl li and 

Paul S Hornor, J Hornor Davis. Guy 

M Rass-'ll), civil engineers, 17-19 

Hornor bldg. 
Hornor-Gaylord Co. C A Hornor pres, 

F C Gaylord mngr. whol grocers. 
Hoster L Brewing Co of Columbus O, 

H R Ward mngr. 42G N 5th 
Hotel Gardiner, Mrs G W Gardiner 

propr, 168 W Main. 
Hotel Savoy, E S Boring propr, 339 

Lee. 
Hotel Waldo. G A Keeler propr, 4th 

cor Pike. 
Houston Hubert T, lawyer, 116 S 4th. 
Howe John, chief of police. 214 Court. 
Howell Calvin P, contractor, 326 S 2d. 
Howell Flemin.g. physician. 
Hursev Wilbur E. harness maker, 322 

W Pike. 
Indopendent Telephone Co, John Stew- 

iirt mngr. 132 S 3d. 
Industrial Window Glass Co, C E 

Prid,e pres, C A Wiley sec, Hugh 

Jarvis treas, H E DeVaughn mngr, 

Industrial Addition. 
.Jackson G^^orge R, propr Glen Elk 

News Depot, 404 N 5th. 
Jackson Homer E. Carriage and 

V.'agon Works, 116 Pike. (See adv.) 
Jacobs Daniel \V, real estate, 57 Jacobs 

bldg. 
James-Shepherd Co The, (E W James 

and E D Shepherd), Booksellers. 

Stationers, Engravers and Printers. 

P'icture Framing, Waldo Hotel bldg. 

(See adv.) 
Jamieson Wm W, oil contractor. 116 

S 4th. 
Janson Alexander D, saloon, 406 N 4th. 



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Adjoining States, 

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& Trust Co. 

Jarvis Louise, physician, 115 W Main. 

Jasper Virginius. saloon, 310 N 4th. 

Jonnson Charles B, lawyer, 16 Lown- 
des bhlg. 

Juhnson Joseph, li\ery. rr 458 W Pike. 

Johnson W H. restaurant. 405 N 5th. 

Johnston Job W, physician, 3.37 W 
INIaiu. 

Johnston \Vm :M, ins agent, 82 Jacobs 
bldg. 

Jones Lloyd, carpenter, 355 Wilson. 

Keeler G A, Proprietor Hotel Waido 

Keener G W. optician, 158 \V Main. 

Reiser ]Milton J, shoemaker, 667 W 
Main. 

Kelly Isaac N. State Mine Inspector 
1st district. 314 W Main. 

Kendall N F, mngr Tlie Harrison 
County Herald. 

Kennedy David P, mngr Ruddy In- 
stallment Co. 

Kessler Hospital The. S M Mason, 
I\l D. Superintendent, Dr H E Sloan 
Consulting Physician, U W Showal- 
ter M D Assistant. C N Slater M D 
Assistant, Water cor Mechanic. (See 
adv.) 

Keyes Grace E, dry goods. 112 S 3d. 

Ki(lf[ Clarence H, grocer. North View. 

Koblegard Co. John L Ruhl pres, Peter 
H Koblegard sec. whol dry goods, 
opp B & O depot. 

Koblegard John, President Peoples 
B a n k i n g ' ^v. T rust Co. 

Kornmann I^ouis F, physician, 405 W 
iSIain. 

Krontzer Dallas F, furniture, 320 W 
Pike. 

Krohme John F, jeweler, 114 S 3d. 

Kvle Jasper S, real estate, 61 Jacobs 
bldg. 

Kyle Johu S. notary. Jacobs bldg. 

Lafayette Window Glass Co, H Desicy 
pros. H Truriick sec. North View. 



Late Wnn M, First Vice-President Em- 
pire National Bank. 

Latstatter Joseph W, saloon, 327 W 
Pike. 

Law A Steel, mngr Acme Book Store, 
212 W Main. 

Law James E. prosecuting attorney. 

Leatherbury Shoe Co The, J A Clark 
President. Hugh Jarvis Vice-Presi- 
dent. P H Koblegard Treasurer, G 
P Leatherbury, secretary and Gen- 
eral Manager, Wholesale Boots, 
Slioes and Rubbers, opp B & O 
Depot. 

Leggett Clarence W, broker. 227 S 3d. 

Leslie Fred W. accountant. 106 S 3d. 

Levy B. cigars, 332 W Pike. 

Lewis & INIorris (Ernest D Lewis, Will 
E Morris), lawyers, 5 Goff bldg. 

Ley den Patrick J. agent Finlay Brew- 
ing Co, 410 W Main. 

List ?vlonroe C. lawyer, 320 W Main. 

Loar &: ^Vhite (Lawson L Loar, James 
M White), clothing, 119 S 3d. 

Lockhart George B, ladies' tailor, 75 
Jacobs bldg. 

Lockwood Lyman G, dry goods, 327 
W Main. 

Long P M &: Son (Patterson M and 
; A Sartoris Long), ins, Goff bldg. 
i Louchery Daniel C, physician, 214 W 

Main. 
: Lowndes R T & Co (Richard T Lown- 
i des), general store, 234 W Main. 

Lowndes R T & Co Savings Bank, 
George L Duncan Cashier, W Main 
?.m\ S 3d. (See adv.) 

Lowndes & Chorpening (R T Lowndes, 
j J B Chorpening). flour mill, 225 
Water. 

Lukens Coal Co. Arthur Hoops general 
mngr, 405 W Main. 

Lynch Charles W, city attorney, 21 i 
Court. 

Lynch T J & Co (Truman J, George 
G and Peter I Lynch), dry goods, 330 
W Main. 

Lyon John, saloon. 240 E Pike. 

McCarty Norvel B. whol lumber, 405 
; W Main. 

McCauley Eugene, barber, 325 E Pike. 

McCauiey Sc Son. Eugene McCauley 
mngr, grocers, 323 E Pike. 

McClas!<ey Samuel N, shoemaker, 132 
S 4th. 

McDonnell Patrick F, saloon, 306 W 
I Pike. 



STILES BROS 



505 Juliana St., Parkcrsburfl, W. Va, 



WEST VIRGINIA NATURAL LUBRICATING OIL 

Agents for NEW ERA 

Gas and Gasoline Engines. 



PAINTERS' SOPPLIES. 



D. C. KURNER, 

Dealer in Paints, Oils. Bru>hts, Wdll Paper and 
evpry articie used by pdinters. 

IT-J'i-IT^JT Market St., Both Phones. WnCCIing, W. Vo. 

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Slate and Tin Roofing. ^-B 



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I JOBBING A SPECIALTY. 

I SKYL.IGHTS, COK!NlCE AXD DIETAL. CEILINGS. 

f' Satisfaction Guaranteed. Estimates Furnished on Short Notice. z C/^ 

i All KLinds of RooUng 3Iaterial Furnished. ^ ^«^ 

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497 N. Fourih St., Glen Elk. home phone 372. CURKSBORG, W. U, 5 



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SWEET HOME BESTAURANT. 



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X. KXIGIIT, ITopi. 

WE CATER TO THE TRADE OE THE TRAVEIIMG PIJBLIC AND SERVE ONLY ^ t^.^ 
THE BEST EOODS AT REASONABLE RATES. .' i cl^ 

GIVE US A TRIAL. ? ^g- 

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425 North 5th Street. CLARKSBLRG, W. VA. 



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Howard Fw.akk. homk phone 149. Rav Parker. ja ^ 

VIF^GIINSAirS PRESSING CO. | ^^ 

Cleaiiiia^. I'rt'^siii;;, KeimiriiiiU. ? S © 

WORK EOR TRAVELING MEN CALLED EOR AND RETIRNED PROMIPTLY. P ^§' 

L JC/3 

Work Satisfactory. Prices Reasonable. ^ 

Olflce and Work Rooms: SIRES' BOILOING. 314 W.Pike St. CLARKSBURG, W. VA. ^ 

hm? Fi'^h'PQ' Tnnl Rn T General on well Fishirmen | ParkersfcUfg, W. Va. 
AUHd ribll.fiH lUUI bU. ! ,„,,,nhe Latest Tools and Oil «f ^^^^I^' 

Salem, W. Va. 
Both Phones. 



G. L. McKAIN, Manager. \ wen specialties in the fiem. 



Parkersiiurg Brick Works, Spr-lS. 

Parkersburg, W. Va. 



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WATCH YOim BOOKS, 

CONSULT 

The Audit Company 

OF PITTSBURG, 

Frick Building, Pittsburg, Pa. 
Auditing is a Business Necessity. 



M'Grorge D W, stone contr. 422 Wer- 

nin,2-r.r. 
.M.(;o\van Wm. printer. 3?>0 W Pike. 
Mrfirf'uor & Carskadon (Burns P' ]Mo- 

Grogor. ,]iis;tin M Carskadon). proprs 

Palace P^urniture Co, 219 W Main. 
MrKee W R & Co. Wesley R McKee 

'rinL'r. tailor.^, 321 "\V Pike. 
Mtd^rt Rev Matthias (R C). 
Ma."-fp Francis L, carpenter. 340 S 2d. 
.Mriif-r Lillie. dressmaker. 2^.5 W Main. 
Ma; -r \V J &' Co (Wm J Maier, E W 

H NelT), produce. 3d cor Hewes, 
Manhattan Cafe. Mrs Annie Doutt 

{,roj>r. 3;T1 W Pike. 
Markf-rt A &: Son (Annie and Albert 

Markr-rt). bakers. 412 rslonticello av. 
Mirtin B:os ( Wm H. Robert L and 

Henry W). grocers. 361 W Main. 
Martin Joseph, confectioner, 421 Bal- 

tfmore. 
Maniii r^Ia/sbalk livery, 337 W Pike. 
.M'lrrin T ^\'alker, excavating contr, 

4<»i. N 4th. 
Mason S M, M D, Superintendent 

Kr'S.^ier Hospital. 
IVaxwetl Haymond. Attorney-at-Law, 

Devpard bldg. 132 S 3d. (See adv.) 
Mi'jid Bios & Co of Charleston W Va. 

A .J Rust local mngr. installment 

gof;'ls. 106 W Main. 
IVlead James J. Vice-President Star 

Rig, Picol & Supply Co. 
M'^Ming .1 S, ningr Oil Well Supply Co. 
Ai'-ri/h.-ints Xational Bank. S R Harri- 
son cashier. :Main cor 3d. 
Mcn-;uinn Wm T, men's furnishings, 

1 lu s 3d. 
Metro!, f.iiran Hotel, Walter F Ran 

I.ropr, 324 W Pike. 
Metroiioliran Life Ins Co, R L Ed- 
wards sapt. 208 W Main. 
Mir-hael ^ Wilkins (S R Michael. Alma 

Wiikins). grocers, 701 W Pike. 



iMiines George W, Civil and Mining 
I Engineer. (See right top lines and 

adv.) 
' Minter Gwynn. county commissioner. 

Monroe Ethel V, instructor Broaddus 
Classical and Scientific Institute. 

Monticeilo Brick Co The, J R Adams 

Sec. Plain and Ornamental Brick 

Manufacturers. Office in Basement 

of Court House. (See front cover 

I and adv.) 

] Moore Charles W, lawyer, 314 W 

Main. 
\ Moore Frank R, deputy clerk U S Cir- 
i cuit Court. 

I Moore Jasper Y, clerk U S Circuit 
: Court. 

1 Moore Laura B, instructor Broaddus 
I Classical and Scientific Institute. 
' Mnore Otto, broker. 4 Rockery bldg. 
i Morgan David P, physician, 515 W 
I Main. 

I Morrison Robert L, phvsician, 223 S 
I 3d. 

^ Morrison W C, editor Clarksburg 
I Telegram. 

I Mountain State Gas Co, R E Groves 
I mngr. 409 W Main. 
• Myers Orien, livery, 230 Hewes. 
; Xelms Bernard, real estate. 345 W 
I Pike. 

i Noonan <Sr. Allen (Henry Noonan. 
I Frank L Allen), saloon. 314 W Pike. 
I Nusbaum Isaac, books. 30? w ^lain. 
|Nusbauni Manning A, clothing. 304 W 
j Main. 

: Nusl)aum Vrill, shoes. 334 S 3d. 
\ Xuzum J H. supt Pinnickinick Mine. 
'O'Connor Rev Daniel (R C). 126 E 
i Pike. 



furniture, 
physician. 



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Traders 



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': Odell Clarence R, 
i ivrain. 

' Ogden Chester R, 
! Main. 

; Ogden Daniel M, dry goods. 
! :\rain. 

i Ogden Nathan H, barber, 
; bide. 

I Ohio Hay & Grain Co (Thomas C and 
Philip F Linger), brokers, Fordvce 
' bldg. 

Oil Well Supplv Co (of Pittsburg Pa), 
I J S MehliPLc mngr. 22:"» W Main. 

Opera House Brass Band and Orches- 
tra. 
, Osborn's J F Sons (Alexander C Os- 
: born), founders and machinists, 707 
' W Main. _ _ __ 

DEALERS IN TIMBER, COAL, 
OIL LANDS AND FARMS. 

See Advertisement Pegc 26. 



riFO W fVlli NFS Rail Roads, Mines and Re- 
h^: H m'!„ Ibllr ' ports on Mining Properties. 

''^'iit^'riwr''^- Prospecting vvithDicrni,^d Drill. 

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9 
DAILY AND WEEKLY. 

Pul)!is!iers, Printers, Book Bioders & Enoravers, 

1 15 Third Street, Lowndes Building, 

Clarksburg, VV. Va. ^^^ 



W.T.B.CLEMM, S3 






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Painter? Paper Hanger eknd Decorator, "^^ >— 
207 W. Pike Street, C^ ^ 

Clarksburg, W. Va. ?«;?^ ;^ 

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County Mali Book Store & Paper louse, 

All Kinds of Stationery, IT^Ffi 

Job Printing, Eogravlog, Eraliossing and BooK 

Binding, 

CAMDEN SOViVlERS, Proprietor. 
31 7 West iViain Street, Clarksburg, West Va. 

LAFAYETTE C. CRILE, 

Attorney-at-Law. Notary Public. 



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Rooms 9 and 10 Ooff Block, Court St., Clarksburg, VV. Va. ^ 

C undiii !t'<l on ilie .''^^ sU^iii of llie I iiit«*«l SUites S«*«r«'f SvtMvv. 

cofrltnhL''ti%?i f^^.Lli f»^5i'i Oiiices. Keystone Building, Fourtl. 4»e., Pittsburg, Pa. 
Cuit-siiiOfuicd SvatssaaacAiiaua. Tciuphoncs: Btii 1025 Court, F.ikA. 1383 Main* 




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DRUGGIST, 

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HyttyiLiilLlblli:}..-""? 



Estimates on 
Builders' Iron Work 



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ALLEGHENY AVE. AHO REBECCA STBEET. 

ALLEGHENY, PA. 



Osborn Wm B. State Saies Agent Erie 
City Iron Works, also Mechanical 
Engineer, 419 Baltimore. (See right 
liortom lines and adv.) 

Osbiirn W M Co (W M Osburn, Hugh 
Jarvis, John W Gordon. H Cla> 
Ogden and Paul M. Robinson), 
shoes and bats. :J:]8 W Pike. 

Owen Washington S. shoemaker, 
;]22i4 AV Pike. 

Palace Furniture Co. Gregor & Cars- 
kadon proprs, 219 W Main. 

Pancake D J, agent Singer Mnfg Co, 
220 \V Main. 

Parker John W, tailor, 108 S 3d. 

Parson s-Souders Co The, L P Souders 
pr^^s, Arthur Parsons sec and genl 
nmgr, dry goods, 224 W Main. 

Patton L M «!t Son (Luther M and 
Charles), general store, 748 W Pike. 

Patton Thomas & Son (Thomas and 
Brooke H). grocers, 638 W Pike. 

Pavne John B, physician, Lippincott 
bldg. 

Peck Leonard pres Clarksburg Supply 
Co and supt Clarksburg Electric 
Light Co. 

Peck Xelscn. physician and health 
officer, 1G6 W Main. 

People's Banking & Trust Co (Capita! 
$130,000). John Koblegard Pres, 
Hugh Jarvis Cashier, 109 S 3d. 
(See adv.) 

F'eoples Store The. Katharine Temple- 
ton propr, groceries. 244 E Pilve. 

Peters Rev Lewis E, agt, 344 W Main. 

Peters Mrs Mattie E, dry goods, 344 
W Main. 

Phoenix Coal Mining & Coke Co. L S 
Hcrnor pres. R X Farland sec, 14 
fvC'VYndes bldg. 

Piuort J Wilbur, drugs. 329 W Main. 

Pike Charles E, agent Reymann Brew- 
in- Co, 423 N 4th. 

Pinnickinick INline, J H Nuzura supt. 
East End. 



Piit^buig & Fairmont Coal Co, V L 
Highland vice pres, 216 Court. 

Poiing Wm H, lawyer, 320 W Main. 

Post E Thad, ins agt, 63 Jacobs bldg. 

Potter D R, Pres West Virginia Mine 
Su;.ip!y Co. 

Pride C E Co Ttie, Charles E Pride 
Pres, John W Gold Vice-Pres, T 
Blair Willison Sec and Treas, Brok- 
ers 401 N 4th. 

Probst Lee, jeweler. 314 N 4th. 

Queen C P, Supt and Director Central 
Development Co. 

Ramsey John W, phvsician, 230 W 
Pike. 

Ramsey Robert H, physician 230 W 
Pike. 

Rapp Hal M & Co (Hal M Rapp, Ed- 
ward B Deison, Wm H Lewis), in- 
surance. 4h5 W Main. 

Reager Thomas J, grocer, 1000 W 
Pike. 

Reichert Theodore, barber, 318 W 
Pike. 

Reid Anna B, instructor Broaddus 
Classical and Scientific Institute. 

Reger Lee H, Fine Commercial Print- 
ing, lu and 11 Traders Annex. (See 
adv.) 

Rhodes & Rhodes (.Joseph L and 
Frank H), lawyers, 56 Jacobs bldg. 

Richard L K, Sec and Mngr Brady 
Construction Co. 

Riley Moses S, justice, 222 Court. 

Robertson & Clark (Arthur W Robert- 
son, John S Clark), proprs Citizens 
Bakery, 409 N 4th. 

Robinson F A & Son (Benjamin F 
Robinson), jewelers. 322 W Main. 

Robinson F M, Vice-Pres and Direc- 
tor Central Development Co. 

Robinson Howard, Chief Engineer and 
Director Central Development Co. 

Robinson P iVI, Trust Officer Peoples 
Banking & Trust Co. 109 3d. 

Rollins Grocery Co (Wra J B and 
Anna M Rollins*, 645 W Pike. 

Rone Edward, confectioner, 329 \V 
Pike. 

Rothstein Benjamin F. Mngr C K 
Roth stein <S: Co, Waldo Hotel Bld.g. 

Rcthstein C K & Co, B F Rothstein 
Alngr. DeaU^-s in Diamonds, 
Watches and .Jewelry, Waldo Hotel 
Bldg. (See adv.) 

Rouse Charles A, Sec and Treas. Star 
Rig Reel & Supply Co. 



THF Hr\iTI\'riTnM i \\l\ rn\1F*lMY solicits correspondence looking to the loca. 
int nLl\MlAUIUi^^L'\,Mi i.U,>if rAlU, ^.^^ ^^ Hunt.ngton of manufacturing plants 

Capital, $500,000.00 of every description. 

B. W.FOSTER, Prest. G. A. NORTHCOTT. Treas. B. L PRIODIE, Sec'y. 

tiuntington. West Virginia. 



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GRAND RAPIDS 
FURPIITURE CO. 

214-216 CAPITOL STREET, CHARLESTON, W. VJ. 



THE UP-TO-DATE 

FURNITURE HOUSE. 



CLA AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. CLA 217 

G. M. WEST, "''*r Retail 

Grain, flay and feed Merchant, 

Receiver and Shipper of Car Lots, 

406 North Fifth Street, Glen Elk, Clarksburg, W. Va. 

Home Phone 137. 




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Weston, Tyree & Riggs, 
General losoraoce, 

Clarksburg, W. Va. 

Correspondence Invited on all Classes, 

Home Phone 69. = C/9 

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C. W. Qore^ . 

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Attorney- at -Law, Loans Negotiated, | 






Rooms 3 and 4 Despard Bldg, South 3d St., 

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Telephone Connection. I" "a 

Clarksburg, W. Va. 



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HEMDERSOIN'S STUDIO. ^y> 

Fine Photographs a Specialty. Enlargements and Copying 
of All Kinds. Frames to Order. 

ROOM 18 TRADERS ANNEX. CIARKSBIRO, W. VA. 

""""^ Ttl mnJIIII^^IIIM ■■■il IIBHIIM limnlllMlll IIIIWHIIWlBIIWIIHIlia HIH 11 IM !■ 1 ■III! 1 IMIll.MI MIMai— i^M 

HAYMOND MAXWELL, 

Attorney-at-La\v. 
Dt SPARD BUILDING. S. Third Street. CIARKSBIRO, W. VA. 



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• — — « ^ « -^' and Shingles. Mill Work 

Telephone. Pennsboro, W, Va. of every description. 



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OUCKHAMNOM, W. VA. 

CLA WEST VIRGINIA GAZETTEKR 



^ gQ^IBoilders' Supplies 

j and Farming Impleirients. 



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HOUSTOII BROS. CO. 

CLAY PRODUCTS, 

Ili-;iiii 'lilo, line Uiiiniu. 

32d St. & Penna. R. R., PITTSBIRG, PA. 

WRITK FOR PRICES. 

See adv. in classified Builders' Supplies. 




IliHldy Installment Co, of Fairmont 
W Va, D P Kennedy local mngr, 413 
Baltimore. 

Ruhl-Koblegard Co The, John L Ruhi 
Pi OS, John Koblegard Vice-Pres. 
.]a(ob KoijiOganl Treas. A K Thorn 
fcjc. Wholesale Grocers and Manu- 
tactnrer of Cigars, opp B it O De- 
pot. 

Rus*5ell Herman C, painter, 179 .Main. 

Riisc A J. mngr Mead Bros & Co, ioG 
\V Main. 

St Charles Hotel, Mrs A C Brennau 
pn;pr. o52 W Main. 

St Joseph's Academy. Sister Aloysias 
Miperior. 151 E P\K-. 

Scoct Winfield, lawyer, 214 \V Main. 

.~-od^^vick Walter, livery, 129 W Pike. 

Se^ly Thomas B,, propr Traders Hotel. 
-I ctmbaiigh Daisy, instructor Broad- 
da ^ Classical and Scientific Iiisti- 
mte 

Shmn tiros (C M and John A Shinn), 
General Contra<;tors. 9 Rookerv 
Bldg, 227 S yd. (See adv.) 

Showalter Ulysses W, Assistant Phy- 
sician Kessler Hospital. 

Shiittlevvorth George W, grocer, 101 
W Main. 

Simmons Alice V. instructor Broaddus 
( lassicai and Scientific Institute. 

Sine & Crawford, sho^s. 128 S ;5d. 

Slater C N, Assistant Physician Kess- 
ler Hospital. 

-la\ron ii^ Bryan (T J Slayion, S L 
Bryan), laundry. 241 E Pike. 

Slease Edward T C iS: Co. [. Slobe- 
man mngr. bankers. 51 Jacol)s bl(li>-. 

Smalhvood Albert J. general store 
7«;2 W Pike. 

Smiley Charles S, P-es Star Rig and 
Sujiply Co. 

Smith Clenton B, meats, 781 W Pike. 

Smith Cora R. music teacher, G29 Mul- 
berry. 



jSloan H E, iVI D, Consulting Physi- 

I cian Kessler Hospital. 

{SmiLh Edward G, lawyer. Merchants 

1 Bank bldg. 

i Smith FranJc A. grocer, 149 W Main. 

I Smith Gerald M, lawyer, 4:J Lowndes 

I DIdg. 

i Smith Rev H M (M E South) 

[Smith Harry R propr Clarksburg 

; Tailoring Co. 227 W^ Main. 

! Smith Harvey F, lawyer, 216 Court. 

Smith John B, Busmess Manager 
; Clarksburg Telegram. 
! Smith John B, physician, 206 W Main. 
i Smithy \Vm B. restaurant, 127 S 4th. 
I Snider .Millard F, lawyer, 4 Merchants 
I Banl-i bldg. 

jSolon-Lowery Coal Co The, J T Solon 
i iM-es, E F Lowery v-pres and general 
; mngr, C Spriggs Sando treas, A L 
i Johnson sec, 2 Traders Annex. 

Sommers Camden, Proprietor County 
:Mail Book S'Ore and 'Publishing Co 

Southern G W & Sons. Bruce T 
Southern mngr, Buckhannon pike. 

Southern Pine Lumber Co, J H O'Neill 
, pres, A H Cundell mngr. Elk cor 

Main. 
! Spates Thomas S, U S Commissioner 
i Government bldg. 
iSpcrry & Sperry (Melvin G and Clar- 
is ence B), lawyers, 3-38 W Main. 
i Stager An(l)-e\\' J. grocer, 243 E Pike. 
jStaiey Thomas C, Architect and Su- 
I perintendent, 10 Rookery bldg. (See 
I adv.) 

I Standard Milling Co The, James W 

i Tracey mngr, 532 Clark. 

jSrar laundry, 222 W Main. 
Star Rig Reel & Supply Co, Charles 
S Smiley President. J J Mead Vice- 
President, C A House Secretary and 
Treasurer. Oil Well Supplies and 
Planing Mill Work, East End near 
Old B <^ O Depot. (See right top 
lines.) 

Stathers Frederick R, dentist, 209 

Oak Flail. 
I Steel John R. city treas and collector 
I 3 Goff bldg. 

^Steele L& Br.) (Lloyd and Charles L ) 
! tlotir mill. 770 W Pike. 
Stone John S, dentist, 334 W Main. 
Stone & Mercer (George C Stone 
Lawrence T Mercer), drugs 116 
S 3d. 



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Reymann Brewing Co, 

Wheeling, W. Va. 

The very best in the Market. 




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^«-'* . g. Z €lmbku 

est Virginia Bank. U^ 

WALDO HOTEL. 1^^ 

Authorized Capital S100,000. g^m 

;j-;o. L. DUNCAN, President. E. D. TUMLIN, Cashier. ^ | -'-^ 

We Solicit the Accounts of Corporations, Firms and Individuals. -g '^ 

CLARKSBURG, W. VA. fSo 



T. C. ST A LEY, 






ARCHITECT AND SUPERIiNTErNDENT. g^^ 



ROOM 10 ROOKf rtY BLDG. GLARKSBliRO. VV. VA. 



PHILIP WILLETT, 



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ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, i'ff 



Practicr In State and Fed«>ral Courts. 



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ROOMS 6 and 7 LEGGETT BLD3. CLARKSBURG, VV. VA. 6 ^ ^ 

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Stotler Alonzo H, Dealer in Pianos, Swager Hotel, John T Swager Pro- g = S^) 

f'ryans and Sewing ^klnrbines, Pro- pnetor. W Pike. (See adv.) =• i: €-^'? 

1 ru'tor riiotler House, 407 N 5th. Swager John T, Proprietor Swager 1- =- "" 

I .^{-.rliT House, A H Stotler propr, ,407' Hotel, Also Fruits and Confectiou- ^ .?*' ^^ 

^ X "^th. ery, W Pike. (See adv.) ^ S rS 

."**-Mir Clarence P, crockery, 311 W Swartz Jacob M, blacksmith, S 2d near ^ ^ ^ 

i*ik^. I Main. f- " S^ 

i^f*>ur Lumber Co, Lee Stout mngr, Swartz Osman E, lawyer, 6 Hornor § i" oo 

Short and B & O R R. bldg. " | ^^^3 

S^*Mit, Ross F Lumber Co (Ross F Swartz Samuel E, principal Broaddus § ^ ^^ 

>?out. A H Jarvis. Egbert, B Smith), ^ Classical «fe Scientific Institute. '^ ^ ^- 

'•'■hoi lumber. 43 Lowndes bldg. : Sweet Home Restaurant, Nathaniel ^ ^ ^^ 

S'unr W Frank, lawyer, 30 Lowndes Knight propr, 425 N 5th. (See adv.) = ^ ^' 

-*''-^'- ; Sweiitzel fildgar D. confectioner, 429 1* =r ""-^ 

>(r,M!<.v \vm O, notary public, 350 W i Baltimore. :« | S: 

, ^^'^'f^- i Swifl <fe Co, Frederick W Gilbert f o =H 

Mu;irt Davis, liverj', 2d cor Hewes. mngr, whol meats, S 3d cor Ohio. ^ ^ o.^ 

•V lart .Mason D. livery, 432 \\ Main. ! Tavlor Charles, physician, 485 W Me- P- * "T!? 
hUij-m C D & Co (CharUs D Sturm,; chanic. « = I^:^' 

^'harU'H Croer), drugs, 3 40 W Main. Taylor J H &- Co, Walter R Tavlor I ° o^ 
''-..Ucr Clair P, Slate and Tin Roofing,' mngr, general store. M R R June- Z^ ^ 

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Tate (k. McCuiie (\Vm E Tate, Henr^ 

5 >\icCuuej, piuraoera, ±00 vv' Ivxam. 
Teeis Earl A, uenUfci, 41 Ecv/nae^ 

bidg. 
Tempietoa KatJiarine R, propi The 

I'eoyiei) Store, ■:-i-i E x^ike. 
TfctricK Qu dovven i,£nocn E Tcjtrick, 

James Buweiij, Keal Estate, UO 

Jacobs blag. i^See aavj 
Tiiomas Cnanes Vv , grocer, 504 IMonli- 

ctiio av. 
Thomas ik Jones (James Thomas, 

Tiiomas Jcues;, barbers, 123 S 4tii. 
Thompsoii Benjamin i- , lawyer, a2U W 

Aiam. 
Thompson Charles F, mngr Thompson 

^lusic Co. 
Thompson Edward, grocer, 457 W 

Pike, 
Thompson E J, mngr Central District 

6 Printing Telegraph Co. 
Thompson Music Co, Charles , F 

Thompson mngr, N 4th. 
Thompson Will, Superintendent The 

jionticeilo brick Co. 
Tidier James O T, lawyer, 223 W 

Main, 
Tierney J A, mngr George Wiedeman 

Brewing Co, Oak near B & O R R- 
Timberlake Addison K, dentist, 142 VV 

Main. 
Traders Grand Opera House, Richard 

A Farland mngr, od near ilain. 
Traders Hotel, Thomas B Seely propr, 

2t'0 S 3d. 
Trimble \Vm E, tinsmith, 025 Locust. 
Trusler Mrs Sarah E, grocer, 308 

Bird la. 
Tumlin E D, Cashier West Virginia 

Bank, 
Turner George H, plumber, 221 S 3d. 
Tutwiier George & Bro (George and 

Charles), grocers, 540 \V Mo in. 
Umberger J S & Co (Joseph S Um- 

berger, Walter C Repass), grocers, 

Broad Oaks. 



i Union Land Co, P H Koblegard pr^s. 

V L Higiiland sec, 21'j Court. 
: United States Express Co, C E Stoti.T 
' agent, 112 S 4th. 

. United States Transfer Co (J E Witi- 
tei-, C E Siotler), 107 W Pike. 
Vannort Charles W, grocer, 227 S 3d. 
V^anOsten Albert B, dentist, 349 \V 

Ma ill. 
Vainer Harvey V, phvsician, 330 \V 

i-ike. 
Vincent James P, hotel, 413 N 3d. 
Viger Frederick G, lawyer, 330^/2 W 

Pike. 
Virgie W B & Co (W Blair Virgie), 
contractors, 1 Fordyce bldg. 
: Virginian Pressing Co (Howard S 
Blake, Ray F Parker), Sires bldg. 
314 \V Pike. (See adv.j 
Voiratn Eva E, instructor Broaddus 
Classical and Scientihc Institute. 
: Wogner A 1 red, general mngr Ciarka- 
. burg Bottling \vorks, 321 Baltimore. 
Wagner John C, grocer, Monticello 
Addition. 
; Walker House, Hickman & Parent 
; proprs, 208 W Pike. 
I Waiiis Edward S, grocer, 108 S 3d. 
i Waithour Candy Co, J H IV.ittendorf 
: President, F C Gay lord Vice-Presi- 
derit, R F Waithour Secretary ami 
Treasurer, 328 Jackson. 
; Ward Horatio R, mngr L Hosier Brew- 
I ing Co, 426 N 5th. 
; Watson George W, grocer, 325 Buck 

hannon pike. 
Watt.s-Lamberd Co The, Frank W 
Watts pres, Charles E Lamberd sec- 
treas, dry goods, 333 W Main. 
; Wehner Edward F, supt Harrison 
C'ounty Hospital, physician, 405 W 

■ I\lain. 

: Weideuhamer Charles D, prcpr Gleu 

Elk Produce Co, 414 N 4th. 
; Welch Frank J, barber, 113 S 3d. 
, Wells Benjamin F, painter, 128 W 
; Pike. 

' Wells Elmer W, marble works. Pike 
I cor Chestnut. 

I Wells & Haymaker (Horace L Weils, 
i Frank B Haymaker), drugs, 316 W 

■ Main. 

; West Foi'k Oil & Natural Gas Co, John 
1 Koblogard pres, US S 4th. 

West George M. Wholesale and Retail 
' Hay, Grain and Feed, 406 N 5th. 
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i.,^\-cF. (^.Miueil J/resident, Win 

M I'u'i^un. Vice-President, Joseph 

:, Kiiu>!es sec, Frank II Rhodes 

'■,H-. r.'i r.t;-,:»8 Jacobs bid;?, 
'.vtit VJrcjinia Bank (Authorized Cap- 

•Mi .?r"'i,oOO). George L Duncan 

(';<• ident, E D Tumlin Cashier, Wal- 

<!■) Kolel. (See adv.) 
\,>~i Viri;inia Feed & Flour Co, S L 

\*.-,;,n!>iS mngT, 4iy N 4th. 
•,. t \ irixinia Heating & PIiira)>ing 

•■ -. oi Charleston W Va. J H Dow- 

• ...iii local mngT, 114 S 4th. 
Wei-i Virginia Mine Supply Co, D R 

i'.ittv^r President, J A Clark Vice- 

Tiesident, J L Bright Secretary, 

^liiie Cars. Engines, Boilers, Pipe 

f..ii!igs, Tipples. Contractors' and 

Mill Supplies. (See left side lines 

■ ind iidv.) 
W' -I Virginia Real Estate Co (Jay 

Km;i\m', Joseph W Home), 110 S 4th. 
W. -t Virginia Transter &. Storage Co 

.Win J Walker, Jesse B Carr), 227 

!•; i';ke. 
A'-t Virginia Wood W^orking Co, C 

il i*arr supt, planing mill, M R K 

^unction. 
V/.'^tern Union Telegraph Cq, F E 

i><-!hridge mngr, 223 S :Hd, 
Weston, Tyree <S. Riggs (Giimer Wes- 

' n, Alexander M Tyree, PvObert L 

k:. !..-,), General Insurance, 319 W 

'd.an. (See adv.) 
^V.' r,' Jj D & Bro (Burton D and John 

it. grocers, 330 E Pike. 
V'",.'donian George Brewing Co of New- 

i»<>rt Ky, J A 'J'ierney local mngr. 

Oik near B & O R R 
Wdkinhon V/m A, President Glen Elk 

lliir.v Co. 
W'ilett Philip, Attorney-at-Law, 6-7 

'-'■^'gett bldg, 223 S 3d. (See adv.) 
}•'" '.'■.su.2 Harvey, saloon. 346 B Pike. 
■' ' ■ i\'^6 Homer W, clerk of circuit 

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w Miams I N,. General Manager The 

''('liM cello Brick Co. 
V^!|ian-,5 James E, Proprietor Ciarks- 

'-'UV's j-\^od H: Livery Co, 129 S 2d. 
'•**'i*i.irns Perry C, Second Vice-Presi- 

•' "f Empire National Bank of 

' -iik-burg. 
■>'• ' li'iiMS & Davisson Co. J W Wi)- 
■i'lii yec, whol hardware. 



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P. iS^ A. 701 ?l. 

WM.J.WEIXEL, 

Broker in Oil, Gas, Coal and Timber 

Lands. Real Estate and yortgages.' 

314 FERGUSOrS BUILDING, 

PITTSBURG, PA. 

Willison & Dennison (Robert B Wil- 
lison, A Frank Dennison), real es- 
tate, 405 W Main. 

Wilson B Frank, oil contractor, 673 
:Mu1 berry, 

Wilson H T & Co, H T Wilson mngr, 
l.imoer, 4'J5 W Alain. 

Wilson ivlrs Palestine, matron Broad- 
dus Classical and Sclentiiic Insti- 
tute. 

Wineti'ob Tailoring Co, Isaac Wine- 
trob mngr, 222 W Pike. 

Wood Edward J, architect, 113 S 3d. 

Young Rev Jesse C (A M E). 

Young Mens Christian Association, 
Fordyce bldg. 

Zaruba & Durish (C F Zaruba, Joseph 
Durish), Foreign Bankers and 
Steamship Agents, Ti'ansiating and 
Interpreting, 3u9 N -^th. (See left 
top lines. 

Ziesing R, mngr The Graselli Chemi- 
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Population, 400. A village postoffice 
in Taylor county, 10 miles southeast 
of Grafton, the county seat and bank- 
ing point, and 5 from Thornton, its 
shipping point. Telephone connec- 
tion. Mail, daily. J S Nestor post- 
master. 

Balyard Alex, meat. 

Canti^jld H N, teacher. 

Coffman &. Bemoss, bldg contractors. 

Coiebank S C, teamster. 

Cozad J W, shoemaker. 

F.uJcy H C, furnitur(\ 

try J Ai. blacksmith. 

Loik Isaac, notary. 

McCartney J M, carpenter and coal 

.'ealer. 
Meyers John H, glass blower. 
Miller John, shoemaker. 
Nestor A B, teacher. 



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Nestor J S, General Store and Agent 

for Harvesting Machinery. j 

Scott \V C. tinner. j 

Shroyer S A, lumber. 
Shroyer & Canfield. lumber. 
Spring J W. carpenter. 
Stimple C C. flour mill. 
Swisher & West, flour mill. 




CLAWSON. 

Population, GO. A postoffice in Po- 
cohontas coimty. on the Greenbrier 
river and C & O Ry, .5 miles north of 
IMarlinron. the county seat and bank- 
ing point. Telephone connection. John 
Perry postmaster. 

Dilley Josiah Jr, blacksmith. 
Harter Bros & Co, lumber mnfrs. 
Lyngle Ai: Young, lumber mnfrs. 
Perry John, General Store, 
Young Lumber Co. lumber mnfrs. 
Young R Q, lumber mnfr. 



Gibson R F, general store. 

Gwinn W L, general store. 

Horan & Koran, lawyers. 

Miller T S, hotel. 

Morrison F G, r r, exp and tel agent. 

Mullins L D. general store. 

Murphy B F, justice and general storf 

Pettigrew .T M, hotel. 

Reed H, general store. 

Reed James & Bro, general store. 

Rhodes E, general store. 

Ritter C L Lumber Co. 

Ritter W E. physician. 

Shannon Samuel H, Lumber Dealer. 

Shellon Bros, livery. 

Sizeman J A, sheriff. 

Smith Rev J W. 

Springston J E, lawyer. 

Stephenson Bros, saw mill. 

Stephenson E B, physician. 

Stephenson T B, general store. 

Summers P :\L general store. 

Thomas Jacob,, justice. 



CLAY. i 

Population, 900. Also known as j 
Henry, is the county seat of Clay 
county, located on the Elk river, and ; 
ou the C C ».t S R R. 51 miles north- i 
east of Charleston. Has Methodist i 
and Baptist churc.'hes. a bank and a i 
weeklv newsyaner. the Clav Messen- j 
ged. Telephone connection. Exp 
Adams. Samuel H Shannon postma.s 
ter. 

Beirne Patrick, hotel. 

Bell A W, hotel. 

Bell X A, hotel. 

Carr Claudius, pliysician. 

Clay Messenger, d Flynn propr. 

Corden J D. general store. 

I>au})enspeck J E, livery. 

Davenport H B Jr, lawyer, 

Eakle B C. lawyer. 

Frame M W, lawyer. . 



CLAYTON. 

A village in Summers county, IK 
miles northeast of Hinton, the coun- 
ty seat, 6 west of Alderson, the 
banking point, and 3 from Pence 
Springs, the shipping point. Tele- 
phone connection. Mail, semi-weekly. 
David G Ballenger postmaster. 

Ayers J B. surveyor. 

Ballenger David G, Farmer. 

Ballenger M M, carpenter and paintei'. 

Carter O C, live stock. 

Crawford James, constable. 

Fink J B. blacksmith. 

Flint A C, wagonmaker. 

Graham David, surveyor. 

Graham J L, blacksmith. 

Graham O R, saw mill. 

Gregory T P, justice. 

Wheeler M V. shoemaker. 



CLEAR CREEK. 

Population, 75. A village in Raleigh 
county, 18 miles northwest of Beck- 
ley, the county seat and banking point, 
and 12 from Macdonald. its nearest 
shipping station. Mail, daily, J W 
McGinnIs postmaster. 

Armstrong Stewart, gunsmith. 
Dunbar C. physician. 
Dunbar Henry, carpenter. . 
Dunbar J R. carpenter. 



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i:\ .TV S C. physician, 
rancli W 11. general store. 
Harper H H, general store. 
HarpvT .Mrs M E. general store. 
HiiUter &: Dunbar, physicians, 
.jarrt'll \V H. general store. 
McGinnis J W, Genera! Store. 
,Mf(;innis S. grist mill. 
Md'.os .James, grist mill. 
Hfover & Curtis, grist mill. 
'Savior J R, blacksmith. 
V\ if-Kline C A, blacksmith. 
Williams David, carpenter. 



CLEMENTS. 
A postoffice on the B & O R R. in 

!<ar!)our county. 12 miles southeast of 
riiili5)pi, the county seat, and 5 I'rom 
Hclington. the banking point. Exp. 
V S. James B Everson postmaster. 

Candare Coal & Coke Co. 
Everson & Toibert, Grocers. 
Hickman .lames, exp agent. 



CLENDENIN. 

Population, 400. A village on the 
i:!k river and on the C C & S R R, 
in Kanawha county. 20 miles north- 
t-ast of Charleston, the county seat 
and nearest banking point. Telephone 
« otmoction. Exp, Adams. Tel, W U. 
J<»hn If Davis postmaster. 

lu^rman Sam.uel. general store, 
liflcher James, barber. 
<' linden in Lumber Co, lumber miifrs. 
Davis J H «S. Bros, General Store. 
Davis R W & Bro. confectioners. 
I'rako Green, hotel. 
Fox George R, physician. 
-la<k.son Bros, general store. 
ki;-'hi A J, justice. 
M<Clain AV H. physician. 
N.iylor 1, L, carpenter. 
<>4.>,oj-„o J A & Co, general store. 
t^Nbonie Sz. Young, general store, 
f arris John W, furniture. 
IV'rkins Rev C (M E South). 
J'oling Rev C (M E). 
Htdor James, carpenter. 
Tanman W IT. planing mill. 
din«^ A C, physician. 



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young C S, justice. 
Y'tting C \V, grocer. 
Voung VV L, hotel. 



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wha river, in Webster county, 25 "* g 
miles north of Webster Springs, the o o 
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Beverage John S. carpenter. 
Boggs H R. tlour mill. 
Bcggs W G. carpenter. 
Ferrell R C, justice. 
Harper C S, blacksmith. 
Harper G M & Co, hotel. 
Harier Lee. mason. 
Harper S C, justice. 
Higginbotham Rev C H (ME). 
Hick Rev E E (M E). 
Houghton Rev T R (M E South), 
Lal>;e R C, stone mason. 
Lingie G V, Farmer. 
McBanke J E, general store. 
McConkey E & Bro, general store 
McCray R C, constable. 
Pickens W F, carpenter. 
Woods John 

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Woods W PL shoemaker 



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Population, 500. A mining town on ^ p 
the C (S: O Ry. in Fayette county, 10 '^ ^ 
miles southeast of Fayetteville, the" ^ 
county seat and banking point. Tele- O -o 
phone fon flection. Exp. Adams. 3 ^ 
Charles F Monroe postmaster. 



Beckwith & Pepper, lumber mnfrs. 

Beogiey 1' A, hotel. 

Black J H & Son, general store. 

Cavendish S W & Bro, general store. 

Forbes Charles, blacksmith. 

Hughart J P, physician. 

Hundly W H, grocer. 



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T.oniriaie Iron Co. eeneral store. 
M'^Gritfin M O, lumber mnfr. 
Monroe Char!es F, Express and Rail- 
road Asrent. 
^ryles B F, livery. 
White C E, justice. 
"Williams C F. barber. 



Frey ^Vm, veterinary sursrenn. 
Gardner Philip, carpenter. 
H:ir:uitr S^'muel. general store. 
Hornby F F. flour and savv mill. 
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CLIFTON. 

Popn-ation, 31*0. On the Ohio river 
and the Ohio River branch of the B 
& O R R. in Mason county, 14 miles 
northeast of Point Pleasant, the coun- 
ty seat. Middleport O. across the river, 
is its banking point. Exp, Adams. 
TeL Postal. Richard Woodrum post- 
master. 

Brown A S. express agent. 

Dyke Amos, justice. 

Fisher Rpv P D 'M E). 

Or-phart Philiii. hotel. 

TJ'.iraphrios :\Iiss Stella, music teacher. 

Raybold Mrs 'M. meats. 

Smith James. ,2:rocer. 

Smith Wm H, constable. 

Troearer John, grocer. 

Williams Edward, cigar mnfr. 

Williams Reece, grocer. 

Woodrum A B. grocer. 

Woodrum Richard, Grocer. 



CLIFTY. 

Papulation, 100. A village in Fay- 
ette county, 13 miles northeast of 
Favetteville. the county seat am] 
hankirg point, and 10 from Anstef], 
its shipping point. Mail daily. Cai 
Kenney postmaster. 

Campbell N, saw mill. 
Cart A J, carpenter. 
Cart W W. blacksmith. 
Dickerson J W. notary. 
Kenney E C, General Store. 
Kennev Orval, eeneral store. 
Kidd & Wiseman, general store. 
T ivplv Fred, carpenter. 
J.eis: H W. g^rieral store. 
;McPutcheon H. carpenrer. 
McCutcheon W S. notary. 
Ramsey Samuel, flour mill. 
Shnrver Thomas, flour mdll. 
White Weslie. saw mill. 



CLINT. 

A conntrv postofRce in INTonrop 
countv, 8 miles northeast of Union, 
the countv s^at, and 9 from Alderson. 
t-ho banking and shinning point. 
Te^oT)hone connection. l\Tail daily. 
J P Skaggs postmaster and general 
store. 



CLIFTON MILLS. 

Population, TvO. a village on Big 
Sandy creek in Preston county. 20 
miles north of Kingwood. the county 
seat, l^j from Friendsville Md. the 
bank in ST point, and 15 from Somer- 
field. Pa, its shipping point. Tele- 
phone cc*nnection. Mail daily. George 
D. Evans postm.aster. 



CLINTON. 

A no^stoflRce in Ohio county. S miles 
northeast of Wheeliuar. it'=; bankimi 
and shipping noi'nt. Telephone con- 
nection. Stas-'^ dai^v to Wheeling. 
fare 2^>r, and West Lihertv lOc Mail 
dailv. S T Smith postmaster. 

mn-^q R P. blacksmith. 
TTn'l Georr"^. carpenter. 
Jr^hn Andrew, painter. 
T^ovtrm C IT, .gidst mill. 
Ridfr^^lov Kirk, coal dealer. 
Smith 8 I. General Store. 
Wavt R B. livp stock. 



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PonulptioTi. '^■>. Also known as 
Clinton Mills, is n small place in Mo- 

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n on gal i a county. 9 miles south of 
Mor^autowii, lue ccuiicy eseai and 
banking point, and 4 from Little 
Fal.is, the shipping point. Mail daily. 
O C Johnson postmaster. 

Clinton Roller Mi)]?, O C Johnson 

propr. 
Jackson Thomas <fc Sens, undertakers. 
Johnson O C, General Store and 

Propr Clinton Roller ?*rills. 
Stewart W F. blacksmith. 



CLUSTER. 

li! Plea:-.;iius county, 9 miles from 
St. Mor.y's, thp ccimry seat and hank- 
ing point,, and 3 from Waverly, tlie 
shipping point. Telephone connection. 
Mail daily. William Everly postmas- 
ter and general store. 



CLINTONVILLE. 

Population, .5'"'. A village in Green- 
brier county, 1214 miles northwest of 
Tewisburg. the county seat and bank- 
ing point, and 10 from Ronceverte, its 
shipping poinr. Telephone connec- 
tion. yi-a.il daily. J ^I Ferrell post- 
master. 

Burns C A. stone mason. 
Ferrell J M. General Store. 
Kuckman O D, constable. 
Shirkey G C, live stock. 



CLYDE. 

Population, 30. A country postofiice 
in Wetzel county, 15 miles east of 
New Martins\ille, the county seat, 
and 10 southwest of Littleton, on the 
B cc O R R, the banking and shipping 
point. Telephone connection. Mail, 
tri-weekly. Jasper Adams postmaster. 

Woods & Adams, general store. 



CLIO. 

Population. Sn. On Hurricane creek. 
in Roane county. 24 miles south of 
Spencer, the county seat and banking 
point, and 9 north of Clendenin, the 
nearest shipping point. Mail, tri- 
weekly. 



CLOVERDALE. 

Population. 70. A postoffice in 
Monroe county: 25 miles sourhwest of 
Union, the county seat. 10 from 
Greenville, the banking point. Lurich 
Va. 6 miles distant, on the N & W Ry. 
is the nearest shipping point. Tele- 
phone connection. IMail tri-weekly. 
S A McClaugherty postm.aster. 



COALBURG. 

! Population. 300. A mining village 
I en the Kanawha river and on the C 
! <fe O Ry. in Kpnawha county, 17 miles 
! southeast of Charleston, the county 
I seat and banking point. Coal is 
I mined and shipped. Telephone con- 

■ nection. Exp. Adams. Tel, W^ U. A 
M Wooldridge postmaster. 

FHlpck R D, physician. 

P.rannon W P, saloon. 
: Gosney Mrs, hotel. 
; Mehvirin R K. express and r r agent. 
\ ^Icore Bros, general store. 
' ^lurray James, hotel. 

■ :Murray Robert, restaurant. 
Peacock John, restaurant. 
Pine Grove Coal Co. 

j Piddle E, tel agent. 

: Robinson Coal Co, A M Wooldridge 

: ^ranager. 



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CLOVERLICK. 

Population. 40. On the Gr-<='enf>rier 
division oftl^e C .c O Rv. in Pocahon- 
tas county. 10 miles northeast of Mar- 
linton, the county- seat, and 55 north- 
east of Ronceverte. Telenhone con- 



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John Ligon, postmaster. 



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Corner Pros, general store. 
Judey W A, exp. r r and tel agt. 
National Cooperage Co, stave mill. 
Orwig & Crider, saw mill. 



COALDALE. 

Population. 850. A mining town on 
the N & W Ry. in Mercer county, 15 
miles west of Princeton, the county 
■seat, and 3 from Pramwell, its bank- 
ing point. Exp. Southern. Tel, W 
U. T H Cooper postmaster. 

Arnott H G, express agent. 
; Coaldale Coal & Coke Co. 
* Cooper T H, Pres and GenI Mngr 
i Coaldale Coal & Coke Co and Rail- 
1 road Agent. 
: Hughes T H. tel agent. 



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COAL FORK. 

A station nn ihe Cabin Creek 
branch of the C & O Ry. in Kanawha 
county, 6^,4 miles from Acme. 



COBBS. 

A postoffice in Boone county, 15 
miles northeast from Madison, the 
county seat. 20 from Charleston, its 
nearest bank location, and 11 frorti 
Marmet, the shipping point. Mail tri 
weekly. J P Phipps postmaster. 

Beard Harry, blacksmith. 
Beard J F. general store. 
Belcher N E. grocer. 
Cobhs F B, saw mill. 
Phipps & Co, general store. 
Stephenson Samuel, general store. 



COALTON. 

Population, G.'O. Formerly known 
a~ Womelsdorff. A village on the 
Roaring Creek & Charleston R R, in 
Randolph county, 11 miles from El- 
kins, the county seat, and 12 from 
Belington, the banking point, 
phone connection. E Noble 
master. 



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Elair A C, physician. 
Corlozzi M, general store. 
Madden Martin, general store. 
Madden Peter, general store. 
Moore Cliarles L, physician. 
Pctsey Charles & Bro, general store. 
RuJienstein B H, r r agent. 
Stanton .J G, blacksmith. 
Stout Miss May, music teacher. 
Talbot t George, general store. 
Wood J C, physician. 



COBURN. 

Population. 100. A postoffice in 
Wetzel county, ;}5 miles east of New 
Martinsville, the county seat, 10 from 
Sm.ithfield. its banking point, and ? 
from Glover Gap, its shipping pcint 
Mail tri-weekl}^ W F Potts postmas 
ter. 

Fhiharty J, blacksmith and wagon 

maker. 
Lowe J W^ grocer. 
Potts W F, Contractor and Teamster. 

Taylor G W, general store. 






COALWOOD. 

Population, 700. A mining town in 
^McDowell county, 8 miles southwest 
of Welch, the county seat, banking 
and shipping point. Telephone con- 
nection. Mail daily. Avon Collier 
postmaster. 

Bolden M, carpenter. 

Collier Avon, Superintendent Va Poca 

Coal Co. 
Eads T J, carpenter. 
Harrison G W, sheriff. 
Marshall J Walter, justice. 
Smith L J, carpenter. 
Virginia Poca Coal Co, Avon Callier 

supt. 



COCO. 

A postoffice in Kanawha county. 15 
miles east of Charleston, the coimty 
seat and banking point, and 5 from 
Blue Creek, its shipping point, on thp 
C,,C & S R R. Mail semi-weekly. J 
C Ross postmaster. 

Dowler E G, carpenter. 
Moore Wilson, lumberman. 
Myers E L. general store. 
Ross J C, General Store. 
Ross J M, general store. 



COFFMAN. 

Population, .30. A farmers postof 
fice in Green'urier county, 'IV2 miles 
southwest of T.ewisburg. the county 
seat and l>anking town, and ;] from 
Ronceverte, on the C & O Ry. Mai', 
daily. H L Coffman postmaster. 



COGER. 
A station on the W Va C & P Ry. 
in Braxton county. !♦; milos north of 
Sutton, the county seat. The postal 
name is Gem. 



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COGLEY. 

A statiou on tiie B &; O R R. in Mar- 
sluiil count}-. 5 milo.s southeast of 
Cameron. 



COKELEYS. I 

Population, 411. A village in Ritchie ' 
ctnmty, 5V2 miles southwest of Harris- ' 
viile. the county seat and banUing ; 
point, and 6 from Cairo, the shipping ; 
point. Mail by special supply. ^V'' H i 
I.ayfield postmaster. i 

Layfield Bros. General Store. ! 

Rexrcad G W, physicinn. 
Westfall Rev L L (U B.) 



COKETON. 

Population, 500. On the W Va C & ; 
P Ry. in Tucker county, 12 miles east 
of Parsons, the county seat, and 1 . 
from Thomas, the banking point. Con- 1 
tain.s M E South and Baptist churches. ! 
Telephone connection. Exp, Adams, i 
Tel, \V U. C W George postmaster, i 

Buxton & Landstreet Co, H C Berry | 
mngr, general store. | 

Coketon Lumber Co. [ 

Davis Coal & Coke Co. ! 

Rumbarger Bros, general store. ! 



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And the Canadian-Australian 
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interesting countries mailed free on application. 

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COLEBANK. 

A postofhce in Preston county, 25 
miles r'rom Kingwood, the county seat, 
IS from Graiion. the nearest bank lo- 
caiiou, and 11 from Thornton, the 
nearest shipping point. Telephone 
connection. 

Bennett INIrs J P, general store. 
Rosier C W, general store. 
Rosier Jacob P, blacksmith. 
Wolf S L, flour mill. 



COLD STREAM. I 

Population, 32. Hampshire county, j 
2;^ miles east of Romney, the county ' 
seat, 23 from Winchester Va, the bank- 
ing and shipping point. Telephone I 
conne'jtion. Stage to Romney and ■ 
Winchester Va, tare $2 round trip. ■ 
Mail, daily. D PI Foreman postmaster. | 

Haines L B, General Store. i 

Horner L H. live stock. I 

McDonald .Tames H, justice. i 

Ropper C M. general store. i 

Rhodes Rev D H (Christian). j 

Riley .J p^ & Son, undertakers. j 

Sitbaugh J A. music teacher. j 

SUiijaker & Hiett, saw mill. i 



COLEMAN. 

A station on the N & W Ry, 
Wayne county, 7 miles south 
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COLDWATER. 

A country postofhce in Doddridee 
county, Ift miles southeast of West 
Union, tiie county seat, banking and 
shipping point. Mail, daily. 

Ccx George M. county commissioner. 
Cox J .J, general store. 



COLFAX. 

Population, SO. Known as Texas 
Station, on the B & O R R, is in 
Marion county, 3 miles south of Fair- 
mont, the county seat and banking 
point. Exp, IT S. Tel, W U. W H 
Hawkins postmaster. 

Colfax Brick Co. 

Colfax Red Brick Works. T B Wil- 
liams propr. 
Faber Harry, mechanic^al engiu*^«r. 
Fleming .John, saw mill. 
Hawidns E L. dairy. 
Hawkins W H, General Store. 
Irons Jo-^eph, bhicksmith. 
Irons Willis, teacher. 
Keener M A & Bros, general store. 
Phillips Rev .T J (^I P). 
Satterfield Hattie. dressmaker. 
Shaw Joshua, justice. 






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COLLIERS. 

Population. 'jOu, a viJlace on the 
P C C & St L Ry. in Brooke county, 
12 miles northeast oi "Wellsbiirg, th^ 
county seat, and 7 from SLeubenvillf 
O, the nearf^nr banking point. Exp. 
Adams. TeL W U. H R Stansburv 
postmaster. 



I COMFORT. 

' Popuhition, 100. In Greenbrier coun- 
ty. 30 miles northca-t of Lewisburg. 
i the county seat. 20 from White Sui^- 
i pliur Springs, on the C & O Ry, its 
I nearest shipping point, and 26 from 
, ^Tarlinton, its banking point. Mail, 
daily. M J Clark postmaster. 

Eikins D P, saw mill. 

E'kins D P & Son, Genera! Store. 

Kstep Charles, teacher. 
Ferrell A J. constable. 
Perrell ,J E, carpenter. 
Perdew Z, saw and grist mills. 



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Hinfhnau G If. barber and constable. 
HiiKhnan Samuel J. physiciaii and jus- 
rice. 
Hunter Bros, general store. 
Hunter Ciara. music teacher. 
Lev.-js-Findley Coal Co. 
LodersTadt Julius, shoemaker. 
Martin George, blacksmith. 
Ovrir.g.s Celia. music teacher. 
Owings \V S. gardener. 
Pan Handle Coal Co. 
pf)l)iu-on Emma, druggist. 
R'-ney B H. hotel. 
Thoriey A ,T, general store. 
Wnalen Miss B E. telegraph agent. 
Wright G A, eeneral store. 



CONAWAY. 

Population, 45. A village in Tyler 
county, 9 miles east of Middlebourne. 
the county seat and banking point, 
and (5*2 from Reader, the shipping 
point. Telephone connection. Stage 
daily to Reader, fare ."SO cents. Mail, 
daily. Harmon E Bcoher postmaster. 

Booher Joseph W & Son, Genera! 

Store. 
Fuchs Albert, blacksmith. 
Mayfield J M, hotel. 



CONCHO. 

Population, 200. A postoffice in Fa- 
yette county, on the C & O Ry, S miles 
south of Fayetteville, the county seat 
and banking point, and GO from 
Charleston. Telephone connection. 
Exp, Adams. L C Beirne postmaster. 
Spongier L C, r r and exp agent. 



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A station on the Greenbrier division 
Ol the C & O Ry. in Pocahontas coun- 
ty. S miles north of Cass. P O name 
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pr.p'i:;ir;t)n. inij, A village in Boone 
■oiinty, li miies northeast of Madison, 
the (-(^ ivj.lv yo-it and banking po'nt. 15 
soiitl'-west of Marmet, the shipping 
prdnr. au'l 22 from Charleston. Tele- 
phone conner.'rion. Mail, tri-weekly. 
D P Eikins postma.ster. 

May W R & Son, general store.. 



COLUMBUS. 

Clay county. Name changed to 

Queen Slioals. 

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CONCORD. 

"Population. 60. A country postoffice 
in Hampshire county, 32 miles south- 
east of Romney, the county seat, and 
2.] from Winchester Va, on the B & 
O R R. the shipping and banking 
point. Mail, daily. T 'M Spaid post- 
master. 

Hrill J H. fruit agent. 
Davis C B, blacksmith. 
Hnvis G F & Son. saw mill. 
Fr-mk & GritTm, flour mill. 
Ga'dand Rev (Christian). 
Gitfon I^ W. justice. 
Kclsoe I E. music teacher. 
Klinp C H, bai-ber. 
LaFollette E M, cooper. 
i^Jason C E, blacksmith. 
Mason \V B, carpenter. 



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Sarver Rev CM (M E). 
SpMid A R, teaohci'. 
Spnid C P\ cabinet maker, 
SpaiJ E T, barber. 
Spaid John W. phoem-aker. 
Spaid T M, General Store. 

CONFIDENCE. 

Population. 200. Putnam county, oU 
miles north of Win field, the couniy 
seat. and the same distance from Red 
House Shoals, on the K & M Ry (Ohio 



Central Lines), its shipping 
Charleston. 23 miles southeast, 
nearest bankins: point. Mail, 
C C Harmon postmaster. 
Farrar Rev C M (Baptist). 
Harmon C C. General Store. 
Hannon J H. justice. 
Hartman Geore^ \V. dentist. 
Older J B, grist mill. 
Older J E. carpenter. 
Parkins Mrs Lottie H, milliner. 



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CONFLUENCE. 

t'opulation, 1.^0. A village on the 
B &; O R R. in Le^vis county, 16 miles 
south of Weston, the cotinty seat and 
nearest bankins: p^^int. Railroad name 
is Orlando. Telephone connection. 
Exp. U S and B & O. Tel, W V. F 
M Blake postmaster. 

Blake F M, Grocer. 

Bock George W, pres Board of Edu- 
cation. 

Carney 3>r V, justice. 

Confluence Milling Co (Milton 
Butcher, M A Rush. G W Bennett). 

Donelson .James, shoemaker. 

Poster W B. blacksmith. 

'"rainer Rev L (U B). 

Kennedv P F. general store. 

Moran M V. furniture. 

Moran «fe Tullev, general store. 

Morrison A. photographer. 

Panner ?iT P. blacksmith. 

Rush M A. aoneral store. 

Rush &. :\[cOaA'. undrrtakers. 

Summers J P. £:onpral store. 

CONGO. 

Population. 70. Also kno^vn as Ham- 
iltontown. On the Ohio river and P C 
C & St L Ry. in Hancock county. 9 
miles north of New Cumberland, the 
county seat, and 1 from Wellsville O. 
the bankin2: point. Telephone connec- 
tion, fna Williamson postmaster. 



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CONINGS. 

Population. <6\). In Gilmer county, 
l.> miles north of Glenville, the coun- 
tv seat and banking point, and 18 
from Tollgate on the B & O R R, the 
sliipping point. Telephone connection. 
Mail, daily. A J Rymer postmaster. 

Brannor Pink, live stock. 
Burton E J &■ Co, meats. 
Burton Hedge, barber. 
Burton James, mason. 
Eckles ^^'m, miller. 
Flosher Wm H, planing mill. 
Gredhous Henry, blacksmith. 
Keister W H, hotel and mill. 
Law C C. veterinary surgeon. 
Lewis O H P. surveyor. 
Matheny A W. meats. 
Matheny Joseph, live stock. 
Matheny M S. live stock. 
Miller t A, cooper. 
Monepenny E] L, teamster. 
Rymer A J, Life insurance Agent. 
llymer H L & Son, live stock. 
Rymer H W, general store. 
Thompson J A. shoemaker. - 
-oung G & Co. general store. 



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CONRAD. 

A postafBce in Nicholas county. 10 
miles northeast of Summersville, the 
county seat and banking point, and 
20 from Lanes Bottom, the shipping 
point. Mail, tri-weekly. 

Curry A B, general store. 
Hanna C L, blacksmith. 

CONSOLIDATED. 

A station on tho Huntington divi- 
sion of the (' & O Ry., in Fayette 
county. 



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Population. 200. a postoflice in 
Nicholas county. 13 miles southeast of 



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Summers ville, the county ?eat and 
fjankinir point, and I'l from Richwood. 
the nearest shippins; point. Mail, by 
special supply. H :^I Cook po.stmaster. 

Beckner J D, music teacher. 

Church & Co, agrricultural impk-ments 

and li^'e stock. 
CooU & Lilly, jewelers. 
Odell &; Tomlinson. saw mill. 



I Shock Albert, justice. 

i Skidmore .John, blacksmith. 

Smith (!i Sons, flour mill. 

Stout Wm A, commissioner board of 
; education. 

Stout & Co, millers. 

Stump D P. general store. 

Wilcox J H, stone mason. 

Wilson D R. carpenter. 

• CCPENHAVER. 

Population. 100. In Kanawha coun- 
ty. 11 miles northeast of Charleston, 
the county seat. shipi)ing and banking 
] point. Mail, tri-weekly. James H Pau- 
ley postmaster. 

' Pauley James H, General Store. 
\ Pauley L V, blacksmith. 

Smith W W. justice. 
1 Wehrle M, physician. 



COOL SPRING. 

A station on the Little Kanawha R 
R, m Wood county, 12 miles south- 
east of Parkersburg. 



CORBIN. 

A discontinued postoffice in Wood 
county. Rural free delivery from 
Waverly. 



1 ^ ^ COOPERS. 

i NJJ^I Population. GOr». An incorporated 
I < 's^ ^<^^n on the X Sc W Ry, in Mercer 
! S pN ! county. 15 miles west of Princeton, the 
',2i\^ ; county seat, and l^^. from Bramwell. 
i/^*^ %. its banking {)oint. Telephone connec- 
i ^ Lji cion. Exp. Southern. Tel. W U. Ed- 
j ^ v*' "^vard Cooper postmaster. 

Mill Creek Coal & Coke Co. 
Shenpard J M, physician. 
Ward E L. exp and r r agt. 
Ward MiSs Ruth, tel agt. 
Williams George, general store. 



CORCORAN. 

A farmers' postoffice in Randolph 
county. 7 miles northeast of Elkins. 
the county seat, banking and shipping 
point. Mail, tri-weekly. 



CORDOVA. 

i Population. 2''iO. A village in Green- 
; brier county. 32 miles north of Lewis- 
j burg, the county seat and banking 
I point, and 15 from Renick. the ship- 
I ping point. Mail, tri-weekly. H B 
' Christian postmaster and general 
: store. 



COPEN. 
In Braxton county, ir, niiles north 
r>f Sutton, the countv seat, 7 from 
B'irnsvill.?. the banking point. Coger 
4'^-2 miles distant, is . .<:? shinping 
point. [Mali, daily. J W Metheny post- 
master. 

Bennett G A. general store. 
Bond — . ])hysician. 
Cordis. ]j H. carpen+p-r. 
Davis W T, gunsmith. 
Howeii .1 W. blacksmith. 
Howell T H. carpenter. 
Knabb John, stave mill. 
Metheny J W, General Store. 



I CORE. 

I Population. lt"H\ a postoffice in Mo- 
nongalia countv. 11 miles northwest of 

; Morgantown. the county seat, bank- 
ing and shipping point. Randall. 7 
miles distant, is also used as a ship- 

: ping point. Telephone connection. 

■ Stage daiiv to Blacksville and Ran- 

I dall. :Mail. daily. Charles H Core 

j postmaster. 

j Blaker J E. tel a^rent. 

I Cook A J. carpenter. 

I Core Benjamin <fc S(Mi. live stock. 

'■ Core Bros, General Store and Feed. 

j Core H R, teacher. 



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Coro Harry M-. fertilizers. 
Core Plummer. notary. 
Davis Win, contractor. 
Fox John, blacksmith. 
Fox & Core, produce. 
Hunter H D. oil ganger. 
Lemley L & D E, live stock. 
McClure S A, oil operator. 
Masters G, oil ganger. 
Rock Bottom Oil Co. 
Wabash Oil Co. 



CORINTH. 

Population, 300. On the B & O R 
R, in Preston county, 15 miles south- 
east of Kingwood. the county seat, and 
4 from Terra Alta, the nearest bank 
location. Telephone connection. Exp, 
B & O and U S, Ed B Fuller post- 
master. 

Ashby W C. meat market. 
DeWitt Wm. blacksmith. 
Fichtner M L, physician. 
Freeland D O, general store. 
Fuller C S, general store. 
Nordeck James B, saw mill. 
Oakland Coal & Coke Co. 
Smoot Coal Mining Co. 
Taylor J B, exp and r r agt. 
Uphold Smith, general store. 



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Real Estate, Investments, Promotions, 

801 Piitsburgh Bank for Savings Building, 
PITTSBURG H, PA. 
Phone: Bell 2798 Court, 



Prince J \V, jeweler. 

Rose J M & Co, General Store. 

Windle J W, blacksmith. 









CORK. 

A rural postofhce in Tyler county, 
12 miles east of Middleliourne. the 
county seat and banking point, and 8 
from Galmish. on the B & O R R, its 
shipping point; Mail, tri-weekly. Syl- 
vester Tennant postmaster. 

Gray James, general store. 
Hedley S M. blacksmith. 
Lemasters & Brohard, general store. 
Stone, King & Thompson, general 

store. 
Tennant Sylvester, Farmer. 



CORLISS. 

Population, loo. A rural postoffice 
in P'ayette county, 24 miles east of 
Fayetteville, tlie county seat and usual 
banking point, and 5 from Cliff Top, 
its shipping point. TelG;)hone connec- 
tion. Mail, daily. O I) Amick. post- 
master and road commissioner. 

Adams Rev W H (Baptist). 
Fox & Seby, general store. 
Haynes L O, prin of Normal School. 
Shawver Z V, physician. 
Withroe Jack, blacksmith. 



CORN. 

A discontinued postoffice in Mason 
county. Mail to Butler. 



CORLEY. 

A country postoffice in Braxton 
county, 12 miles northeast of Sutton, 
the county seat and banking point, 
and from Heaters, the nearest ship- 
ping point. Mail, daily. J M Rose 
postmaster. 

Adkison B H, corn mill. 
Gibson George R, justice. 
Herron M F Co, general stoi-e. 



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A postoffice in Grant county, 5 miles 
wesc of Petersburg, the county seat 
and banking point, and 50 from 
Keyser, the nearest shipping poini. 
Telephone connection. Stage daily to 
Petersburg, fare 15c, and Keyser, 75c. 
Mail, tri-weekly. J P Kemp postmas- 
ter. 

Rohrbaugh \V H, general store. 



CORNSTALK. 

F'opulation, 150. Also known as 
Stringtown. In Greenbrier county. 15 
miles north from Leiwsburg. the coun- 
ty seat and banking point, and 19 from 
Ronceverte, the shipping point. Tele 
phone connection. Stage daily to 
Ronceverte. fare $1.5<». Mail, daily. J 
L Campbell postmaster. 

Bolton C M, live stock. 



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Campbell J L, General Store. 
Garner James, liackmaii. 
Harrali Co, general store. 
Harrali <k, AlcCluii§\ iuniber mnfrs. 
Reason Edward, blacksmith. 
Hinkle Harr}', carpenter, 
juay Elmer, barber. 
July Jolin, carpenter. 
Jiuly \Vm, coopt^r. 
Kinkaid Renick, justice. 
Pollock \Vm. mason. 



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CORNWALLIS. 

Poimiation, 1-50. On the B & O R 
R, in Ritchie county, 5 miles north- 
west of Harrisviile, the county seat, 
and 3 from Cairo, its banking point. 
Has Methodist Episcopal and Catholic 
churches. Telephone connection. Exp, 
U S. Tel, W U. M D Barnett post- 
master. 

Earnett M D, General Store. 

Carpenter John, carpenter. 
GrifRn James, exp, r r and tel agent. 
McAtee Mrs Mary, boarding hcuse. 
Marshall J N, general store. 
Mullen Mary, boarding house. 
Naughton Michael, stonemason. 
Roliins A C. general store. 
Satterfield & Hudbins, teaming. 
Smith Mrs F M, rau;>ic teacher. 



CORTLAND. 

In Tucker county. 2'-* miles south- 
east of I'arsons, the county seat, and 
fj from Davis, it banking and shipping 
point. Mail, tri-v/eekly. 



COS. 

A country postoffice in Upshur 
county, 9 miles east of Buckhannon, 
the county seat, banking town and 
'^h.ipping station. Mail tri-weekly. 
Jacob Campbell postmaster. 



Campbell Jacob, General Store. 
Crires Daniel, general store. 
Jack C, general store. 
Kmkade A H. miller. 
Leyman A P, general store. 
Rodabcugh B, justice. 
Welcli John, blacksmith. 
Werner R L, miller. 
While L L, coal miner. 
Yoctim Ed, general store. 



COTTAGEVILLE. 

Population, 2(Mt. A village on .the 
B & O R R, in Jackson county, 10 
Morrison Jerome, blacksmith, 
miles northwest of Ripley, the county 
seat. Has M E and U B churches, a 
bank and flour mill. Telephone con- 
nection. Exp, Adams. C M Chalfant 
postmaster. 

Barber S L, physician. 

Barnett K, grocer. 

Bibble W, druggist. 

Bush J K, blacksmith. 

Chaifant C M, Hardware. 

Diinlap J S, hotel. 

Dun lap John, shoemaker. 

Fisher Rev 3 A (U B.) 

Harpokl J H. agricultural implements. 

Harrison Benjamin E, physician. 

Lawmill J C, general store. 

McCoy C F, general store. 

Miller John ISl. cashier Union Bank. 

Price Abe. general store. 

Rhodes D \V, flour mill. 

Rhodes & iMiller. real estate. 

Roberts Mrs Eva L, millinery. 

3ayre Isaac, tinner. ' ';. 

Thomas E J, justice. 

Fresize C E, harnessmaker. 

Union Bank, John M. Aliller cashier. 

Warner Miss Clara, express agent. 

Webster M J, lawyer. 



COTTON. 

A postcffice fn Ronne county, 24 
miles soutli of Spencer, the county 
seat and br.nking point, and 6 from 
Clendenin, the shipping point. Mail 
daily. 



COTTON HILL. 

Population, 2o. A postoffice on the 
C & O Ry, in Fayette county. 8 miles 
northwest of Fayetteville. the county 
seat and banking point, and 40 from 



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.1 (; Parks postmaster. 
L,ecti R C,exp, r r and tel agent. 
Parks J G, Genera! Store. 



COUNTSVILLE. 

A country pnstnffice in Koane ccun- 
fy. 12 miles scurhv.-est of Spencer, the 
couDty seat, banking and shipping 
point. Mai] , daily. :Mrs. Leila D 
Searcher postmistress. 

Curry Wm, live stock. 
Ferrell Wm, live stock. 
Hughes L S, live stock. 
Kyle D C, justice. 
Parker Wm. live stock, 
i-^tarcher M, general store. 
S'A'isher .John, live stock, 
Wliited Dct, live stock. 



J. C. REiLlY, Pres. H. P. HWS, Vice Pres. 
F. T. LAUINGER, Sec'y and Tieas. 

FREEHOLD REAL ESTATE COMPANY, 

334 Fourth Avenue, 

1st Floor Times Bldg., Pittsburg, Pa. 
DIRE-CTORS: 

J.D. Cailery, M. K. fflcMullin. J.C.Rei!iy, L. V;^s?ck, 
Charles Donnelly. W. ¥. Cailery. O.A.Rtsd, H.P.Haas. 
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McGinn is Ira A. general store 
Mankin J A, general store. 
Tabor &; Son. general store. 
Webb A W, General Store a 
Webb James F, physician. 



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COVE CREEK. 

Population. 54. A village in Wayne 
county. 15 miles southeast of Wayne, 
the county seat anrl banking point, 
and 7 from Radnor, the shipping 
point. Mail daily. William Frasher 
postmaster. 

Frasher L & Co, General Store. 

Queen Wiley, grist mill. 



COVE GAP. 

Population. 50. A postcffice in 
Wayre county, 20 miles southeast of 
Wayne, the county seat and banking 
town, and 15 northeast of Duniow, its 
shipping point. IMail daily. 

Adkins Ravbtirc. general store. 



COVE RUN. 
A station on the B & O R R. in 
iiarbour county. 11 miles south of 
Oral ton, P O name is Johnson. 



COVEY. 

Population. 300. A postoffice in Ra- 
leigh county. 24 miles from Beckley. 
thp' county seat and banking point, and 
24 from Raleigh, the shipping point. 
Mail, daily. James A Pettry postmas- 
ter. 

I>aniel L M. general store. 
Hurst J C, physician. 
Hurst P G. phvsician. 
Hurst w F, blacksmith. 



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COW EN. 

Population, 257. An incorporated 
town on the B & O R R, in Webster 
county, 14 miles southwest of Webster 
Springs, the county seat and banking 
point, and 190 trom Wlioelmg. Tele- 
plioae connection. Stage dally to 
Webster Springs during the summer, 
fare $1. E.vp, U S. Tel. W U. 
Rachel F. Pierson postmistress. 

Berthy J N & Co, general store. 

Debarr T M, lumber.. 

Fielding Rose, hotel. 

Flesher John, carpenter. 

Fiesher N E, carpenter. 

Goft A L, general store and planing 
mill. 

GreyO E, r r. exp and tel agent. 

Harold G A & Co, general store. 

Harold J H, hotel. 

Hollister N F, agent. 

Huffman Rev L J (Baptist.) 

Kesler D P. physician. 

Lemley S K, baroer. 

Mooney J C. shoemaker. 

Reaser A J «& Co, confectioners. 

Richmond Rev Taylor (M E.) 

Roby M C, carpenter. 

Ros-:^ J F, carpenter. 

Smith J F, hotel. 

Smoot Lumber Co. saw mill. 

Stainaker S W Sc Bro, general store. 

Sutton F J,, justice. 
; Vance A \V & Co. lyic-.cksmiths. 

Weese J W, blacksmith." 
; Woods J E. harnessm.akcr. 
! Woods N E, shoemaker. 
1 Woods W R. gen(M"al store. 
i Woods «t Cook man. general srore. 

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COX'S LANDING. 
Population, 100. On the Ohio 
river, and the Ohio river division of 
the B & O K R, in Cabell county, 10 
miles northeast of Huntington, the 
county seat and banking town. Exp, 
Adams. W T Cox postmaster. 

Carter C, constable. 

Cox C E. general store. 

Cox W T. Live Stock and Railroad 

Agent. 
Dickey C C, saw ridll. 
Howard H A. flour mill. 
Miller E. carpenter. 
Sanns H V. physician. 
Smith M, justice. 



CRAIG. 

A station on the N & W Ry, in 
Wayne county, 3 miles north ui 
Wayne. 



Cl^AlGMOOR. 

A postoffice in Harrison county, S'- 
miles southeat-t of Clarksburg, tb^' 
county seat, banking and shipping 
point. Telephone connection. Stag^j 
daily to Clarksburg and Peel Tree. 
Mail, daily. John F Johnson post- 
master. 

Bartlett S R, justice. 
Blair M F, painter. 
Dix Joab, mill. 
Johnson John F, Blacksnilth. 
McGinnis J B, notarv'. 
Nutter George, painter. 
Patton G B, general store. 
Patton John, live stock. 
Paugh J B. carpenter. 
Propst W T, constable. 




COX'S MILLS. 

Population. 200. A postoffice in Gil- 
mer county, 11 mih/s north of Glenville. 
the county seat. 6 from Auburn, the 
banking town, and 25 from ToUgate, 
on the B & O R R, ^ne shipping point. 
Telephone connection. ^Nlaii, twice 
daily. Wra S Clark postmaster. 

Bush A K. carpenter. 
Bush H C, stone mason. 
Clark Wm S. Atiorney-at-Law. 
Cox O P & Son. general store. 
Emerson T H, blacksmith. 
Heckert & Co. corn mill. 
Morgan J L. music teacher. 
Walton Henderson, chair maker. 
Wright N D & W P, general store. 



CRAJGSVILLE. 

I Population, 250. Nicholas county, 15 
_ miles east of Summersville, the coun- 
I ty seat and banking point, and 6 from 
i Camden-on-Gauley, its shipping point. 
: It is on the daily stage route from 
; Camden-on-Gauley to Summersville. 

Blankenship Mrs T W, general store. 
Huff W D. general store. 
• Morton W E, justice. 
Ward xMrs E D. general store. 



CRANBERRY. 
A station "on the B & O R R. in 
Nicholas coimty, :^1 miles north of 
Richwood. P O names is Woodbine. 



COYNER. 

A station on the Greenbrier divi- 
sion of the C »& O Ry, in Pocahontas 
county, IG miles north of MarJinton. 



CRADDOCK. 

A station on the B <fc O R R. in Ran- 
dolph county, 7 miles north of Elkins. 



CRANESVILLE. 

Population, 80. A postoffice in Pres- 
ton county, 14 miles northeast of 
Kingwood, the county seat, and 'J 
north of Terra Alta. its banking and 
shipping point. Telephone connection. 
C W Cramer postmaster. 

Albright E G. live stock. 
Atkinson Charles, painter. 
Cramer Charles W. Jeweler and Car- 
penter. 
Dunham J H, physician. 
Friend Rev Henry (Methodist), 



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.-"nri'lers M W, painter. 
Trt't C G, saw mill. 



CRANY. 

A pnstoflice in Wroming county, 8^2* 
suih's northeast of Oceana, the county 
.sr.it. and 28 from Davy, on the N & 
W Ry, its nearest shipping point. 
M.ill, (laiJy. Daniel Gunnoe postmas- 

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C'rinterbiiry G S, blacksraith. 
(J'limoe B B. music teacher. 
Gunnuc Daniel, general store. 
(I'.uinoe James A, blacksmith. 
Walker Jacob, blacksmith. 



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Telephone connection. Mail, daily. 
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CRAWFORD. 

I'opiHation, 12. Also known as Pin- 
h(K>k. In Lewis county, 1») miles south 
t»f We^^ton, the county &eat and bank- 
iuJi point, and S from Arnold, its ship- 
ping point. Telephone connection. 
Mali, daily. George Lanham, post- 
master. 

Burt J A, phj'sician. 

K.igon R F, physician. 

I{"rner Ivy. milliner. 

HMUghton G "C & Vv' II, carpenters. 

r{.>ughton J N, shoemaker. 

f.int.^er Rev L F (U B). 

McCutchan R H, hotel. 

Moore, Mick & Co, flour mill. 

Piu-t C L, general store. 

I*<'tts H B, general store. 

Simmons C, hotel. 

Suumons J G, blacksmith. 

Wiison J W, mason. 



CREEK. 
Also known as Reed's Creek. A 
country postoffice in Pendleton coun- 
ty, 12 miles north of Franklin, the 
county seit and banking point, and 4 
south of Keyser, the nearest shipping 
point. Telephone connection. ^slail 
by special supply. Alice Roberson 
postmistress, 

Bennet Henry, music teacher. 
Hopkins J J, physician. 
Kile Hugh, physician. 
Teter George, live stock. 



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Population, l."'i. In Greenbrier coun- 

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CRESCENT. 

On the C & O Ry, in Fayette coun- 
ty, 23 miles northwest of Fayettevilie. 
the county seat, 1 from 3.Iontgomery, 
the banking point, and 2S irom 
Ciiariesron. Exp, Adams. Tel. W U. 
W R Johnson postmaster, coal opera- 
tor and general store. 



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CRESTON. 

Population, 150. A village on the 
Little Kanawha river, in Wirt coun- 
ty, li miles southeast of Elizabeth, 
the <.'Ounty seat and banking pcint. 
Siiip via Little Kanawha river from 
i'alestine. 

Hiankenship PI, blacksmith. 
Gcu-'.'on C, general store. 
Morrison C M. general store. 
Smith J N, hotel. 



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CRETE. 

A country postoffice in Wavne coun- 
ty, ^] miles nortlie-ist or Wayne, the 
county seat, banking and shipping 
point, and 20 south ol Huntington. 
Mail, semi- weekly. S F Hatten post- 
master, 

Blankenship R L. attorney. 
Copley W S, saw mill. 
Crocket Rev S. 
Ferguson C W, flour mill. 
Ferguson H F, miller. 
Fraley AV H, general store. 
Hatten S f, General Store. 
McSweeney James, blacksmith, 
Ross George, barber. 
Ptoss J ^l, blacksmith. 
Stephens Rev J E. 
Stevens W R, blacksmith. 
Stilkins F M, r r commissioner. 



CRIMSON SPRINGS. 

A postoffice in Monroe county, !) 
miles southeast of Union, the county 
seat anil banking point, and 20 from 
Fort Springs, the nearest shipping 
point. Mail, tri-weekly. R A Hall 
postmaster. 

Hall R A. justice. 

Wiseman Stephen, grist mill. 



CRISP. 

Population. 25. Also known as Jones- 
town. A village in Pleasants county, 
:} miles from St Marys, the county 
seat, shipping and banking point. Tel- 
ephone connection. Stage to St ^Marys, 
fare 50c. Mail, daily. Albert Jones 
postmaster and general store. 



CRITES. 



; A discontinued postoffice in Putnam 
i county. 



CROOK. 

Population, 75. In Boone county, Ih 
miles southeast of Madison, the coun- 
ty seat, and 35 from Marmet. its ship- 
ping station, on the C & O Ry. 
Charleston is the banking point. Mai! 
to Van. 

White L J, general store. 



CRICKARD. 

A postoffice wdthin the corporate 
limits of :Mill Creek. I P Russell post- 
master. See Mill Creek tor business. 



CRICKMER. 

Population, 300. Also known as 
Walker's Mill. A village in Fayette 
county, -0 miles southeast of Fayette- 
vil1e, the county seat, 19 from Hin- 
toa, tlio nearebi bank location, and 9 
from Meadow Creek, the nearest ship- 
j)ing point. Has a Baptist church. 
Daily mail stage to Meadow Creek. 
R H Harrah postmaster. 

Fawcet W P. physician. 
Fincher George, live stock. 
Fink Rev N (Baptist). 
Harrah R H, General Store. 
]Martin John, live stock. 
Walker George, live stock. 
Walker L L, saw mill. 



i CROSBY. 

j Population, 350. A postoffice in 
! Clay « ounty, 18 miles southwest of 
' Clay, the county seat and banking 
\ point, and 9 from Belva. the shipping 
i point. Mail, daily. J H Bird posc- 
I master. 

\ Bird James H, General Store. 

' Elliott J D, school teacher and gen- 

; era] store. 

i Elliott l.,ydia. general store. 

I Holcomb F L. general store. 

; Jones A C. blacksmith. 

I ]Sloore J M. lawyer. 

I Morris Frazier. fruit tree agent. 

i Morris J B, figured wood. 

j ]VIorton P W, lumber mnfr, 

i Pritt G W, grain. 



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I'r-ss.s G S, general store. 
li:ur J W, general store. 



CROW. 

INjpulation, l'»<i. A village on the 
r,;atlt' Creek 6z Raleigh R R, in 
Kah'igh county. S^2 miles east of 
};. rUloy. thf county seat and banking 
[■••lui. Teh-'phone connection. Doug- 
Li .-s Scott jHjsimaster. 

'»';ur G W, saw mill. 

H'-usou J & Bros, saw mill. 

Hntgg Garfield, blacksmith. 

r:nrow Andrew, shoemaker. 

H'-nue W \V, teacher. 

fiaieigh Lumber Co, general store. 

Kv-ddt'n M M, physician. 



CROWN CITY FERRY. 

A station on the Ohio River division 
('{ tne B «& O R R. in Cabell county. 
.''. miles southwest of Point Pleasant. 



CROWN HILL. 

Population, TOO. A village on the 
Kanawha river and C & O Ry. in 
Kanawha county. 20 miles southeast 
• ; Charleston, the county seat and 
'-taking town. Exp, Adams. Tele- 
i*hoae connection. \V F Hays post- 
luaster. 

B*Mmont Coal Co. 

iviui table Coal Co. 

Harisrord J H, physician. 

Hays W F. Express and Ticket Agent. 

i'^Aiit-e Coal Co. 



CROW SUMMIT. 
^ Population, 30. A village on the R. 
^' ^- G R R, in .Jackson county. 7 
t:i:^^s northwest of Riph^y. the county 
-'•i*. ♦'. from. Ravpnswood, the near- 
* -t hanking point, and 36 from Par- 
k-r^hurg. Exp, Adams. A F Bun- 
^-urd r>'»tmaster. 

^i^r^gard C B, Genera! Store. 
^'' iMiiard & Crow, undertakers. 
*■ '-..) A \{ physician. 
' " -'u c E. exp and r r agt. 
« .rry W f. V. physician. 
Harirui Will, g.-noral store. 



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CRUMPS BOTTOM. 

In Summers county, 1-5 miles south 
of Hinton, tne county seat, shipping Es^ssfkiaa 
station and nearest banking point. 
Mail, daily. 



CRYSTAL. 

A station on the Cabin Creek branch 
of the N & W Ry, in Mercer county, 8 
miles from Bramweii. P O name is 
Godfrey, 



CUBA. 

A village in .Jackson county, 15 
miles north of Ripley, the county seat, 
5 east of Sherman, iLs shipping point, 
7 northeast of Ravens wood, the near- 
est banking point. Mail, daily. J R 
Siaven i:)ostmasttr;r. 

Perry C T, shoemaker. 
Slaven F L, blacksmith. 
Siaven J R, General Store. 



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CUBANA. 

Population, 12.3. A village in Ran- 
dolph county, 30 miles southwest of 
Elkins, the county seat and banking 
point, and 5 from Ten Mile, the ship- 
ping point. Mail, tri-weekly. L J 
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CUCUMBER. 

A country postofh'-e in McDowell 
county, 2.3 miles soutli of Welch, the 
county seat, and 15 from Tazewell, 
Va., the banking and shipping point. 
J I) Brewster postmaster. 

Brewster G W, physician. 
Brewster j D, General Store. 

CULLODEN. 

Population. loO. On th.e C & O Ry, 
•in Cabell county, 2:i miles east of 



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Haurinc^ron. tuh county seat, 2 from 
Hurricane, tne banking- point, and 27 
tr..un ._ iiarieston. Telephone connec- 
tion. Kxp, Adams. L R White post- 
master. 

Clia-:i:ian J G, general store. 

Hec;; F E, general store. 

-McCalr.ster .James, blacksmith. 

}iIcCa'liscer W H, bnck and tile. 

Rayhiii \V L. geiierai store. 

So wards L F, teacher. 

White L R, Express and Railroad 

Ag>-nt and Saw Mill. 
Wilkinson ct Bowles, general store. 



R, in Nicholas county, IG mfles east of 
Summersville, the county seat, and :i 
from Richwood, the nearest bankinu- 
point, Exp, U S. Dennis iMcNeill 
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Rudy G W, exp. r r and tel agt. 



CURTIS. 

A station on the B & O R R, in 
Webster county, 52 miles south of 
Weston. 



CUNARD, 

A station on the Greenbrier New 
Ri\ er iiranrh of the C & O Ry. in Fay 
ette count V, 7 miles from Thurmonc). 



CUTLIPS. 

' Population. 20n. aU^o known as Cut- 
lipsville, A village in Braxton coun- 

i ty, 12 miles north of Sutton, the coun- 

I ty seat and banking ^own. and G from 
Cog'er, on the B ^' O R R, the nearest 

; shipping point. Telepnone connection. 

I Mail, daily. E W Cutlip postmaster. 

! Cutlip E W, General Store. 

I Duflield H C, general store. 

' Flafner J I, grist mill, grocer and 

hotel. 
I Henderson & Henderson, saw mill. 
; .Tack A L. live stock. 

Knabb John & Co. stave mnfrs. 
I Rexroad Minor, errist mill. 






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CURRY. 

A posfofhce in Logan county. 10 
miles nortli of Logan, the county seat 
and banking point, and 2'^» from Din- 
gess, the sliipping point. Mail, semi- 
weekly. Glcophas Sanders postmaster. 

Balilwin Fieldon. general store. 
Bark"er Frank, carpenter. 
Bif="vins C B. physician. 
Blevins -Tames, wagonraaker. 
TMe^'ins .James W. cooper. 
Craddoc .T W, nsason. 
Ciirry Aili-on. stone mason. 
C'lrrr j.> ;);:tniin. mason. 
Garrett Peter, blacksmith. 
Hainer L T). lumber. 
Hill Budd. ii-eneral store. 
.b'ffr-y \]i]r/>n, tnu:;ir t^-acher. 
Sanders C'eophas. Blacksmith. 
S'indor=^ F C, general store. 
Sanders -T W, hnnt/er. 



CURTIN. 
Population, 4im). On the B & O R 



i CUZZART. 

I Population, 200. A village in Pres- 
' ton county, 13 miles northeast of 
; Kingwood. the county seat, and r- 
■ from Terra Alta, the nearest shipping 
; point. Banking facilities at botli 
; places. Telephone connection. Mail, 
; daily. A S Chidester postmaster. 

': Chidester A S, General Store and 

[ Farmer. 

i Chidester I N. live stock. 

j Crane W S, live stock. 

! Crane Wm A, live stock. 

I Deal .J H, veterinary surgeon. 

I P^ather D S. live stock. 

; Fickey Peter, contractor. 

i Francis Wm. coal. 

j Groves .1 W. live stock. 

j Guthrie A S, contractor. 

I Kelley George A, justice. 

i Kelly ,T ,T. general store. 

I Kelly J N, general store. 

! Kelly .T S. constable. 

i Livengood I) S, live stock. 

; Livengood E S. music teacher. 



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Derricks, Portable fiigs, iVooden ConduGtors 
and Wood Work of Every Ce-cnption. 

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Kodeheavc'i' G H, iloui linll. 
Smith John, live stock. 
Strawser Elmer, live stock. 
Sirawsor P. live stock. 
Turney Ezra, live stock. 
Wolf \\' A, stonemason. 



j CYCLONE. 

/] Population. GO. A village in Logan 
' county. 18 miles southeast of Logan. 
•; the county seat and banking point. ;.0 
,. from Dingess. the nearest shipping 
'point. Has Baptist and ^Methodist 
'Ichurches. Mail, daily. E A Hinch- 
llioan postmaster. 



Allen D. phvsician. 
Claypool J F, carpenter. 
(Maypool .John, general sotre. 
Cole & Crane, timber. 
Cook C F & A H, lu'.nher. 
Cook D H, general store. 
Cook Rev W H H (Baptist). 
Hinchman L D, grain and live stock. 
Jackson Buren, music teacher. 
Kerby John, saw mill. 
AfcDonald Millard, general store. 
McGinnis W L, justice. 
Toles James, general store. 



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M A country postoffice in Roane coi 
y . jtv. 7 miles southwest of Spencer, t 

iJ-j county seat, banking and shippi 

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Argabeite W L & Co, general store. 



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CZAR. 

I A country postofRce in Randolph 
county, 40 miles southwest of Elkins. 
the countv seat, 28 from Buckhannon. 
the nearest bank location, and ri'^w 
from Newlonton. the shipping point. 
Mail, daily. A D Lewis postmaster 
and general store. 



ij DAHMER. 

';| A country postoffice in Pendleton 
■/bounty, 8. miles south of Franklin, the 
^'^onnty seat and bankine: point. Hrr- 
' risonburg, W Va o.3 miles distant, is 
' the nearest shipping point. Mail, tri- 
' weekly. J G Dahmer postmaster. 

Rowers David, shoemaker. 
Bowers M E, carpenter. 
Bowers Zach. blacksmith. 



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Dahmer J G. Justice. 

Dahmer .John, readier. 

Eye David, live stock. 

Mitchell Samuel, fruit tree agent. 

Propst E H. constable. 

Probst Lewis., hunter. 

Puffenbarger Harrison, mason. 



DAiLEY. 

Population. 70. A village in Jeffer- 
son. 3 miles southeast Charles Town, 
the county seat, banking and shipping 
point. Rural free delivery from 
Charles Town. 

Dailey John W. general store. • 
Kline Charles D, contractor. 
Turner G H, flour mill. 



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DAISY. 

A small settlement in Wood county, 
8 miles south of Parkersburg, the 
county sear, banking and shipping 
point. Rural free delivery from Park- 
ersburg. 

Cook B F. live stock and genl store. 

Diem H, physician. 

Logs don B F. general store. 

Myers C W, music teacher. 

Ruble W H. justice. 

Windland W A, general store. 



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Population, .'00. In W<^tzel county, 
L5 miles east of New Martinsville, the 
county seat, banking and shipping 
point. Mail daily. 

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Jackson S W. cenerai store. 

Kid(i B F, saloon. 

^Martin & Aloxander. general store. 

Xewell Charles, s^rocer. 

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A rural postofRce in Tvler roiinty, ; 
2n miles southeast of Middlebonrne, j 
"^ I the rounty scat and bankine: point. ; 

C"^ nnd 7 from Jacksonburg. on the B & ; 
i3j O R R, the nearest shipping point. | 
im "^.g, Mail semi-weekly, William Lj'cns, i 
\y ^ postmaster. | 

^S r^ Fordham J A, carpenter. ! 

1^^ C^ Lyons Wiiliam, General Store and \ 

^ Mason. \ 

'Lyons & Wilson CWm Lyons, J N Wil- '■ 
^ionL saw and grist mill. 
^IcCarty J E. carpenter. i 

O^ ^ McTntyre S J, carpenter and music 
i^seas* ^ teacher. 

^^^ 2! -^^^"^ ^^^^ David r Methodist.)' 
Riblar C L. phvsician. 

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Ilorr R C, livery. 

Kimmms E L, notary. 
I Kirk John A, blacksmith. 
I McAfee F A, Dentist. 
i McCoilum L. grocer. 
I McNeill H B, wagon builder. 
I McWhorter H'M, hotel and furniture 
i dealer. 

! McWhorter Samuel, undertaker. 
I Malcomb Rev J H (Presbyterian) 
I MarshPll Bros, teaming. 
! Morfeth Sr Hay. saw mill. 
i 01("->:im Wiley, blacksmith. 
j Patterson W A. band leader. 
I Pffttison & Gitiings, well diggers. 
i Perry Rev A D (M E.) 

Ray J T. huckster. 

Richey 3 T S: Son. live stock. 

Rypn I W. painter and naper hanger. 

T?vnii T M. cabinet maker. 

Thompson L C. buggies and harness- 
Whit'^ & Holmes, saw mill. 

Wirt W M, picture frames. 



DALLISON. 

A rural postoffif^e in Wood county. 
12 miles east of Parkersburg. the 
cou.nty seat, banking and shipping 
point. Mail daily. 



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DAMERON. 

A discontiniied postoffice in Ri 
county. Mail to Glomera. 



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DAN. 

A station on the Greenbrier divis- 
ion of the C & O Rv. in Pocohontas 
countv. 7 miles south of IVTarlinton. 
Also known as Beaver Creek. 



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DALLAS. 

Population, 190. Also known as 
Hanev Town, a village in Marshall 
r ccimty. 18 miles nori-lioa^^t of Mounds- 
^eai £« ville, t>^e county se-n. >< from Point 
CD ^^^^'^- ^^^ shipping: station. West 
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("^ Trladeiphia, fare 2 5c, 
-w- A McAfee postmaster. 

"**" Abercrorabie J W. physician. 

;* r rider & Bro. grocers. 

T^ Finley .T G, banking airent. 
^J Gosney .1 W, stone mason. 

^ ^Tart Amos, carpenter. 

> Hart L H. barber. 

5^ Henderson .James B. gardener 






DANIELS. 

A postoffice in Raleigh county. 5 
miles Foutbf^ast of Becklev, the coun- 
ty s'^at and banldng noint. Raleigh 
on tbo C ,^ O Ry, 2 miles distant, is 
ilie neai-est rail approach. Mail daily. 
C D RohS postmaster. 

B;iilev S .1. saw mill. 

Bair George, shingle mnfr and general 

store. 
Bair Wm. gen'^ral store. 
Blu<^ .lay Lumber Co. 
Derk J W. carpenter. 
Pittman Nev.-ton. blacksmith. 
Rcss C D. General Store. 
SkiigL's .] R, live stock. 



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DANSTOWN. 

rM{)ii1ation. 40. A postoftice in 
I ickson county. 8 miles west of Rip- 
]. V, fho county seat and banking 
iwiir.t, and •'» from Evans, the shipping 
'.oint. Telephone connection. Mail 
♦ii\vo<k!y. N M Stewart postmaster. 

r.:irnhart C W. teacher. 

J '.rooks E C, teacher. 

)iro< ks Mary, milliner. 

p, rooks S J, notary. 

nrooks S J '^^ Co, grocers. 

I>anBtown. Rock Castle &: Stephens 

Tf'icphone Tine. 
I'.irsons Thayer, blacksmith. 
S.Lvre D F, general store. 
< lyre ,1 O, Mve stock. 
.^faats \Y W. teacher. 
.-Stewart Caroline, teacher. 
Siewart G B. carpenter. 
Stewart R R. live stock. 
Stone J E, live stock. 
Williams G S, agent. 



DANVILLE. i 

Population. 120. A village in Boone i 
cdunty, 1 mile from Madison, the I 
(onnty seat and banking point. 25 
from Marmet, the nearest shipning ; 
iwMHt. and ?.5 from Charleston. Tele- i 
T)Hone connection. Stage to Marmet. '■ 
Mi\il daily. C. Pickens postmaster. i 

\!lon W W, hotel. | 

Bt"Ty Bros, wagon makers. | 

P.t'rry H T, carpenter. j 

Canterbury T. general store. 

Carter H L. phvsician. 

Chambers Jacob, live stock. 

Fulton T., hotel. 

Hil! .Julian, sheriff. 

HoriUino; j ^j- county clerk. 

M^DrrTnit Georore. lawyer. 

:^l!dions H W B lawyer. 

Pickens C. G-^neral Store. 

'i':c\(-iis Myrtle, music teacher. 

V'rirc ,T B. meat market. 

Raugh Rev G A (Presbyterian.) 



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Bain A B. General Store. 

Bear Mrs .J H, r r and express agepxt. 

Butler E P. stonemason. 

Chapman Park, stonemason. 

Hoover J W, physician. 

Lancaster Emma G, music teacher. 

Lewis & I'nderdonk, general store. 

Linton Charles, drayman. 

Pine George W. blacksmith. 

Pine J D, carp>^nter. 

Schilling Mrs J. general store. 

Stout John G. chair manufacturer. 

Voorhees Edward, carpenter and chair 

maker. 
Zeilor E N, teacher and general store. 



DARTMOOR. 

Population, 200. A mining village 
on the W Va, C & P Ry' in Barbcur 
county, IS miles southeast of Philippi, 
the county seat, and 2^^ from Beling- 
ton, the banking pofnt. Telephone 
connection. S R McAmey postmaster. 

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Population. ISO. a village on the 
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>uthwp5:t of T^Tartinsbure, t'T^ counfv 
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DAVIS. 

With 3,000 population, is located 
on the W Va, C & P Ry, in Tucker 
county, 20 miles east of Parsons, the 
county seat. 57 from Piedmont and 84 
from Cumberland Md. It is situated 
on a plateau on the extreme summit 
of the Alleghenies, ar an altitude' of 
3,170 feet above the sea level. The 
picturesque and romantic beauty of 
the surrcunding counrry, bracing air, 
delightful summer climate, excellent 
trout streams, forests in which game 
abounds, offers to tourist, pleasure 
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The Black water Falls are easily 
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'ieiir The &ccnerv is iineqtialed. Davi?; 
lin.fi chiirchps of thp Catholic, Liirh- 
orai. I\rethodi?t EpiscnDal, Free IMerh- 
O'li^T and ^rerhoiist South and Presby- 
terian denominations, a bank. 2 lar^e 
lumber mills, pxcellpnt h^+^ls. a tan- 
nery and a p'l-P mill. Two wpekly 
newpnapers. The Davis Republican 
a,nd The News, are nubli-h^d. There 
are 4 passenger trains daily between 
Davis and Thomas, a distance of 7 
miles. Exp. Adams. Tel. W Va Cen- 
tral. Telephone connection. Sumner 
W Thompson postmaster. 

Adams Express Co. John F Getty agt. 

Aggleson Asrarie, teacher. 

A^irleson Bessie, teacher. 

P.e:ird David T-. harness. 

Be^ivpr Creek Liiml)er Co. Horace J 

AVilliams recf^ivpr. 
Beaver Creek ^lercantile Co, H W 

Stokes pres. H M P Clarke sec and 

treas, general store. 
Blackwater Hotel, Jenkins & Harr 

Proprietors. 
Blackwater Lumber Co. A Thompson 

pres. Geor2;e B Thompson sec and 

treas. 
Bkiker John W. creneral store. 
Bov.-man Nelson F. restaurant. 
Brnwn Henry W, shoemaker. 
Pucv Mrs C, dressmaker. 
Bunker Ceorsre, bowlins: allev. 
Burlev John C <^ Co (John C Burley). 

meats. 
Campbell Charles, bottlins: works. 
Carroll Louis, Proprietor New Howard 

Hotel. (See adv.) 
Clark Howard, Proprietor Clark's Cafe. 
CSee adv.) 
Clarke H M P Drug Co. H M P Clarke 

sec. 
Coffman Eugene, dry goods. 
Collins R M, prin public schools. 

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Coi'.'lor Mrs, propr Pennsylvania Plotel. 
Corder;& Fox (D C Corder, S fox), 

saloon. 
Cruil.shank Winifred, teacher. 
.. Cunuingham <S: Stallings (A M 
ningham, A Robert Stallings), 
yers. 
Dail.ev James T, general store. 
Da\is City Band, George C Swartz 

leader. 
Davis Coal & Coke Co (of Piedmont), 

.] F Healy general supt. 
Davis Electric Light Co. F S Land- 
street, pres, H A Meyer sec. 
' Davis Hardware &: Furniture Co, John 
F" Thompson pres, A I Wilson Jr 
sec. 
Davis News The, P A Hamby propr. 
Davis Publishing Co (A 'M Cunning- 
; ham, A R Stallings. J E Dawson), 
proprs and publrs Davis Republican. 
De'Oil Calvin J, blacksmith. 
. DeCicco Raphael, fruits. 
Drake Francis ]M, restaurant. 
' Dysart L J R, general store. 
, Elzy Thomas, milk. 

; Erhard Lloyd & Ero (Lloyd and 
; Ralph), jewelers. 
; Erhard Martha C. general store. 
! Fi'=^h Rev James Logan (P E). 
i Fox Simon, clothing. 
Gaither Mary, teacher. 
Gerry John F, t(^\, exp and r r agent. 
: Gifiord Anna B. dressmaker. 
Grigsby Valley, dressmaker. 
Haines Bessie, school. 
Hainmann Rev Ferdinand C (R C.) 
: Hamby Phil A, propr Davis News. 
Har<ly & Hardwick (Irving Hardy, 

Richard Hardwick), physicians. 
Harper P H. chief of police. 
Harner Seymour, meats. 
: Heirouimus H W. clothing. 
' Heironimus Robert, lawTer. 
' Heiskell N C, liyery. 

flendrickson W S, painter. 
, Hod gd on Mrs J M. dressmaker. 
Piousor Forrest 'M, restaurant. 
Ho^ermale Emerv K, blacksmith. 
fngT-am Viola, school. 
Jenkins & Harr (J W Jenkins, 
Charles Harr), Proprs Blackwater 
Hotel. 
Johnston F S Drug Co (Felix S John- 
ston.) 
; Judy Frederick J. milk." 
i Kohler Edward A, harness. 



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Kramer John F. bntrling works. 

Laboring^ Man's ^Mercantile & Mnfg 
Co, N B Twigg pres, W E Patterson 
sec. W \V Goiightly mngr, general 
store. 

Laraan Nick, fruit. 

Lam berth .John, baker. 

Lashley Charles G, General Store and 
?>!a3'or. 

McDerniott Thomas H, news. 

.McGuigan L A, pluniljer. 

Meyer H A. insurance. 

Me vers Samuel, shoemaker. 

Miller Mrs I B, milliner. 

^Nlirear Lena R. agt West Va Eastern 
Telephone Co. 

Mott Lucian H. Undertaker and Cab- 
inetmaker. (See adv.) 

Nah'onal Bank of Davis (capital %~>0.- 
O'^O. surplus and undivided profits 
$50,000). T B Davis prps. F F Land- 
street vice pres, Cliarles E Smith 
cashier. 

Nestor .Tav G. 7)hotoe:rapher. 

Ne>v Howard Hotel The. Louis Carrol! 
Propr. Newly Furnished and Re- 
modelled Throughout, Commercial 
Trade Solicited. (See adv.) 

NiPdhfllla John, tailor. 

Orr Jolm "L mngr United States 
Leather Co. 

Or^i .Tosenh. billiards. 

Prll CharV'« L snloon. 

Penns-vlvnpi'^ TTotol. !v[rs. Corder pronr 

Peotdes Opera Tlou^-e, H N Walters 
nmnaeer. 

Porter Oscar, barber. 

Potter Ad^ A. general store. 

Potter W PL Insfice and tcfioher. 

Puffenburger Wm J, Undertaker. (See 
ndv.) 

Pullen Commercial Co. Knox R Knox 
manager. 

R'ie«e John', general store. 

Richard Jacob A. dentist. 



Shaw A E, saloon. 

Shipman Janie, teacher. 

Shock ey Scott, dray age. 

Smith .Jonah M, hardware. 

Snyder Elmer E, grocer. 

Strader <fc Ward (James E Strader, 

Patrick Ward), dry goods. 
Strieby Cyrus O. lawyer. 
Stumpf Theodore, tailor. 
Sutton Charles, milk. 
Swnrt?; George C. leader Davis City 

Band. 
Testa Beatrice, baker. 
Thompson & Wilson Co, A I Wilson 

Jr sec, general store. 
Twigg N B, grocer. 
United States Leather Co, John M 

Orr mngr. 
Verzl X P J, propr Verzi's Cafe. 
WafCer .John J. plumber. 
Waldeck George, shoemaker. 
Walters H N, mngr Peoples Opera 

House. 
Wavs George P, jeweler. 
Weimer W E, dray age. 
Wellmj^n Inez, teacher. 
Wes-t Virginia Central & Pittsburg Ry, 

J F Getty agent. 
West Virginia Eastern Telephone Co, 

Lena R ^linear agent. 
We'Jt Virginia Pulp Co. Wm Luke 

pres. A K Luke sec, J H Heltzen 

manager. 
Williams Jforace J, receiver Beaver 

Creek Lumber Co. 
^'"ilson N IvIcK. dentist. 
Wilson Owen A. painter, 
"^^orden Hprry D. re=:tqurant. 
Workman Rev J B (M E North). 
Yeakley Rev T B (Lutheran). 
Yeakley W Holmes, physician. 



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DAVISVILLE. 

Population. 12-5. Also called Clays- 
ville. A village on the B & O and L 
K V R Rs. in Wood county. 7 miles 
soiithf")st of Parkersburg, the county 
seat and banking point, and 103 from 
Wheeling. Exp, U S and B & O. John 
Thayer postmaster. 

B^rrf^tt T R, fei-ryman. 
Bnrrett Thomns, meats. 
Colhoun Mrs C, grocer. 
Garrison & Spencer, general store. 
Maloy Martin, contractor. 
Reyman W J. justice and cabinet 
maker. 



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505 Juiiana St., Parkersburg, W. Va, 



WEST VIRGINIA KATiJRAL LUBRICATING OIL. 

Agents for !NEW ERA 

Gas and Gasoline Engines* 



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DAVY. 

A recently ostabJishe'l postoffice in 
Hampshire county, li mile> souihwesf. 
of Romney, tb.e county seat, banking 
and shipping point. Mail, daily. 



DAVY. 

The railroad name of Hallsville. on 
the N & W Ry.'in ^.IcDowell county, 
7Vy miles northwest of Welch, the 
county seat. 



DAWSON. 

Popnlation. 400. In Greenbrier coun- 
ty. 22^/2 miles west of Lewisbiirg. the 
county seat, and 15 from Akierson. the 
hanking and shipping poinc. Tele- 
phone connection. Mail, daily. J F 
Cook postmaster. 

Boiner Wra H, justice. 
Cook J F, General Store. 
Dawson Milling Co, tlour mill. 
Frantz A M, general store. 
McClung L H, physician. 
Mf Clung Wra, justice. 
.^larlin T W , carpenter. 



Rimly G W, general store. 
Rodes E Y, maii contractor. 
Wells .J E. blacksmith. 



DAYBROOK. 

Population. 90. A village in Monon- 
galia, county, 2"U miles, west of Mor- 
gantown. the county seat, and 13 from 
Barrackville. the shipping point, and 



5 from Amos, the banking point, 
ephone connection. Mail, daily. 
Moore postmaster. 
Davis George, blacksmith. 
Hamilton D L, carpenter. 
(Vioore J J, Farmer. 
Shanes .Jacob, furs and hides. 
Sbrivei- M & W .\I, meat. 
Spragg M C, general store. 
Tennant Marion, lawyer. 
Varner L C, mason. 
Wilson A ^ D. grist mill. 
Wilson George, undertaker. 



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DAYTON. 

A discontinued postothce in Har- 
rison county. Rural free delivery 
from Lost Creek. 



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Fishing Tools Made to Order. 



Parkersburg, W. Va, 

Bell Phone 172. 

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Frick Building, Pitfsburg, Pa. 
Auditing Is a Business Necessity. 



DAYTON. 

A recently establisherl postofRre in 
Pre? ton county^ 



miles soutiieast of 



river and K & M Ry fOhio Central 
Linos), in Mason county, 10 miles 
soutiieast ol" Point Pleasant, the coun- 
ty seat and banking point. Exp, TJ S. 
Tel. W U. George W Pullin post- 
master. |, 

Bayer Charles, carpenter. i' 

Brown F, exp, r r and tel agent. 
Hart R S, blacksmith and wagon 

maker. ;, 

Love James, agent. 
Musgrave C G P, General Store. 
Pullin George W, live stock. j 

Yanger J & W, live stocK. L 



Kiugwood, the county seat, and 12 ! 
from Terra Alta, the banking and : 
shipping point. Mail by special sup- j 

ply. I 



DEAN. 

Population, 75. A village in Wetzel 
co'inty. 20 miles east of New Martins- 
ville, the cou.nty seat, and 8 from Lit- 
tleton, the shipping and banking point. 
Telephone connection. Daily mail 
stage to Bui'ton. John Cullinan post- 
master. 

Clark Patrick, live stock. 

Crist A C. carpenter. 

Culinan John & Co, General Store. 

Dulsny Ellis, real estate. 
Dulmy W T. photographer. 
D'.'.iMny & Sapp. saw mill. 
Il'i.i;ies S H. carpenter. 
Ho.-tuiler A. shoemaker. 
Jones \V E. oil well contractor. 
Ma-on .Ie>^e. lawyer and constable. 
Moore H C, justice. 
Morris David, music teacher. 
Murris G E, blacksmith. 
M(^rris J ^f. mason. 
Pckins George, pliotographer. 
Postleihwaite R B. live stock. 
Post let hwaite S E. teacher. 
Sullivan T S, oil v,-ell driller. 
^\'hir.e Ingram, blacksmith. 
Whitehill W H, oil well driller. 
Wright Morgan, meats. 



DECOTA. 

Population, 1.000. On the Cabin 
Creek branch C & O Ry, in Kanawha 
county. .34 miles southeast of Charles- 
ton, the county seat and nearest bank 
location. Telephone connection. Exp, 
Adams. T C Prichard postmaster. 

Belleclare Coal Co. 

Cabin Creek Grocery Co. general store. 

Courtney D G, saw mill. 

Gordon , physician. 

Keffer Clem, saloon. 
Mc\'ey & Storer, general store. 
Nease H E, general store. 
Nease Mrs H E, millinery. 

Palton , physician. 

Perry George, blacksmith, 

Prichard T C, Manager Beiiecfare Coal 

Co. 
United Colliery Co. 
West Virginia Colliery Co. 



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DEANVILLE. 

A station on the B (fc O R R, in 
Lewis county, V/2 miles north of Wes- 
ton. 



DEEPVALLEY. 

Population, 30. In Tyler county, 15 
miles south of Middlebourne, the 
county seat, and 5 from Central Sta- 
tion, on the B & O R R. West Unior 
is the banking town. Mail daily. Is 
R Strickling postmaster. 

Duty G S, blacksmith. 
Gary J E, flour mill. 
McCullough M M, physician. 
Mason J B. general store. 
Strickling Bros, General Store. 



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DEBBY. 

Population, 58. On the Kanawha 



DEEPWATER. p., $/ 

Population, :::uO. On the C i<c O Ry ft.^i' ; 

in Fayette county, 17 miles northwes f^dl 

of Fayette villo. the ccunty seat, am l^-'y^: 

5 from Montgomery, the banking '*' \ 



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Core Driiling wiih Diamond Drill. 

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ClvH and Mining Engineer. 

CLARKSBURG, W. VA. 



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|;i;i';M' L D, miller. 

Cullman xMaaon, general store. 

(rnw \Vm, blacksmith. 

iMiniaj) J L, r r, exp and tel agent. 

Hiiiiis Rev T J. 

11:11 vey «te DeQuaise, general store. 

Kincaid & Farr, General Store. 

McKiniiey Rev E G. 

i't'iry ii, meais. 

I'uv.ers Rev E R. 

Smith Minnie, millinery. 

Taylor Henry, hotel and livery. 

Taylor R N, picture agent. 



C. Ii. STRUBLE, 

Real Estate, Investments, Promotions, 

801 Piitsburgh Bank for Savings Buiiding, 
PITTSBUF^GH, PA. 
Phone: Bell 2798 Court, 









DEER LICK. 

Mason county, 20 miles southeast o' 
J'uint Pleasant, the county seat and 
banking point, and 8 from Arbuckle, 
the shipping point. Mail, daily. J W 
McDermitt postmaster. 

McDermitt J W, General Store. 
Mcijermitt V, flour mill. 



Ccngelton D A, school teaclier. 
Durkin Martin, live stock. 
Ewing Lloyd L, Stonemason. 
Marshall J \V, stonemason. 
Roberts D J, rig builder. 
Seemley S, surveyor of roads. 
Snyder P S. hotel. 
Sroops A O, blacksmith. 
Todd W E, grist mill. 



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DEFOE. 

A postoffice en the B & O R R, in 

Webster county, 26 miles northwest 
of Webster Springs, the county s^at 
an4 banking point. 



DEER RUiN. 

Population, 60. In Pendleton coun- npro 

ty. 10 miles from Franklin, the county ^ , ,. .^- , ?' •,, 

seat and banking point, and 40 from ,. P'n^ulation, 2oO. A village on the 

Harrisonburg Va the shipping point. ^^^^^^'^^ ^^^^^ ^^^^^ C. & O Ry and K 



ippmg point 
Has 2 churches and telephone connec 
tk.'n. Mail daily. A P. Lough post 
master. 



lUirgoyne & Dunkle, saw mill. 
Marold Harvey, carpenter. 
Hevencr A M, general store. 
Hiser John W, blacksmith. 
Lough A R, Cabinet Maker, 

taker and Justice. 
I>o\igh B J, grist mill. 
Martin A, shoemaker. 
Scipie Samuel, blacksmith. 
Sliaver Rev Henry. 
Wagner J P, blacksmith. 






& M Ry (Ohio Central Lines), in 
Kanawha county, 22 miles southeast 
of Charleston,. ihe county seat, and 4 
from Montgomery, the banking point. 
Telephone connection. 



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DEER WALK. 

Population. G5. Also known as 
Pleasant Hill. A village in Wood 
^■"uuty, ir, niiles east of Parkershurg, 
Tbe c(mnty seat and banking town, 
■md 9 from Walker, on the B & O R 
iv. its shipping station. Has M E 
fhiirch and a graded school. Mail 
daiiy, L L Ewing postmaster. 



DEITZ. 

Population, 200. A postoffice in 
Fayette county, 15 miles northeast of 
Fayetteville, the county seat and 
banking point, and G from Ansted, the 
nearest shippini? point. Mail daily. 
J W Deitz postmaster. 

Cart C W. saw mill. 

Cart J R, blacksmith. 

Champ C F & E L, general store. 

Kincaid G V, meats. 

Walku]) J A & J H, mill. 



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DEKALB. 

P;:i)ulation, 7.'». A village in Gilmer 
county, S miles west of Gienville, the 
county seat and banking point, and 
2o from Burnsville, its shipping point. 
Stage daily to GlenvHic. fare 2oc. 
' ]\Iail daily. .lohn S Bell postmastiu". 

c«i5.Ui\?^o\s A^iKRic a:v i>i:TiXTiva: i?i s?i: ir. 

h?rL^o,nums^li\\{ pAnci'^ii ?'^^'" ^'^'^85, Keystcne Builaing, Fourth Ave., Pittsburg, Pa, 
CiUcsiaUiiited States aalCaiiada. Telephones: Bell 1025 Court, P. •Sc A. 13S3 Alain. 



Dr. Winston B T DAVIS 

IVIotmfain Roof Pills, * druggist, ' 



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FOR i.STl^IATKS OX 

ALL KiriOS OF IRON WORK. 

[See adv. in classified Builders' Iron Work.] 

ALLEGHENY AVE. and REBECCA STREET, 

ALLEGHENY, PA. 



Bell D P, bhif'k.srnith. 

Bell F W. grain. 

Beli J Lex & Co. General Store. 

Bell .Jolm S, iirnber. 
Daniey M, teamsier. 
Davis Frank &:. Son, 

nulls. 
K;ir-ris Jacob, grain, 
i'icivfn? Miss Lois, teacher. 
Siiider E L, barber. 
Whiiing J E, junk. 
A\'lii(ing Jossi'-?, teacher. 
W'i'scn D D, carpenter. 
Wilson Vv' C, cabineimaker. 



flour and saw 



connection. Exp. C S. T M Pixlor 

postmaster. 

roinirn \V A, exp and r r agent. 

Craig H G, general store. 

Deckers Creek Coal & Coke Co, gen- 
eral store. 

Downs .J L, restaurant. 

Hage'lcrn & Son, tiour mill. 

Johnson \V W. blacksmith. 

Lemon R L, feed. 

Pixier T M, General Store. 

Po.^t W II, physician. 

Shaw .John L, fniit agent and notary. 

West Virginia Mercantile Co. general 
store and coke manufacturers. 



DELANCY. 

xV postottice in Wood county, 9 miles 
north of I'arkersliurg. the county seat 
and l.ianking point, and 4 from Keller, 
the shipping point. Mail, daily. 



DELONG. 

In Pleasants county, 3^^ 
! from St Mary's, the county 
; banking and shipping point, 
i daily. A Flowers postmaster, 
j Petty A B, grist mill. 
; Flowers A, General Store. 
\ Lirtle Charles, blacksmith. 
i Roljy G C, general store. 
i Saner F B, wagon maker. 
I Saner Jones, grist mill. 



miles 
seat. 
Mail 



DELILA. 

Population. 55. A country postoffice 
in Webster county, 15 miles northeast 
of Webster Springs, the county seat 
and banking point, and ♦j from Pick- 
ens, the shipping point. Mail, tri- 
weekly. Miriam Wilkins postmistress. 
Pritchard L W, paper hanger and 

painter. 



DELORME. 

I Railroad name of Edgarton, ou me 
I N & AV Ry, in Mingo county, 20 
1 miles southeast cf Williamson, the 
! connty scat. 



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DELL. 

Population. 2.7k A country pusrofF.ce 
in U{)shnr county, tj^^. miles southwest 
of Buckhannon, the county seat, 
banlving and snipping point. Tele- 
plionc connection. Mail daily. Perry 
Smith postmaster and general store. 



I DELPHI. 

I Population. 40. A postoffice in 
i Nicholas county. 16 miles northeast 
I of Sumraers\dlle, the county seat and 
i banking point, and G frcni Camden-on- 
jGauley, its shipping point. Mail daily. 
; W S Henderson postmaster. 

I Henderson C J, grocer. 
i Henderson M K, contractor. 
' Hendersorr W S, General Store. 
•Jones Mrs E. milliner and dressmaker 
: -Vlc'^oy Is' s. coal dealer. 
; Mt-arn T J. live stock. 
; Ward George, blacksmith. 
: White L & Co. saw mill. 



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DELLSLOW. DELRAY. 

Population, 2'»'i. On ihe M & K R i A country postofhce in Hampshire 
R. in Monongalia county. 5 miles i county, 17 miles sourheast of Romney, 
southeast of Morgantown. the county ' the county seat, banking and ship- 
seat and banking point. Telephone ping point. Stage daily to Rio and 

: Hanging Rock. Mail daily. John N 

IA/aAiI Wif\r-^^'rkf% I^J-linf C '■''" Hnr:i'^»'^,'r]'n«1 ^'-"^ '"ostndvantageous point in 

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-" snq. .IS It (ioes. the we,:-!l(li of tn^ fcresti- of ^nutliorr. West 

Vi'C]inia anil Ken'urky Cheipest fuel of any ciJv in thi^ o.Jiiti'y cca! a:i;i oatii'-a! <ias: ciiirnriid sites. 
Witt) switchin.) faciliti'^5 for rail and river shipmect, and exc^Uont Inbar ccnriitions. For particulars 
as totrtje sites.eti,.,addresi THE HUNTlNO'iON LAND COMPANY. 



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DELTA. 

\ <•! utitrv postofRce in 
.nuntv, i;5 miles north ot: Sutton the 
.Munty' sc>it and banking point, and 5 
<i ,n\Coi^vv. the shipping point. Mail, 
<..ul'y. C II Cutlip postmaster. 

DEMPSEY. 

V country postoffice in Fayette 

< ,uutv. b miles north oi Fayetteviile. 
• b.. cDuntv seat and i;>anking point. 
;uu( 7 from Cotton Hill, on the C & O 
Hy. its shipping point. Mail daily. 
.) k Beckelheimer postmaster. 

Amick K E. grist mill, 
t'lrl.'r & Bockelheiraer. general store. 
DENNIS. 
A country postoffice in Gre*^nbrier 

< ..uniy, 24 miles norihwfSt of Lewis- 
t.ni-i,-, "tiie county seat, and 25 from Al- 
dt-rson. the nearest banking and ship- 
inn-j: point. Telephone connection. 
Mail, daily. Wm W Martin postmas- 
t.'r. 

Nrff A D, orchestra leader. 

DENT. 

A country postoffice in Barbour 
«'<uuty, 20 miles northeast ui Philippi. 
'!.<• county seat, ]'i from Grafton, the 
h.'uikiuK point, and 7 from Thornton, 
ifs shippin^i? point. Alail, daily. P N 
Iv-mncr postmaster. 

<Markson W .J & Bro, sreneral store. 
Harsh M .J, blacksmith. 
Runner P N, Genera! Store and Under- 
taker. 



DENVER. 

J'opuiation. loo. In Preston county. 
' ..' mib's .south of Kinirwood, the coun- 
'V ^'-ai, and 1 from Tuunelton. the 
'^iUtkiii.i^ and shipping- point. Mail, 
tiaily, S E Sterling postmaster. 



I Hu-rling .1 & Son, general store. 



DENVER STATION. 

'^larshail county. See Bellton. 



33^4 Fourth Avenue, 

1st Floor Times 8!dc)„ Pittsburg, Pa. 
DIRECTORS: 

J.D.Caliery, M, K. ^'cMullin, J. C Reilly, L. Viisack. 
Charles Donnelly, W. V. Gallery, D.^.Reed. H.P.Haas. 
Transacts aii Kinds oir Real Estate, 

of the C & O Ry. in Raleigh county, 
12 miles south of Prince. 



DERRYHALE. 

Population, 2.5o. A mining town on 
the Loup Creek branch of the C & 
O Ry. in Fayette county. 11 miles 
south of Fayettt^villt-'. the county <;-^>ar. 
and o from Mt Hope, the banking- 
point. Telephone connection. Exp. 
Adams. Emmet A Trenor postmaster. 

McKell Coal & Coke Co. 



DESSIE. 

A postofhce in Braxton county, IG 
miles \ve.-^t of Sutton, the county seat, 
banking and shipping point. Mail, tri- 
weelvly. 







DEVILL. 

A station on the N & W Ry, in 
Mingo county, 33 miles north of Wil- 
liamson. 



DEVON. 
A station on the N & W Ry in 
Mingo county, 22 miles southeast of 
Williamson. 



DEV^EY. 

A postoffice in Mercer county, 17 
miles north of Princeton, the county 
seat and banking point, and 2:] from 
Hinton. tiie shipping point. Mail, tri- 
weekly. C M Meador postmaster and 
general s'ore. 



DE QUASIE. 

^ >?afi<)ii on the Pinev Creek branch 



j DEWITT. 

i A country ]iostoftice in Wyoming 
' county 10 niiies south of Oceana, the 
i county seat and Itankinu' point, and 15 
i miles from Davy, the shipping p(dnt. 
I .Mail, tri-weekly. F C Holland post- 
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National iViercaiitile Exchange Co. 

Sales Agents for Manufacturers and Jobbers Direct to the Retail Trade. 

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DEXTER. 

Population, 40. A country postoffice 
in Roane county, 12 miles northwest 
of Spencer, the county seat, and 5 
from Reedy, the banlcing and shipping 
l)oint. jlail, semi-v.-eekly. James O 
Chenoweth postmaster. 



^^■^ Cliancey C M, g-eneral store. 

^^'^ Chenov\,eth James O, General Store. 

*^^*^ Pringle G H. blacksmith. 




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DIAL. 

Population, S^'O. A postofnce in Ka- 
nawaa county, 11 miles northeast of 
Charleston, the county seat and bank- 
ing point, and % mile from Pinch, its 
sliipping point. Mail, daily. G G 
Reynolds postmaster. 

Pookes W J. general store. 
Jarreit O M, general store. 
"Myers Ed, blacksmith. 
Myers J M, grist mill. 
Reynolds G G, General Store. 



DIAMOND. 

Population, .500. A mining town on 
the K & M Ry (Ohio Central Lines), 
in Kanawha county, 14 miles from 
Charleston, the countv seat and bank- 
ing point. Tel<^phone connection. 
Samuel Moore postmaster. 

Bf'lcher Bros, general store. 
DcMialdson Lumber Co, lumber mnfrs. 
Kanawlia Construction Co. builders. 
Kuney Brcs. Carpenters and Masons. 
Kuney .Mel), architect. 
Kuney Rev T (Baptisf). 
Moore Samuel, general .store. 
N(>\v Diamond Coal Co. 
Porter J L, general store. 
Rippetoe Lumber Co. 
Wiseman \V H, lumi)er. 



Wilcher Coal Co. 



DIAMOND. 

A station on the Huntington divi- 
sion of the C & O Ry, in Fayette 
county, 4 miles east of Montgomery. 



DIANA. 

Population, 100. On the Holly River 
&. Addison Ry, in \Vebs!:er county, 12 
miles north of \Vel)Ster Springs, the 
county seat and bank location. Tele- 
phone connection. A E Williams post- 
master. 

Brooks W R, flour mill. 

Cool Walter, general store and r r and 

exp agt. 
Dobbins H W, jeweler. 
Hin.-s S S, saw mill. 
New Dominion Lumber Co, saw raill. 
Sizemore II T, hotel. 
Spenser S B , hotel. 
Tracy M V, general store. 
Tracy W B. hotel . 
Williams A E, Cabinetmaker and 

Carpenter. 



DiCKSON. 
Population, 100. A village on the 
N & W Ry, in Wayne county, 9 miles 
north of Wayne, the county seat, and 
11 from Huntington, the nearest bank 
location. Has M E Sonth Church. 
Telephone connecticm. Exp, Southern. 
Tel, \V U, \Y E Paine postmaster. 

Bromley J P flour miill. 
Davenport E L. r r, exp and tel agt. 
Paine W E, Blacksmith. 
Preston A W, general store. 
Smith A G, justice. ^ 

Wilkinson A G, physician. 



DICY. 

A postofRce in Wayne county, 35 
miles south of Wayne, the county seat, 
and G from \\'ilsondal(\ the shipping 
point. L(>tiisa Ivy is the banking 
town. Mail, tri-weekly. Thomas 
Prince postmaster and general store. 



DIGBY. 
A station on t!ie Huntington divi- 
sion of the C & O Ry. in Favette coun- 
ty. AV2 miles east of Montgomery. 

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coiiuty seat, .banking: and shipping 
point. Mail, daily. \Vm H Dilley post- 
master. 

Dilley A L, artist. 

Dilley Robert, blacksmith. 

DiMey William H, Flour Mill. 

Miller \\'iliiam .J, cooper. 

Moore George E. music teacher. 

Shrader J A, shoemaker. 



EDGAR iimOOBESCO. 

fARMERS BANK BUILDING, PITTSBlRGn. 
Will purchase for you or give prices on any 
commodity In Iron, Steel or Suppiiss. 
CHAPMAN GATEVALVes. 
New and Relaying Steel Rails. 
Telephone, Long Distance^ Urant 1517. 



DILLONS RUN, 

Hampshire county, 27 miles south- 
east of Romney, the county seat. Win- 
chester, Va. 27 miles distant, on the 
B & o R R. is the shipping point. 
Banking facilities at both points. Con- 
tains Methodist, Christian and Luth- 
eran cnurches. Ti^-leiiijone conneciion. 
Stage daily to Capon Bridge, fare $2. 
Mail, tri-weekly. S P Rudolph post- 
master. 

Eskraig H R. mill. 

(rifhn u W, justice. 

Kimball R. stonemason. 

Kimball Robert, fruit shipper. 

Lupton James, thresher. 

^lellville Rev. ( ^lethodist). 

Miller Rev (Lutheran). 

Omdorff George E. saw mill. 

Rudolph S P, General Store and Live 

Stock. 
Slonaker George, shoemaker. 
Slonaker Wesley, wagon maker. 
Sm^altz N M, harness maker. 
Whitlock R. carpenter. 
Whittaker H, saw and grist mills. 

DIMMOCK. 

On the Huntington division of the 
C & O Ry, in Fayette county. 15 miles 
south of Fayetteviri.\ the county seat 
and banking point. Telephone conuec- 



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FLEMING BROS. 

SALEM, - - VV. VA. 



DINGESS. 

Population, 3no. A village on the 
X &. W Ry, in i\[ingo county, 35 miles 
by rail north of Williamson, the coun- ^ ::, »p«» 
; ty seat and banking point. Stage to Z % "c^ 
. Logan, fare $1. Telephone connection. ^ c« »«5 
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\ Adams G A, barber. 
■ Bailey B M, saw mill. 
; Bazzell H hi, saw mill. 
I Boldman T J, saw mill. 
\ Brabbin Wm, tel opr. 

Canip Branch Coal Co. 
I Chafin L M, hotel. 
I Compton David, blacksmith. 
: Dingess A J, justice. 

Dingess John, saloon. 
: Evans George, photographer. 
I Freeport Coal & Mining Co. 
i Going B B, saloon. 
; Greer R E, general store. 
1 Harvey John, hotel. 
' Hurst & Persinger, general store. 
I King John D, staves. 
I Lanek J IL stave mill. 
j McClure o B, teacher. 
! Palmer A C, tel agt. 
: Palmer Thomas A, staves. 

IN arl Coal Co. 

Shelton C J, physician. 

Watts R J, exp and r r agent. 

Wellraan liret, saloon. 



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A postoflice in Fayette county 14 ^ o U 

miles east of Fayette ville, the county a. z. -- 

seat and banking point, and V) from j;j H Z 

Lookout, the shipping point. Mail, jg 2 Q 

daily. J C Levi postmaster. • •» • 



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DIXIE. 

Population, 230. Fayette county, 1 
mile from Belva, on the C & O Ry, 20 
miles northwest of Fayetteville, the 
counTv seat and banking point. 

Backus & Taylor, general store. 

Smith A G, justice. 

Smith Bros, saw mill. 

Smith Moletas, general store. 



Savidge H C Manager J L Rumbargoi 

Lumber Co. 
Savidge H C & Co, meats. 
Schultz L D, exp, tel and r r agent. 



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DOAK. 

A postoffice in Doddridge county, 12 
miles west of West Union, the county 
seat and banking point, and 6V2 from 
Salem, its shipping point. Mail, daily. 

DOANE. 

Population, 75. A postoffice on the 
N & W Ry, in Wayne county, 30 mil^s 
southeast of Wayne, the county seat, 
and To miles from Huntington, the 
banking point. John G Hughes, post- 
master. 

Finley James, justice, 

Hughes & Porter, general store. 



DODD. 

A country postoffice in Roane coun- 
ty. 21 miles south of Spencer, the 
county seat and banking town, ami 
10 from Clendenin. its shipping point. 
Mail, semi-weekly. P M Dodd posi- 
m aster. 

Campbell W C, physician. 
Ciimmmgs Ed, mason. 
Dodd P M, General Store. 
Donohoe G E. general store. 
Dcnohoe Ro])ert, carpenter, 
Foster T M, hawyer. 
Good C F. physician. 
Hively J M, constable. 
Looney J L, live stock. 
Rader F B. carpenter. 
Rader J H, carpenter. 
Ryan W F &. Co, saw^ mill. 
Taylor C M, carpenter. 
Shafer M D, justice. 
Summers G M & Bro, saw mill. 



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DOBBIN. 

Population, 100. 'Located on the: 
north branch of the Potomac river and 
the W Va C & P Ry, in Grant county, 
41 miles northwest of Petersburg, the 
county seat, and 19 from Davis, its 
])ankin,g point. Has Presbyterian and ' 
Methodist churches. Exp, Adams. H 
C Savidge postmaster. | 

Ashby Sc Shaffer, general store. ! 

Bradley C R. hotel. , 

Copeland H P, physician. j 

Densmore iirs E J, hotel. i 

Gilbert & Co. brokers. ! 

]Martin. Lane & Co, general store. i 
Rumba rger J L Lumber Co, R F Whit- ; 
mer pres, Martin Lane tre.a.s. 



DODRILL. 

A country postofnce in Calhoun 
county, 9 miles southeast of Grants- 
ville, the county seat and banking 
point, and 2.5 from Spencer, the ship- 
ping point; Mail, tri- weekly. Lewis 
Poling postmaster. 

Ball & Poling, grocers. 
Hall Rev M L (Baptist). . 
Minney D ;M, stonemason. 
:vrinney Rev Daniel M (Baptist), 
Poling Nickerson, music teacher. 
Poling Noah, music teacher. 
Robinson Thaddous. carpenter.. 
Siior'k A. blacksnrtith. 
Stump W E, General Store. 
Suttou John F, attorney. 
Swontzell J P. physician. 
Witte S J, jeweler. 



DOE GULLY. 

A station on the B & O R R, in 
Morean <^ounty, 18 miles west ot" Plan- 
cock Md. 



DOLA. 

Population, 30. On the West Va 
Short Line Division of the B & O R R. 
in Harrison county. 11 miles from 



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Pumps, Hose and Seltincj, 

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Clarksburg, the county seat and near- 
est banking point. Telo])bone con- 
nection. Exp, Adams. R T Williams 
postmaster. 

Michael A J, harness maker. 
.Miciiaei S R. general store. : ■ ■ 
Michael V I, milliner.' - ' ' 

Robinson D D. notary; " ' 

Rogers C E. blacksmith. • 
V^iiliams R T, General Store. 



DOMAN. 
A country postoflice in Hardy coun- 
ty, 13 miles northeast of Moorefieid, 
the county seat and banking point, 
and 20 from Plomney. the nearest 
shipping point. Telephone connection. 



Stage daily to Mooreiield. 
A J Doman postmaster. 

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Bean II F, carpenter. 
Bean L C, i? hoe maker, 
Burch C L, cabinet maker. 
Hawse Thomas J, justice. 
Orndoff J C, carpenter. 



dail, daily. 



DOMBEY. 
Population, 100. A village in Wood 
county, 7 miles southwest of Parkers- 
burg, the county seat, banking and 
shipping point. Stage daily to Par- 
kersburg, fare 50c. Mail, semi-weekly. 
I) C Hecuon postmaster. 

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(iiichrist Charles, blacksmith. 

Heaton D C, General Store. 

Roop J P, painter. 

"Williams 2vl F, carpenter. 

Williams Mrs Pearl, dressmalier. 



DONALD, 

A postoffice for a farming commu- 
nity, in Nicholas county, 12 miles east 
of Summersville. the county seat and 
banking point, and li from Curtin, its 
shipping point. ]\lail, semi-weekly. 
Joseph M Bryant postmaster. 

Bailey A J, lumberman. . , ,. 

Bruffy Dixon, constable. 
Ooolley .fames, justice. 
McCue Price, sheep. 
Odell O A, blacksmith. 
Perkins Samuel B, blacksmith. 
Ward Vv' J F, physician. 
Warrnian Wm. saw mill. 



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Broker in Oil, Gas, Coal and Timber 

Lands. Real Estate and Mortgages. 

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DONALDSON. 
A station on the B «& O R R, in 
Hampshire county, 3^2 miles south ot ^-,,v 
Green Spring. 



DONLAN. 

Population. oO. A village in Gilmer 
county, 15 miles east of Glenville, the 
county seat, and 15 from Weston, the 
banking and shipping point. Tele- 
phone connection. Stage daily to 
Weston, fare $2. Mail, dally. W E 
Donlan postmaster. 

Adams M E, carpenter. 

Beilknap D O, blacksmith and wagon 

maker. 
Bohan John <fe Co, general store. 
Brinkley H C, blacksmith. 
Collins Frank, live stock. 
Marks French, butcher. 
Miller ife Alkire, saloon. 
Pratt & Hefner, grist mill. 
Rafferty T & Co, general store. 
Woofter & Beall, sav/ mill. 





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DONOHUE. 

On the B & O R R, in Ritchie coun- 
ty, 11 miles west of Harrisville, the 
county seat and 2V2 from Cairo, its 
banking point. The railroad name is 
Silver Run. Exp, U S. P M .McGinnis 
postmaster. 

MoGinnis P INI, coal. 
VS^elch L B, general store. 

DORCAS. 

Population, 65. A village in Grant 
county, 6 miles south of Petersburg, 
the county seat and banking point, 47 
from Keyser, the shipping point. 
Telephone connection. Stage daily to 
Petersburg. Mail, daily. George E 
Ours postmaster. 



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Bergflo'il J H, live stock. 
Criter John Jr, carpenter. 
Dasher & Ours, General Store. 
Hamrick Rev C F (Evangelical Lu- 
theran), 
Hartraan Noah, shoemaker. 
.Judy Adam H, wagon maker. 
Lewis Isaac, carpenter. 
.McEndoi Rev G (Baptist). 
Mongoid D C, saw mill. 
Nesslerotte Wm R, artist. 
Racy Rev T A (U B.) 



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i Southern. Mary L Hopkins postmis- 
[ tress. 

i Brooks J N, express agent. 

I Chambers & Hopkins, Saloon. 

! Coleman I S, general store. 

I Failey A A, physician. 

I Justice Cloyd, mill and general store. 

j Long Pole Lumber Co. 

I Mohawk Coal &. Coke uo, genl store. 

; Shannon Mrs, boarding house. 



DORITY. 

A pcstoffice in Preston county, 10 
mih;s east of Kingwood, the county 
seat, and 5 rrom Terra Alta, its bank- 
ing and shipping point. Telephone 
connection. Mail daily. 

Teets H G, general store. 



DOUGLAS. 

A postoffice in Calhoun county, 30 
miles south of Grantsville, the county 
seat, and 25 from Spencer, the ship- 
ping and banking point. Mail tri- 
weekly. John Hicks postmaster. 

DOUGLAS. 
A station on the W Va, C & P Ry, 
in Tucker couaty, 33 miles east of 
Elkins. P O name is Albert. 



DORR. 

A postoffice in Monroe coimty, 7 
miles northwest of Union, the county 
seat and banking point, and 11 from 
Ronceverte, the shipping point. Mail, 
daily. S W Bean postmaster. 

Bean S W, general store. 

Saunders J M. harness manufacturer. 



DOTHAN. 

A recently established postoffice in 
Fayette county. S miles southwest of 
Fayetteville, the county seat and 
banking point, and 5 from Glen Jean, 
the shipping point. Mail by special 
supply. 



DOUGLASS LANDfNG 

Jackson county. See Lone Cedar. 

DOVENER. 
Population, 250. On the B & O R 
R, in Lewis county, 1 mile northeast 
of Weston, the county seat and bank- 
ing point. Telephone connection. 
Exp, B & O. John N Bennett post- 
master. 

I Beach Lea B, grocer. 

I Sonnett John N, Shoemake- 

i Butcher J N, genl store and constable 

! Coburn T B, carpenter. 

I Ccnley Minter, carpenter. 

i Hale A C, justice. 

I Kamsberg A, cabinet maker. 

I Kamsberg S H. machinist 

i Kirks H, machinist. 

; Markley J \V, engineer. 

Miller Bros, grocers. 
■ Roane & Curll Lumber Co. 



DOTSON. 

Population. 5i)0. Also known as 
Wyoming City. On the N & W Ry, in 
McDowell county. 33 miles northwest 
of Welch, the county seat and bank- 
ing point, and 69 northwest of Blue- 



DOWNS. 

The railroad name of Broomfield on 
the B & O R R,in Marion county, 3V2 
miles from Mannington. 



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j A postoffice in Wood county. 10 
miles east of Parkersburg. the county 



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.soHt and bankina" point, and 10 from ! 
Kanawha, its shipping point. Mail, i 
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DRAKE. 

Railroad name is Gordon. On the 
N & W Ry. 16 miles west of Welch, 
the county seat and banking point. 
Exp, Southern. Tel, W U. C L Rit- 
ter postmaster. 

Keys-Fannin Lumber Co. genl store. 
Lambert W C, general store. 



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DRY CREEK. 

Population, 1<'0. A village in Ra- 
DRENNEN. |^. ^^ county, 25 miles northwest of 

tuT.^'^lZJl^ ^^^"^ postoffice m^ Beckley, the county seat and banking 

I point, 27 from Raleigh, its shipping 
; point, and .")0 from Charleston. Mail 
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A discontinued postoffice in Poca 
hontas county. Mail to Stony Bottom. ; Barrett R E. genl store and notary 



Bradford "Wm, stonemason. 
Cantly James A. grist mill. 



DRISCOL. 
A country postoffice in Pocahontas : Jarrell Jacob, live stock. 
county, 9 miles southeast of Marlin- 
ton, the county sopt. banking and 
shipping point. Telephone connection. 
Mail, dailv. D B McElweo postmas- 
ter. 



Kemper Clay, justice. 
Pettry B F, constable. 
Webb Henry, carpenter. 



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Lockridge J B, physician. 
McElwee D B, justice. 



DROOP MOUNTAIN. 
A station on the Greenbrier division 
of the C «& O Ry, in Greenbrier coun- 
ty, 32 miles north of Whitcomb. 



DRYBRANCH. 

Population, 250. A village on the 
C & O Ry, in Kanawha cotmty, 16 
miles southeast of Charleston, the 
county seat and banking point. Clyde 
E Lawrence postmaster. 

Bowman & Smith, general store. 

Cottrell John, barrier. 

Curry W M. blaclcsmith. 

Drybranch Coal Co. 

Epperley & Lilly, general store. 

Keenoy J W, blacksmith. 

Kittinger Wm &; Son, general store. 

Massey L C, teacher. 

Pine Grove Coal Co. 

Withrow Elijah, barber. 



DRY FORK. 

On the Dry Fork R R, in Randolph 
county, 46 miles east of Elkins, the 
county seat, and Id from. Pars<ms, 
the banking point. Telephone con- 
nection. Exp, Adams. J W Bonner 
postmaster. 

Bonner & Bonner, general store. 
Cooper Hoy, general store. 
Raines Mrs S R, general store. 



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DRY RUN. 

A country postoffice in Pendleton 
county, 13 miles southwest of Frank- 
lin, the county seat and banking point. 
and 32 from Harman, the shipping 
point. Telephone connection. Mail, 
semi-weekly. P P Nelson postmaster. 

Calhoon Gilbert, wagon maker. 
Howe W^ A, blacksmith. 
Lambert K D, shoemaker. 
Nelson P P, Live Stock. 



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DUBREE. 

Population. 150. A village on 
Keeney's Creek branch of the C «5: O 
Ry. in Fayette county, 10 miles from 
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rroT*! Ai'noTiT, the shippiiT?: point. Tele- 
phone coiinoftion with Weston. Mail, 
daily, ,]o!in MrCutchan postmaster. 

iVIcCutchan John, Blacksmith. 
Sites James, -miller. 
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Plxp, Adams. H H Rothwell post- 
master. 

Bass J E. exp and r r agent. 
Phipps J S. bookkeeper. 
Rothwell Ccai Co. H H Rothweil Gen- 
eral Manager. 



DUCKWORTH. 

On the B (fr O R R. in Doddridge 
county, 7 miles west of West Union, 
the county seat and banking point. 
John L Young postmaster. 

Young E R & Bro, general store. 




DUDLEY. 

A country postofilce in Cabell coun- 
ty, 22 miles east of Huntington, the 
county seat and banking point, and 4^ 
ironi Milton, on the C & O Ry, its 
.^a:pp]7ig j)oint. Mail, daily. Sylvester 
McComas [lostmaster. 

.Amos Pinhney, general store. 
Bicker Anthony, Justice. 
Bh'ker Lawrence, constable. 
Dille AVm, saw mill. 
E("!mondc~ M R, mason. 
AT"il{er Wiisey, general store, 
^r^mi^h J J, carpent<.T. 



DUFFIELDS. 

Population, 1.50. On the B & O R 
R. in .refferson county. 6 miles north- 
t'a:^L Of Ciiarltjs Town, the county ser.t 
and banking point. Exp, U S. 

Callan G S, general store. 
Hodges G T, grain. 



DUFFY. 

Population. 40. A postoffire in Lewis 
•-•ount, 27) nii.Ies south of Weston, the 
county seat and banking point, and ,13 



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A postofFice on the Piney Creek 
br-^nuh of the C & O Ry, in Raleigh' 
connry. 3 milf^s south of Beckley, the' 
c(jun:y seat and banking point. Stage 
d;:ily to Beckley, fare 25c. Exp, 
Adams.' J A Lilly postmaster. 

Blue Jay Lumber Co. 
Dunn J H, general store. 
Hunio W W, physician. 
Lilly J A, General Store. 
Lilly Fh'ince E, lumber mnfr. 
Neoly H G. meat market. 
i^utfrson J W, blacksmith. 
K'llenib Lumber Co. general store. 
Walton W L, exp and r r agent. 



DUHRING. 

Population, l.")0. R R name is P'iip- 
ping. On the N & W Ry, in Mercer 
county, 12 miles west of Princeton, the 
county seat, and 6 from Bramweil, 
the nearest banking point. Telephone 
connection. Exp, Southern. Tel, W 
L J H Gadd postmaster. 

Ashvorth. Bailey & Co, general store. 

Hai'ey G W, photographer. 

Bailey George D, carpenter. 

Bailey M E. dentist, 

Boauchamp I T, exp, r r and tel agent. 

Farewell R E, mason. ' 

Gadd J Hayden, Printer and County 
vStn;erintendent of Schools. 

Harless W S, justice. 

Mullin J J, meat. 

Myers [. saw mill and tanner. 

No'ossary .1 P dc Co, general store. 

S(^nrt }Wv i) :,r (Christian). 
^\'-iiker ]u Q. jeweler. 
'WhitiaKer 1 C. carpenter. 



DUKE. 

A po-totnre in Kanawha county, 2^/2 
niiU'.s southwest of Charleston"^ the 
county .seat, banking and shipping 
point. Mail by special supply. 



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DUKES. 

A station on the Ohio River div^i- 
sion of the B & O R R, 11 miles north- 
west of Spencer. 



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DULANEY. 

A recently established postoffice in 
Wetzel county. 16 miles east of Nevv 
Martinsville, the county seat, and 10 
from Littleton, the banking and ship- 
ping point. Mail, tri-weekly. 



DULIN. 

A village on the Little Kanawha 
river, in Wirt county, 6 miles south- 
east of Elizabeth, the county seat and 
banking point, and 6 from Reedy Rip- 
ple, the shipping point. ]Mail, daily. 
I P Thorn postmaster. 

Lockhart C C, grist mill. 
Thorn & Burton, Genera! Store. 
Thorn & Cheatham, grist mill. 



DUNCAN. 

Population, 2'>0. A village on the R 
S «fe G R R. in .Jackson county, 11 
miles northeasi of Ripley, the county 
seat, 13 from Ravenswood. the bank- 
ing point. Telephone connection. 
Exp, Adams. Adam N Roberts post- 
master. 

Botten J E, blacksmicn. 

Ccburn W S, justice. 

Francis R P, meats. 

Ice D M. general store. 

Ice Mrs D Vl. milliner. 

Roberts Adam N. exp and r r agent. 

Roberts & Cooper, General Store. 



I DUNLOW. 

I Population, 110. A town on the N 
; & W Ry, in W^ayne county, 23 miles 
' south of Wayne, the county seat and 
banking point. Elxp, Southern. Tel, 
; \V U. J H Thornbury postmaster. 

; Anderson J W. insurance. 

Atkins Bros, grocers. 
I Atkins J D. la»vyer. 
i Atkins .J P, carpenter, 
; Bush O F. exp and r r agent. 

Copley Henry, General Store. 

Copley Walter, musician. 

Damron M, constable. 
, Guvandotte Coal Land Association, J 

K Anderson supt. 
i Hardy W H. livery. 
: McCormick Rev R M. 
; Maynard Charles, blacksmith. 
I Napier James, general store. 
I Porter .J H, blacksmith. 
i Porter S W. physician. 
: Spencer & Son. hotel. 

Thornbury J H, Physician. 

\V?]ker Daniel, meats. 

Watts Miss E. tel agent. 

Webb Calvin, justice. 



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DUNLEITH. 

Population. 75. On the N & W^ Ry, 
in Wayne county, 16 miles north of 
Wayne, the county seat, and ni,^ from 
Ceredo, its banking point. Telephone 
connection. Exp. Southern. J M Ply- 
male postmaster. 

Cole <fe Hawkins, general store. 
Plymale J ]\L general store. 
Rowe Uriah, justice. 



DUN LOUP. 

On the Loup Creek branch of the 
C & O Ry. in Fayette county, 12 
miles south of Fayetteville, the county 
so;U. Exp. Adams. Rural free deliv- 
ery from Thurmond. 



DUNMORE. 

Population, 100. In Pocahontas 
county. 20 miles northeast of ^larlln- 
ton. the county seat and banking point. 
and 2^/4 from Forrest, its shipping 
point. Telephone connection. Stage 
daily to Forrest. Mail, daily. S E 
^.lason postmaster. 

Dunmore Hotel, Mrs Flora Notting- 
ham propr. 

Giger Wm, blacksmith and wagon 
maker. 

McLaughlin Rev H W. 

McNeel Rev J W' {^l E South). 

Moore E N. sheriff. 

>[oyer T P, general store. 

Nore J A. architect. 

Nottingham Mrs Flora, propr Dun- 
more HoteL 

Pritchard C E. general store. 

Pritchard Mrs L C. tiour mill. 

Swicker C B, cabinet maker. 

Taylor Bros, planing mill. 



DUNNS. 

Population, 75. Also known as 
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cer county. 22 miles north of Prince- 
ton, the county seat, and 1(5 from Hiu- 
ton. the banking and shipping point. 
Telephone connection. Mail, tri-weekly. 
H J Lilly, postmaster. 

Lilly 3.1rs Alice, music teacher. 

Lilly H J, General Store and Notary. 

Lilly J A, justice. 

Lilly J S. blacksmith. 

Lilly M J. physician, 

bleaches J G & Co, general store. 

Meaches & Lilly Bros, mill. 

Meavor C H, carpenter and school 

teacher. 
Meavor C P, live stock. 
Meavor J W A, carpenter. 



f'ragg Wm E, carpenter. 

Cum O W- S, blacksmith. 

Kolloy Matthew, carpenter. 

Kerr R B, general store. 
; McGlaughlin T H. grist mill. 
i Miller R B. physician. 

Oliver A M. carpenter. 

Rogers, Charles, tel agent. 
, Rogers P S, r r and exp agent. 
; Sutton Gate, hotel. 

Wamsley J F, hotel. 
; Wilmoth & Kerr, general store. 



DUSK. 

A recently established postofBce in 

Gilmer county. 12 miles from Glen- 

ville the county seat and banking 

I point, and the same distance from 

: Burnsville, the shipping point. Enoch 

, H West tall postmaster. 

iCottrill A L, notary. 
I Prince .Jacob, blacksmith. 
IWestfail Enoch H, General Store. 
■ Westfall J V, carpenter. 



DUO. 

A country postoffice in Greenbrier 
county, 35 miles norih of Lewisburg. 
the county seat and banking point, and 
Zi) from Ronceverte. the nearest ship- 
ping point. Mail, tri-weekly. Jennie 
Williams postmistress. 

Chatiertou A, agent. 
Williams A G, Live Stock. 

Williams H E, live stock. 



DURBIN. 

On the Greenbrier division of the C 
& O Ry, in Pocohontas county, 45 
miles noitheast of Marlinton. the 
county seat and banking point. Tele- 
phone connection. Exp, Adams. Tel. 
W U. N B Arbogast postmaster. 

Arbogast N B, Grocer and Justice. 

Cassell &; Curtis, blacksmith.s. 
Culp H C, bottling works.. 
Curtis .J L, blacksmith. 
Dickenson Robert, cooper. 
Eskridge C B, painter. 
Eskridge AV A, painter. 
Gragg John, stonemason. 



I EAGLE. 

j Population. 1,000. A mining town 
j on the C & O Ry, in Fayette county, 
i 2fi miles northwest of Fayetteville, the 
I county seat, and 1 from Montgomery. 
■ the nearest bank location. Telephone 
connection. Exp, Adams. EInoch Car- 
ver postmaster. 

Carver Bros Co (Incorporated), Coal 

and Coke. 
I Carver James E, superintendent. 
I Gordon Coal & Coko Co, general store. 
i Hancock George, r r agent. 
, Harman Charles, butcher. 
; Johnson J W, notary. 
' Love George, saloon. 
; Martin Jasper, blacksmith. 
. Tarker John H. barber. 
: Turner A J. barber. 



1 EAGLE MILLS. 

I Population. 250. A village in Dodd- 
I ridge county, 10 miles north of West 
i Union, the county seat, banking and 

i shipping point. Mail, daily. 

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! Dotson E J, General Store. 

I Dotson G W, shoemaker. 

I Hays G \V, general store. 

1 Hays E W. general store. 

i Hoopengainer H L, general store. 



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!.:iUi::hory N M. grocer. 

I-fUigiitt J A. ^e'lieral store. 

I.nwtbor C M. barber. 

Sroft R 1\ jeweler. 

Sniitii J B Store Co, general store. 

Swot'iiey Rrdph, saw mill. 

rnd^'rwood A L. hotel. 

rtulerwood M, jeweler. 

White Z C. flour mill. 



EARL. 

A country postotfice in Nicholas 
county. 3 miles southeast of Summers- 
vi!!e, the county seat and banking 
point, and 3-5 from Belva. the ship- 
ping point. Mail, tri-weekly. C R 
Taylor postmaster. 

Dtxdey James B, justice. 
Hutchinson J F, grocer. 
Odell E G. justice. 
Taylor C R, Farmer. 



EARNSHAW. 

Population, 100. A village in Wet- 
zel! county. 30 miles east of New 
Martinsville, the county seat. 7 from 
Littleton, the banking point, and 5 
from Burton, the nearest railroad ap- 
proach. Telephone connection. ?daii, 
daily Martin Teagarden postmaster. 

Carpenter Thomas, general store. 

Iliaiiinbotham Mrs H U, dressmaker. 

Hughes J F, general store. 

Matheney John, constable. 

Morris. Edward, justice. 

F'.-rry Rev J C. 

Porry Mrs J C, dressmaker. 

Smith T B, teacher. 

Snider John G. & Son. carriages. 

Teagarden Martin, Genera! Store and 

Hot'd. 
Willi son E B C. blacksmith. 



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Connecting at Vancouver with 
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JAPAN, CHINA, ANO THE PHILIPPiHES. 
And the Canadian-Australian 
Royal Mail Steamships for 

AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND. 
lllusTrative descripiive matter of these lines and 
interesting countries mailed free on aooiication. 

F. W. SALSBURY, Passenger' Agent. 

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Brannen P L, r r and exp agt. 

Chapman S C. lawyer. 

Clark J B, blacksmith. 

Clark John, grocer. 

Given Rev Harry (M E South). 

Holstine J W, physician. 

Howery C D, grocer. 

Jarrett D M, Grocer. 

McVey Rev E M (Free Bapast). 

McVey H T. justice. 

Morris Lelia, music teacher. 

Owens George H, dentist. 

Pryor J W, undertaker. 

Shaver Dorothy, music teacher. 

Shaver .1 L, general store. 

Shenandoah Coal & Coke Co. 

Stephenson H, grocer. 

Toler W H H. lawyer. 

Wiltberger H R. druggist. 



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EASTBANK. 

Population, T'tO. An incorporated 
town on the Great Kanawha river, 
und on the C & O Ry. in Kanawha 
county. 18 miles southeast of Charles- 
ton, the county seat and neare.-^t bank 
!'H-ation. Telephone' connection. Exp. 
Adams. D M .larrett postmaster. 

Abol Samuel W, dry goods and cloth- 
ing. 

Anderson J T, jeweler. 
Menodict E J. general store. 



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EAST LYNN. 

- Population, 200. A village in Wayne |g CSJ3^ 
county, 8 miles from Wayne, the coun- ' ^ 
ly seat, banking and shipping point. 
T?Iephone connection. Stage daily to 
Wayne, fare 50c. Mail, daily, Moses 
Napi* r postmaster. 



Aldridge H, barber. 
Bing Frank, carpenter. 
Clark C Grocery r»u. 
Clark .J P gri^t mill. 
Drenner C E. constable. 



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PITTSBURG, PA. 

East Ijvnn. Coal Cn, general store. 

Fry Chapman & Son. general store. 

Fry Cumberland, saw mill. 

Hines O T. physician. 

Hughes & Porter, general store. 

Lloyd L & Co. grocers. 

Napier J M, blacksmith and justice. 

Napier Patrick, lilacksmiih. 

Osi'urn t^>yron. teaclier. 

Osburn C W. Assistant Postmaster. 

Osbiu'n W R. apiari.-t. 

Porter Bros, blacksmiths. 

Sellards W D. hotel. 

Sbamblin & Newhoiise. general store. 

Tabor C W, saw mill and silversmith. 

Vaughan \Vni. music teacher. 

Watts Dr Alvis. hotel. 



EAST SEWELL. 

A station on the Hcintington disision 
of the C & O Rv. in Fayette county. 1 
mile east of Sewell. 



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EATONS. 
Popiilati^n, 2',. On the B & O R R, 
in Woo.d count V, 19 miles sou t?i east of 
Parkers])urg. the county s^at and 
banking noint. Telephone connection. 
Exp. U S. .T E Carle postmaster. 



Becl-:\vith .Toe! lumb-^r. 
Car'e J E. General Store, 

and P^xnress Agent. 
Ci!t>^b"rt R R, live stock. 
Cuthbert & Carle, oils. 



EBY. 

A country postoffico in Tavlor coun- 
ty, 9 mil^s ease of Grafton, the county 
seat and banking point, and 4 from 
Thornton, its sbi[)ping point. ^lail, tri- 
weekly. B F Baylor postmatser. 

Baylor B F, General Store. 
Baylor J M, grist mill. 



EASTON. 

Population. 100. In Monongalia 
countv, 2^2 miles east of Morgantov.-n. 
the county seat, shipping and bank- 
ing point. Mail, daily. L. G. Reppert 
postmaster. 

Morris T A, flour nriill. 
Reppert T. G. gen<^^ral store. 
Stewart Marion W. general store. 



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ECHART. 

I A country postofhce in Boone coun- 
1 ty, 30 miles southeast of ■Madison, the 
I county seat and banking point, 45 from 
I Marmet. the shipping point, and .52 
1 from Charleston. Mail, tri-weekly. 
' Victoria Jarrell postmistress. 

Barrett J A, general store. 
I Browning J A, lawyer, 
i Browning J R, constable and music 
I teacher. 

i Dickens E S, teacher, 
i Gunnoe Daniel, justice. 
: Hall 'Si & Co, timber contractors. 
I flatfield A .7, physician. 
i Hatfield & Horn, general store. 
I White Bros & Co, timber contractors. 



! ECHO. 

' Population, 125. A postoffice on the 
i N & W Rv. in Wayne county. iVo 
I miles south of Wavne, the countv seat, 
! and banking point. J W McFarland 
I postmaster 

I Bays J E. justice. 

' Osborn W T & Son. General Store. 

i Wilson & Workman, general store. 



! ECKMAN. 

i Population. 2.000. A village on the 
I N & W Ry, in McDowell county, 12 
I miles east of Welch, the county seat 
; and banking P'Oint. Telephone connec- 
; tion. Exp, Southern. Tel, W U. E L 
Cassell postmaster. 

Eureka Coal <& Coke Co. 
; McDowell H. exp. r r and tel agt. 
i Pulaski Iron Co. 

Shawnee Coal & Coke Co. 



EDEN. 

! A country postoffice in Calhoun 
' couutv. ,30 miles southeast of Grants- 
i ville, the county seat, and 30 from 



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•*;.i)!)!ii^' point. ^Tail, daily. ArisLotle 
S'lnrh i!o>lnuistt"r. 

liM'Ks H»'V J .Al (M E South). 
!:.''!i>f;!!. W'-UT-n <fc Sons, irrist tnill. 
Smifh Aristotle, Lawyer. 



EDGAR. 

P(.Iiuiation,10u. In .fackson coimtv, 

1.; inilr-s .son til of Ftipley, the county 
.V. at. hanUins- and sliippiiisr point. Mail, 
ti-!-\v(n'k]y. Samuel E Sialnaker post- 
master. 



Hiokle G A, live stock, 
liickman .Tohn F. general store. 
Hill I W. 2:eneral store. 
flill O P. carpenter. 
\M-h(jlis .7 \V, cariM-ntt-r. 
Stalnaker K C cv. \\' B, jewelers. 
Stalnaker S E & Sons, Farm 
chinery. 



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EDGARTON. 

Population. ?.00. A village on the 
Tui; river and on the X & W Ry 
(Railroad name. Delormet, in Mingo 
<>ounty. IG miles southeast of Vv'illiam- 
MiU. the county seat and banking 
iK)int. Exp, Southern. J i' Troeger 
{postmaster. 



Burgess 



physician. 



<'ainpi)ell A W. saw mill. 
i>'»fs()n .] E, lumber. 
• iranevine Coal Co. 

lioss — , physician. 

Siafry Y T, exp, r r and tel agt. 
Thonipson Z A, physician. 
Walfford D J, Lawyer. 



EDGE WATER. 

V st-iti(m on the Huntingtcni divis- 
^^a oi" ilio C «S: O Ry, in Fayette conn- 
'y. L' viiiies east of Montgomery. 



EDGINGTON. 
Poijulation, Co. In Brooke county. 
«Mi fhe P C C & St L Ry, 8 miles 
ntiffh of Wellshurg. the county seat. 
and 1 fj-oni Steubenville. O. it.s bank- 
ing po'nt. with whicii it is conn-^cu d 
b'^' bridge. R R name is Wheeling 
-'iirij-rion. Telephone connection. Exp. 
"•'bims. Mrs John K Miller postmis- 



FLINT ^WMLir^G MFG. CO. 

H. E. NEAVKI.L, SlHiia^er. , 

WliOfilLLSIi POMPS. 

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Miller Mrs J K. Grocer. 

Ross John, tel agt. 

Walton D C, exp and r r agt. 

EDITH. 

A postofhce in Wyoming county. 4 
miles southeast of Oceana, the countv 
seat and banking point, and 28 north 
of Welch, its shipping point. Mail, 
daily. Perry EI kins postmaster. 

Bailey Birt, blacksmith. 

Bailey D C. carpenter.. 

Bailey G C. ])lacksmith and mason. 

Elkins Perry, Schcoi Teacher. 

Hutch ens Rev E S. 

Lambert T H. saw mill. 

Stewart K A & R A. general store. 



♦EDMISTON. 

A country postoffice in r^ewis coun- 
ty. 8, miles soutiiwest of Weston, the 
county seat, bankinic and shipping 
point. Telephone connection. Mail, 
daily. J E Turner postmaster. 

Fiesher ^ eter. survevor and gunsmith. 

Gillooly P F, justice. 

Turner J E, Flour Mill and General 

Store. 
Turner S F. millinery. 
Turner Miss Sarah, music teacher. 
White Luke, county commissioner. 



EDMOND. 

Population. I'OO. A villasre in Fay- 
erte cou.nty, S miles from Favetteville. 
the county seat and banking point. CO 
from Charleston, and ?, from Nuttalk 
t-he shippins: point. Mail, daily. W D 
Ifollidav postmaster. 

P.lizzard J W, contractor. ' 

Cavendish G W. notary. O 

Hatcher S.- Thomas, general store. J 

HoIIiday W D, General Store. ^ 



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6. L McKAIN, Manager, 



General Gil Well Fishermen 

Mnfrs. of the Latest Tools and Oil 

Well SpeclaUies in the field. 



Parkersburg, W. Va. 

Beii Phone 172. 

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Kincaid Ernest, stonemason. 
Meadows J.ewis. constable. 
Rog-ers C P, meats. 
S'.viliing Ed. barber. 
Wood E S, blacksmith. 



Carder Austin, live stock. 
Hoi brook I W. physician. 
Mason S L, live stock. 
Thomas L A, Notary. 



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EDNA. I 

A country postoffice in Putnam conn- j 
ty. 14 miles south of Winfiield, the I 
county seat and C miles from St. Al- ; 
bans, the banking and shipping point. | 
Mail by special supply. Cyrus W j 
Young postmaster and general store. i 



EFFIE. 

Population, .50. A village in Wayne 
county, 13 miles south of Wayne, the 
county seat, and 7 from Louisa Ky, 
the banking and shipping point. Mail, 
tri-weekiy. Stephen Pinson postmas- 
ter. 

.Jarrell J L, blacksmith. 
Lambers Rev J C (Baptist). 
McCormick B B, music teacher. 
McCormick & Jarrell, grist mill. 
Rife G .J, prin of school. 
Robertson Warren, saw mill. 
Thompson H W, carpenter. 
Vanhorn &. Short, general store, 
Wilson Rev L CBaptist). 
Wilson Rev P H (Baptist). 
Wilson W'ayne, carpenter. 



EDRAY. ' 

Population, 1.50. A village in Poca- : 
hontas county, i miles north of Mar- ' 
linton, tne coimty seat, banking and 
shipping point, and 210 from Wheel- 1; 
iug. Telephone connection. Mail. ! 
daily. George P Moore postmaster. ; 



EGERIA. 

A discontinued postoffice in Raleigh 
county. Mail to Barn. 



harlow D Ti, planing mill. 
Barlow & Moore, general store. 
Baxter G?orge, surveyor. 
Dilley Charles H. blacksmith. 
Geiger Godfrey, flonr mill. 
Moore Rev G P CMethodist). 
Moore George P, General Store. 
Price James W, physician. 
Sharp Isaac, live stock. 
Sharp Wm M. hotel. 
Smith A J, tanner. 
Tyler George T, blacksmith. 
W^hite J N. saw mill. 



EGGLETON. 

A country postoffice in Putnam 
county, 25 miles south of Winfield, the 
county seat, 1.5 from Hurricane, the 
shipping point, and 25 from Charles- 
ton, the banking town. Mail, daily. 
W A Montgomery postmaster. 

Henderson Charles, general store. 
Montgomery W A, General Store. 



EDWIN, 

A country postoffice in Webster 
county. 20 miles west of Webster 
Springs, the county seat, and the same 
distance from Sutton, the banking 
point. Erbacon, on the B & O R R. 
ZV2 miles distant, is the nearest ship- 
ping point. Mail, daily. Mary A 
Thomas postmistress. 



EGLON. 

Population, 225. A village in Pres- 
ton county, 25 miles from Kingwood, 
the county seat, and 10 southwest of 
Oakland Md, the shipping and banking 
point. Telephone connection. Daily 
mail .-^tage to Oakland, fare 50c. Mrs 
Emilie Scherr postmistress. 

Bush Louis, hotel. 
Firhtner C Roy. blacksmith. 
Fike Bros, grist mill. 
Haas J J, painter. 
Hays Jesse, general store. 
Miller J F, carpenter. 
Parks Mrs L L, furniture. 
Parks L L. undertaker. 
Scherr Julius, General Store. 



for TlRiber, Coa!, Oil Lands, farms and all other 

kinds of Ileal Estate Ses Grogg & Dudley's Admtisement, page 26. 



JAYLOR ^ JAYLO^, oil producers. 



Oil Lands, Timber and ^lineral Lands. PARKERSBURO, VV. VA. 

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KAINAVmA HOTEL, 

"Ask the U. C. T. Man." 
F. D. POM ROY. Propr. Telephone Service 

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SeTby J Gilbert, physician. 
Warner Andrew, hotel. 
Wenzel John W, justice. 
Winters D H &; Son, blacksmiths. 



EGYPT. 

Population, 150. In Wayne county, 
10 miles northwest ot Wayne, the 
county seat and banking point, "and IK'2 
from Buchanan Ky, the nearest ship- 
ping point. Mail, daily. H S Hutchi- 
son postmaster, 

Beckley John, teacher. 
Gilkinson G C, blacksmith. 
Gilkinson H, lawyer. 
Gilkinson Mary B, saw mill. 
Hatter; Harvey, grist mill. 
Hatten S isc Son, general store. 
Hutchison H S, Grocer, Live Stock 

and Notary Public. 
Kirk John, general store. 
Weliman Allen, grocer. 



Morgan J Randolph, grist mill. 
Morris Brooks, poultry, 
Morris Joseph T, physician. 
.Nion Samuel, dairy. 
Riddle D C, barber. 
Riddle Rev J O. 
Rignter John, justice. 
Rinehart Levi, live stock. 
Rutherrord F T, lawyer. 
Tucker Hiram, teamster. 
Williams John, undertaker. 



j ELEVEN MILE SIDING. 

A station on the West Virginia Short 
'[ Line division ot the B & O R R. In 
I Wetzel county^ 
I of Brooklyn. 



I ELGOOD. 

I Tn Mercer county, 14 miles east ut 
; Princeton, the county seat and bank- 
I ing point, and 7 north of Oakdale, its 
■shipping point. Mail, tri-weekly. 



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ELDORA. 

Population, 69. Marion county, 7 
miles south of Fairmont, the county 
sfat and banking town, and 3 from 
lu-nton Ferry, the nearest shipping 
point. Telephone connection. Stage 
daily to Boothsviile, McGee and Ro- 
minc Mills. Mail, daily. J Kennedy 
postmaster, 

FUce J L, coal and oil. 
Curry Mrs C M, music t^^acher. 
DenlKim James, wholesale fish. 
Hailhjy Henry, tanner. 
Haiiiey John, teamster, 
ilartley & Tonkery, saloon. 
Lowe F K, justice. 
Lowe Robert, live stock. 
•Mauley Collin, builder. 
Mai-tin B K, justice. 



ELL 

Population, 25. Wood county, 9 miles 
southwest of Parkersburg, the county 
seat, banking and shipping point. Mail, 
daily. 



ELIZABETH. 

Population, 65G. The county seat of 
Wirt county, is an incorporated town 
: on the Litlle Kanawha river and Little 
; Kanawha R R, 120 miles south of 
; Wheeling and 26 from Parkersburg. 
j Has 4 churches, good schools, two 
I good hotels, a bank, planing mill, and 
I 2 weekly newspapers. Steamboat 
I connections daily with Parker^sburg 
i and Creston. Telephone facilities. 
I Exp, Adams. George M Thompson 
I postmaster. 



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,^ . IRON IN A BUILDING. 

Get My Estimate. 

P . R I E S E C K , 

ALLEGHENY AVE. A^D REBECCA ST., 

ALLEfjHE^Y, PA. 

See adv. In Builders' Iron Work. 



Adams Express Co, Val Rathbone 
agont. 

Badger Bros f Charles R and P^rank), 
I'uruirure inrrtrs. — ' " " 

Badger John B, builder. 

Baldwin Louis L, lawyer. ■■ 

Boise Jasper N, justice. 

Bridgewater Gas Co, James W Bell 
supt. 

Brown Thomas A, lawyer. 

Bums H H & Co of Marietta O, oil 
{producers. 

Byrd Robert A. agent. 

Cain Samuel W, real estate and in- 
surance. 

Carney James M, physician. 

Casto D C Jr. lawyer. 

Casto O J. physician. 

Cenrral District & Printing Telegraph 
Co, Theresa Showalter operator. 

Clark J W, barber. 

Clinton Charles, carpenter. 

Copen F C, prosecuting attorney. 

Cunningham C C, barber. 

Davis H M. grocer. 

Davis Rev B C (M E South). 

Dot'-on Elliott, oil well contractor. 

Douglass H Sons. ties. 

Elizabeth Flouring Mill, Lauer & Win- 
laud proprs. 

Elizabeth Gas Co, Clarence M Phillips 
mngr. 

Elizabeth Undertakin 
Gray sec and mngr. 

Eureka Pipe Line Co 
supt. 

Fint Frank E, jeweler. 

Foster .lohn, general store. 

Fought Thomas A, county commis- 
sioner. P O Nev.ark. 

Full Louis, county commis-^ione!-, P O 
Area. 

Gillilan Mrs :^I E, dressmaker. 

Giinitir Frank, county assessor, P O 
Morris. 

Gilmore John W, photographer. 



Co, Joseph 
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Gray Bros (Joseph and Benjamin F), 
; department store. 

Crj-ay Leonard, furniture. 
, iiaverty Frederick, J, county supt of 
sciiocds. - , - , 

Hickman & Whan (W F Hickman, S 
M Wb.an), oil welk contractors and 
producers. 

Hoffman W L,' clerk circuit court, 

Hot)kins Wm J. roofer. 

Hotel Raleigh, George M Thompson 
propr. 

fioward Wm E, carpenter. 

Jamiescm & Co (T W Jamieson, O .S 
Somerville), drugs. 

Johnson Rev AI C (M E South). 

Kanawha Drilling Co, C M Phillips 

supt, well drillers. 
; Kanawha Hotel, F D Pomroy Proprie- 
tor. Good Livery in Connection. (See 
adv.) 

Kanawha News the, S H Mitchell ed- 
itor and propr 

is:iger Rev M F (Baptist). 

■ King Benjamin F, shoemaker. 
Kirchner Hardware Co (John M and 

' Theodore R Kircher, and George B 
McShafer). 

Lauer & Winiand (George Lauer, W; 
D Winiand), proprs Elizabeth Flour- 
ing Mill. 

Law Rev Harvey M (M E). . • 

Little Kanav/ha R R, Val Rathbone 
agent. _. 

• McGee Elizabeth, milinery» 

McGee John L, furniture, undertaker 
and general store. 

Martin John W, law'yer. 

.Midnight Oil Co, W F Hickman supt. 

■ Mitchell Mrs Ona, ladies' furnishings. 
' Mitchell Shirley H, editor and propr 
i The Kanawha News. 

Morris Oliver C, pres county court, P 
O Reedy Ripple. 
, Morrow Oil Co, S M Whan supt. 
Nelson ville Oil &c Gas Co of Nelson- 

ville O, oil producers. 
: Nuzum John, prin of schools. 
Ott Adam J, wagon maker. 
Patterson & McCormick (Parkersburg 

^V Va), oil producers. 
Pell H F, county surveyor. P O Cres- 

ton. 
Pomroy F D, Proprietor Kanawha 

Hotel. (See adv.) 
Pomroy Ida, restaurant. 
' Pomroy Wm M Jr, town sergeant. 



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Cmn' Bros of Parkersbiira: W Va. oil 
producers. 
. liiithbone Va.], agent Little Kanawha 
H K and Adams Express Co. 

Reeder Charles L, grocer. 

Itichardsou Drilling Co, C H Richard- 
son SUpt. : 

r.oboit George W, sheriff and cashier 
Wirt County Bank. 

Roberts, Vv'oodyard & Co (G W Rob- 
erts, Robert H Woodyard and James 
Burton), general store. 

Say re Mrs V E, millinery. 

Smith Albert, lawyer. 

Smith Eva, dressmaker. 

Smith James L, lawyer. 

Smith & Hickman (Albert Smith, Cy- 
rus Hickman;, publrs The Times- 
Messenger. 

Scmerville H A, lawyer. 

Somerviile «S: :McClung (Okey Somer- 
vibe. Park W McChmgj, pnysicians 

Sterrect Rev W B (Presbyterian). 

Summers George, expressman. 

Thompson George M, propr Hotel Ra 
ieigh and Postmaster. 

Times-Messenger The, Smith & Hick- 
man publrs. 

Torpedo Co of Elizabetli. 

Trout George T, dentist. 

Vernon \Vm E, meats. 

Weaver Belle, dressmaker. 

Wendieken E. supt Eureka Pipe Line 
Co. 

Wirt County Bank, James A Wiseman 
pres, G W Roberts cashier. 

Woodring R J, rooter. 

Woodyard Charles, harnessmaker. 



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A station on the Huntington di- 
vision of the C & O Ry, in Kanawha 
county, 2 miles west of Charleston. 



ELK. 

iV postofRce in Tucker county, 15 
niiles southeast of Parsons, the coun- 
ty seat, 9 from Davis, the banking 
point, and 5 from Gladwin, the ship- 
ping point. Mail tri- weekly. 

Carr Jesse, general store. 



ELK GARDEN. 

Population. 1..5U0. An incorporated 
'<'wu on the W Va, C «& P Ry, in Min- 
"lal cuunty, 20 miles southwest of Key- 

''• f'u*^ county seat, and 13 from Pied- 



J. C. REILLY, Pres. H. P. H\AS, Vice Pres. 
F. T. LAUI.NGER, Sec'y and Ti«as. 

FREEHOLD REAL ESTATE COMPANY, 

334 Fourth Avenue, 

1st Floor Times BJdg., Pittsburg, Pa. 
DIRECTORS: 

J.O.Cailery. M. K. McMuilin, J, C, Reiily, L.ViIsack, 
Charles Donnelly, W. V, Csllery, D. A, Reed. H.F.Haas. 
Transacts all Kinds olr Real Estate, 

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mont, the nearest bank location. Min- 

; ing is extensively carried on, there 

: being two larg^e companies engaged in 

that industry. It was in the Elk Gar- 

: d jn region that the famous 1 1-foot, or 

■"Big Vein," was first developed, and 

it is estimated by geologists that the 

field contains ov«/r 1' n,i,.iM,(;ijU tons of 

vorkabie coal. The town has Cath- 

3lic, .Methodist Episcopal. Metliodist 

Episcopal South and Presbyterian 

churches, and a graded public school. 

Coal and lumber are shipped. The 

surrounding country is excellent . for 

i grazing purposes. Exp, Adams. Tel, 

' \V Va Central. F C Rollman post- 

' master. 

i Arnold David C, Prin Public School 

i and County Assessor. 

• Arnold :\lay, music teacher. 

Arnold Walter, music teacher. 
; Avonhalt j E, justice. 
. Bane J R & Bro, general store. 

Rarnhouse E, notel. 

Barnhouse .June, music teacher. 
! Brown Miss N W, milliner. 

Buxton & Landstreet Co, gen? store. 

Cannos F, restaurant. 

Dean Marsh, teacher. 

P^inch .T H, grocer. 
'Gerstell Fred, physician. 

Gerstell Robert, physician. 

Gilbert Wm, barber. 

Harris Otha, general store. 

Junkins Arch L, jeweler. 

Kennedy J .J. pliysician. 
; Right \Vm H. hotel and news stand. 
; Moran .James, restaurant. 
' Nethken C E. meat market. 

Norman E :m & Co, general store. 

Gates L aac E. Hour mill. 

Gates Wm E, livf-ry. 

Rollman F C, photographer. 

Shillingburg C E. justice. 

Simpson W'alttT. grocer. 



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ELKHORN. 

Population. 2.000. A town on the 
Tug river, and on the N & W Ry, in 
McDowell county, 18 miles southeast 
of Welch, the county seat, and 10 
from Bramwell, the nearest banking 
point. Telephone connection. Exp, 
Southern. Tel. \V U. Samuel E. Staf- 
ford postmaster. 

Barnes F O, sewing machines. 

Carter W C, justice. 

Crozier Coal & Coke Co. 

Deitrich H, butcher. 

Deitrich W H, butcher. 

Elkhorn Band. S .J Evans le ider. 

Farley W H, physician. 

Guy G, L, propr Elkhorn Ba'fery. 

Hotel Elkhorn. Mrs I G Sutj hin propr. 

Houston Coal & Coke Co. 

Kershaw C, mine contract r. 

Kirk J B, physician. 

Pyle G W. r r and exp a^ ent. 

Reyburn J A, physician. 

Simpson Bros, barbers. 

Stafford Samuel E, Bi /er Houston 

Coal & Coke Co. 
Stultz M F, poultry. 
Sutphin Mrs I G, propr Hotel Elkhorn. 
Sutphin I G. sewing m ichines. 
Upland Coal Co. 
Woodburn W W, teh .graph operator. 

ELKir S. 

The county sf^at cl Randolph coun- 
ty, named in honor of Hon. S B El- 
kins, U S senator f om West Virginia, 
is located on the V^' Va C & P Ry. 113 
mile.-' from Cumberland and 7 from 
Beverly. The town was founded in 
April, 1889. Its present population, 
which is steadily increasing, is about 
3.0OO. The railroad extends to Hutton- 
ville. IS miles di.-'-ant. A branr-h exten- 
sion of the road southwest from Elkins 
to connect with the C & O Ry now be- 
ing built to The forks of the Greenbrier 
river in Pocahontas county has been 



; completed and opens up a virgin re- 
' gion of lumber, coal and minerals, and 
gives a direct connection with Piti.-- 
burg and the leading markets of the 
East and West. The other branch 
runs northwest to Belington. Barbour 
: county, connecting with the Grafton 
, «Sr Belington road, giving an outlet to 
i Pittsburg, Cincinnati and the West. 
I Elkins is blessed with superior advan- 
\ tages. its inexhaustible supply of coal, 
1 its forests and excellent trans- 
j portation facilities combine to make 
j it a mining and manufacturing city 
I that defies competition. The trout- 
i filled streams and forests alive with 
I wild turkey, bear and deer, attract 
sportsmen, its picturesque scenery at- 
' tracts the artist, while the pure water 
I and crisp mountain air induce the 
[health seeker to visit this city of the 
j Alleghenies. Three weekly newspa- 
I pers are publisned. Tygart's Valley 
: News, the Inter-Mountain and the 
! Randolph Enterprise, and The Mystic 
Tie. a fraternal monthly, being" the 
I only :Masonic paper published in the 
j state. There is a good hotel, modem 
i opera house, with a seating capacity 
j of 700, the largest tannery in the 
, state, and numerous other manufac- 
tories. The Davis Memorial Hospital, 
i supplied with the most modern equip- 
; ment. has just been opened for the 
' reception of patients. Telephone con- 
nection. Exp, Adams. Tel, W Va 
Central. James S Posten postmaster. 

Adams Express Co. W H Mahan agt. 

Allen Edna C. teacher. 

Anglen Sisters (Nettie and Annie), 

milliners. 
Armstrong Harry F. notary. 
Arnold D H Hill, lawyer. 
Ashenberger Albert, observer U S 

Weather Bureau. 
Atlantic Refining Co. 
Bailey & Martin (W A Bailey. D R 
; .Martin), contractors. 



Engraving by All Processes. Printinn of Ever>' Description. 

Rawsthorne Enoraving k Printing Company, 

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Bak-;r Wra E, commissioner CouTity 
c'oiiri. 

Batikliead C H, dentist. 

Harron Rev F H (Presbyterian.) 

Hell Tlionias, prop Tremont House. 

Ik'Ht .fames A, lawyer. 

l-,vi'A Eiiat'nia, niiliinor. 

Hoard of Trade of Eikins. W H Cobb 
pres. Howard Sutherland sec, N G 
Keim treas, 

Bosworth Albert S, physician. 

B<.)W':'r W H, gen mngf Coal & Coke 
Ry Co. 

Hrandley Arnold, jeweler. 

l»rovvn Paul, merchant tailor. 

Brown W A .J. physician. 

Cain James, general store. 

CfMitral Hotel. Marian Lantz. propr. 

Chaffey R, propr Eikins Steam Laun- 
dry. 

Cliannell Isaac AV. sho:^maker. 

Chcnoweih Wm, nropr Eikins Hotel. 

Clause H L. pronr Ciaiisi:^ House. 

Coal & Coke Railwav Co, H G Pavis 
pres, .1 T Davis v-pres, C Z^I Hend- 
ley sec, W H Bower gen mngr. 

Cobb & I\iaxwe!l ( W H Cobb. C W 
Maxwell), lawyers. 

Cons-olidate*! Telephone Co, R D Doug- 
lass mngr. 

Corder Rev W B (M E South). 

Cr)rnwell J S. supt of schools. 

Crawford K B. county eommissioner. 

I ricKard Augustus .1. county surveyor. 

Crickard Patrick, pres county com- 
missioners, P O Crickard. 

Crouch Kate, teacaer. 

Crouch Lee, county clerk. 

Cunningham B Y, mngr Singer Mfg 
Co. 

Cunningham J A, bicycles. 

(^unningham ?,lrs R C, millinery. 

Curtis George AT. city recorder and 
clerk of council. 

Curtis \Vm J, carpenter. 



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Steel Rails [ReSayinq and ^evv] Pipe, 
Iron and Steel Cold Rolled Shafting. 

Chapman Gate Valves, Cas+iigs, Gray Iron. 
Malleable Iron, Steel. Buyers of Scrap Metal. 
FARMERS BANK BUILDING, 

PITTSBURGH. 



Dailey C W, lawyer and counsel West 
Va Central & Pittsburg Ry. 

Dailey John H, plumber. 

Daly Kev John i.R C;. 

Daniels H W, physician. 

Darden Co c>*^aiph Darden), feed. 

Darlinton Grace, music teacher. 

Davis CulJiery Co (capiiai $;i,uOO,000), 
H G Davis pres, John T Davis v-pres 
and gonl rnngr, N 1 Hail sec. 

Davis :\iemoriai Hospital, Dr Wm W 
Golden siipt and surgeon in charge, 
Dr. M S Wilson asst resident sur- 
geon. 

Davis Thomas S, barber. 

Dean & Hortman, R A McClan'athaa 
mngr, contractors, 

Dick John P, jeweler. 

Donohoe Thomas, saloon. 

Douglass R D, mngr Consolidated Tel- 
ephone Co. 

Dye Wm IM, restaurant. 

Eider James H, billiards. 

Eikins Brick & Tile Co, W G Wilson 
pres, N T Hall sec. 

Eikins Cash Grocery, J H Fout pres, 
W G Plarwood sec. 

Eikins Foundry & Machine Co, J T 

- Davis pres, W H Bower geni mngr. 

Eikins Furniture ik. Hardware Co, Wm 
H'Dann pres and gen mngr. 

Eiivins Hotel, Wm Ciienoweth propr, 

Eikins Ice & Storage Co, Daniel Wade 
supt. 

Eikins Milling Co (capital $20,000), J 
E Herner pres, N I Hall sec and 
treas. 

Eikins National Bank (capital .^oO.OOO, 
surplus $51.(;00), S B Eikins pres, H 
R Warrield cashier. 

Eikins Planing Mill Co, R M McMillen 
gen mngr. 

Eikins Steam Laundry, R Charfey 
propr. W D K^ach mngr. 

Eikins Hon Stephen B, United States 
Senator. 






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Elkins Tauning^ Co. Wilson Kistler 
gen mngr, J M WooUliu^ £upt, 

Feaster L T, jeweler. 

FiorenLluo Anthony, fruit. 

Fletcher F A, mngr Harding & Upman 

Font John H, clothing. 

Fredlock Armistead M, physician. 

Galthor Miss, tcaciier. 

G'-mnia .John, coiu'octioner. 

Gilhjoly Mary E, milliner. 

Gil^joly }vlrs Owen, dry goods. 

Goddin J W, county commissioner. 

Golden Benjamin, dry goods. ^..' 

Golden \Vm \V, siipt and surgeon In 
charge Davis Memorial Hospital. 

Goley Charles A, men's furnishings. 

Graham W H, restaurant. 

Greynolds D ii, t« aciier. 

Guliand J S, agt J C Orrick & Co. 

Hafl'ner S B. agt West. Va Central & 
Pittsburg Ry. 

Hamiil :Mrs C H, teacher. 

Harding Clare W, prosecuting attor- 
ney. 

Harding & Harding (Joseph F and 
Clare \V), lawyers. 

Harding &. Upman, aj'chitects, F A 
Fletcher mngr. 

Harmon Mary, teacher. 

Harper Seyuiour, meats. 

Harper »& Yeager {lH h Harper, Henry 
Yeager), r.^stauraiit. 

Heavencr Br(js (Josiah W and John 
E). general store. 

Hendloy C M, sec Coal & Coke Ry Co. 

Herriciv Thomas, general store. 

Hinkle llebec(;a, feed. 

Holt John Homer, judge county court. 

Holt Samuel O, city collector and 
treas. 

Houser D I^. mngr Firkle. Bryan & Co. 

Hotel Del Monte. James Xalien propr. 

Hulderman Mrs C. dressmaker. 

Hutton E. pn^s Randolph County Bank 

Ice E Clark, lawyer. 



; Inter-Mountain, Herman G Johnsoh 
propr and editor. 

Irons John C, physician. 
! irons W Y, dentist. 

Irwin Mrs M B, head nurse Davis 
Memorial Hospital. 

Johnston F S Drug Co (F S Johnston) 

Keach W D, mngr Elkins Steam Laun- 
dry. 

Keenan H L, lawyer. 

Keim W H, cashier Randolph County 
1:5 an k. 
i Keim & Wilt (N George Keim, Albert 
Wilt), insurance, real estate. 

Kendall Z & Son (Zacharias and Mar- 
ceilus A), Furniture and Undertalc- 
ing. 

Kennedy Camden W. restaurant. 

King Bios (Owen and Michael), sa- 
, loon. 

j King Ellen C, propr West Virginia 
I House. 

King ^lichael H, lawyer. 

Klein A & Bro (Abraham and Isaac), 
clothing. 
' Kogle ^vlichael, baker, 
i Kopfle Jacob, general store. 
I Lantz Marion, propr Central Hotel. 
: Leader Wm C. restaurant. 
! Leonard Mrs R E, teacher. 
! Lewis C B, sign painter. 
; Linger E C & Co (S B Haffner, Ed- 
! ward C Linger), hardware. 
I Loomis Rev Herbert F (Baptist.) 
I Lyon Karl G, plumber. 
' McClanathan R A, civil engineer and 
; mngr Dean &. Hoffman. 
j r^IcLane S H, teacher. 
' McQuain T.,evi W, county assessor P 
j O Beverly. 

I Mahan W H. agt Adams Express. 
1 Marshall Francis P. sheriff. 
; Maxwell Bessie, teacher. 
; Maxwell Wilson B. city attorney. 
i Mayers Charles E, blacksmith. 
! Mountain State Odd Fellow, F J Trip- 
; plett editor. 

i Moyle Bros (Daniel V and John), gcn- 
j eral store. 
i Mystic Tie, Weymouth Publishing Co 

pubs. 
; Nallen James, propr Hotel Del Monte. 
' News Printing Co, C M Arstiller Pres. 
i E E Taylor Sec and Treas. F J Trip- 
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I Nip Charlie, laundry. 



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XydeggCT Co The. John F Nydegger 

proi^' N I '■-- •' c. ^^il^n A PiilHnni 

nmgr real estate dept, insurance. 
Orrick .1 C & Co. wholesale grocers, 

.[ S GuUand agent. 
Parmesano Vincent, fruits. 
I'attison liarry O. gen sec Y M C A. 
Fhares Jasrper N, coimcy assessor P. 

O Orlena. 
Pilson W H jr, official stenographer 

county court. 
Poe Edgar A, county supt of schools. 
Posten J S & Co (James S Posten), 

mens ffirnisiiings. 
Posten James S. postmaster. 
Posten Opera House. James S Posten 

and \V G Wilson proprs. 
Potts Rev M P H (Baptist.) 
Powers H W. carpent»^r. 
Pritt Warwick, photographer. 
Pulliam John A. ningr real estate dept 

The Xydegger Co. 
Raenu^ch Henry, blacksmith. 
Randolph County Bank (.capital S25.- 

000), E Hutton pres/ W H Keim 

cashier. 
Randolph Enterprise, Weymouth Pub- 
lishing Co publrs. 
Randolph Co, J A Crislip pres. Frank 

Armstrong sec, wholesale grocers. 
Randolph Hotel. John Wilson Propr, 

Wilson Bros :\Ingrs, First Class 

Commt^rcial Hotel. 
Ray Chauncy B, grocer. 
Reger Shelton R, lawyer. 
Reminder The, Rev Herbert F Loomis 

editor. 
Ressegger Rev (M E.) 
Robinson Rev Amos (Baptist.) 
Rohrbaugh J. W & Co (John W and 

Martha Rohrbaugh), general store. 
Rowan Stark A, deputy county clerk 

and notary public. P O Beverly. 
Rowland R L. music teacher. 
Rowland R L & Co. books. ^ 

Rurt'ner Miss, teacher colored school. 
l^a«<]ersou H C, merchant tailor. 
Scott Cyrus H. lawyer. 
Schockey O & Co (Oliver, Cecil. Peter 

and Nancy Shocicey), planing mill. 
Singer Mfg Co, B Y Cunningham mngr 
Skinner Mr and Mrs T H, music teach- 
ers. 
Sleet h Mrs Wm H, drv goods, 
-'^mith (t Wees (Milfurd M Smith, 

Bo vd Wees), general store. 
Stack Miss E. matron and nurse Davis 
Memorial Hospital. 



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Stalnaker Belle, teacher. 

Sialnaker Thomas, justice. 

Stalnaker Wilbur L, druggist. 

Scuiber George, merchant tailor. 

Stutzman Lena, teacher. 

Switzer C L &. Co, W D Gall mngr, 

undertakers. 
Talbott Hewis W, physician. 
Talboti Reason, painter. 
Talbott & Hoover (Elam D Talbott, 

Benjamin ^l Hoover 1, lawyers. 
Taylor Ealum E, justice. 
Thanksgiving Steel Range Co, C H 

Sheppard mngr. 
lowry Joseph, cabinetma^tver. 
Tremont House, Thomas Bell propr. 
Trickett R M. grocer. 
Triplett Floyd J, Managing Editor 

Tygarts Valley News. 
Trust Company of West Va (Paid up 

capital ^I'oi'.OOo, surplus $25,000), H 

G Davis pres. S B Elkins v-pres, W 

G Wilson v-pres and sec, M Paul 

Phillips treas. 
Turner 6c Hartsock (Samuel Turner, 

A Scott Hartsock), saloon. 
Tygarts Valley News, News Printing 

Co Proprs, F J Triplett 2vlanaging 

Editor. 
United States Weather Bureau, Albert 

Ashenberger observer. 
Valley Improvement Co (capital $150.- 

000), John T Davis pres. N I Hall 

sec. electric light and water works. 
VonAllmen Christian, photographer. 
Wallace John J, baker. 
Walmsley & Coijerly (Jared L Walms- 

ley. .Tames Coberly), lawyers. 
Wamsley Kuth, teacher. 
Westfall Ernest, blacksmith. 
Wostfall iJllie V. teacher. 
West Va Central Gas Co. 
West Va Central & Pittsburg Ry. 
West Va Chemical Co, S A Willhide 

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West Virg-inia House, Ellen C King 

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Weymouth Publishing Co, C Lee W^ey- 

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White \V C Lumber Co, A A Rudy gen 

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Willhide Stark A, drugs. 
Willhide W L. tinsmith. 
Wilmoth Alonzo F. harnessmaker. 
Wilson Bros, Managers Randolph 

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Wilson George N, clerlv circuit court. 
Wilson John, Proprietor Randolph 

Hotel. 
Wilson }*I S, physician and assistant 

resident surgeon Davis Memorial 

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Wilson Wm H, deputy clerk circuit 

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Wimer C H & Co (Charles H Wimer, 

W H Keim), livery. 
Woodford I C Jr, gen mngr W Va 

Eastern Telephone Co. 
Woodford Joseph M, lumber. 
Woodford Joseph N, Mayor. 
Woodford R L Sz. Co, general store. 
Yeager & Griffith (F C Yeager, Cly4a 

Griffitn), barbers. 
Zirkle, Bryan & Co (T S Zirkle, J H 

Bryan), D L Houser mn^r, general 

store. 



ELKWATER. 

A postoffice m Randolph county, 23 
miles soutn of Eikins; the county seat, 
and 25 from /.ieverly, the nearest 
banking" and saipping point. Mail 
daily. 



iiLLA. 

Population, iio. A postoffice in 
Alarsnaii countj, 18 miles south of 
Moundsville, tne county seat, 10 from 
New .vlartinsviiie, its banking point, 
and 2V2 irom Proctor, its shipping 
point. Jviail daily. jlary L D Mc- 
iienry postmistress. 



ELLEN. 

A recently established postoffice in 
Mason county, 22 miles south of Point 
Pleasant, tne county seat, ciud 4 ironi 
Gienwcod, the shipping point. Mail 
by special supply. 



ELLENBORO. 
On the B & O R R, in Ritchie coun- 
ty. 5 miles north of Harrisviile, the 
county seat, and 5 from Pennsboro, 
its banking point. Telephone connec- 
tion. Exp, U S. 

Coen Thomas, harnessmaker. 

Corbin Martin L, physician. 

Corbin Ocran, justice. 

Curry Mrs D J, dressmaker. 

Ellenboro Mill Co. 

Flannagan G T, general store. 

Hanshumacher Adam, blacksmith. 

Hickman A & Co, general store. 

Jones Attie, music teacher. 

Jones L H, physician. 
I Rogers Mrs J P, milliner. 
\ Satterfierd, "Miller & Co. general store. 
' Strickler J P & Son, general store. 



ELK KNOB. 

A postoffice in Summers county, 7 
miles northeast of Hinton, the county 
seat, banking and shipping point. 
:Mail, semi-weekl,r. 

Grimmett Clark, blacksmith. 
Grimmett Jackson, saw mill. 
Lilly C H, genera/ store. 



ELLIOT. 

In Fayette county, 13 miles north- 
east of Fayetteville, the county seat 
and ban King point, and 8 from Ansted, 
the nearest shipping point. Mail 
daily. G A Eigg^ postmaster. 

Biggs C A, general store. 
Leander Cornet Bana. 

ELLIS. 
Also known as Batons Mills. A 
country postoffice in Gilmer county. 
10 miles east of Glenville, the' county 



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lan.lo. faiv .$1. Mail tri-weekly, W E 
Milh-r postmaster. ! 

iii.'htflkeimcr Samuel, carpenter and 

hhuksmith. 
t'hilders Grace, music teacher. 
Conrod B F, justice. ; 

Cox W H & Son. general store. 
Tux & .Miller, general store. 
Davis G A, hotel. 
Jackson Rev Ira. 
McNemer .J B. constable. 
Moans & McHenry. general store. 
.\Ior.sen.ger .John, blacksmith. 
M» ssonger & Piercy. saw mill. 
Miller W E, General Store. 
.Moody Bros, millers. 
.Moody P S, general store. 
Kymer J, physician. 



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ELLISON. 

A country postoffice in Summers 
county, lo miles southwest of Hinton. 
".IP county seat, banking and shipping' 
point. Telephone connection. Mail 
tri-weekly. B P Lilly postmaster. 

Hatcher .f E C L. justic-. 
Wiley & Lilly, General Store. 



ELLSWORTH. 

.V postoffice in Ritchie county, l^i 
niiles northeast of Harrisville, the 
<'')unty seat, banking and shipping 
point. Mail daily." 

I.amm A H, general store. 



ELM GROVE. 

Population. 900. A town on the Co- 
I'lnihus. Wheeling & Pittsburg divis- 
'•»n^of the B & "O R R and Wheeling 
'\r Kim Grove R R. a sul)urban motor 
■'■n*\ in Ohio county, .5 miles east of 
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Baird J H, justice. 

Bedilion James S, general store. 

Bogara Levi, grocer. 

Bowers Wm, stone contractor. 

Bushon &: Lealiman, carpenters. 

Cracraft Wm A, physician. 

Criswell George, justice. 

Elm Grove Coal Co, .J B Chambers 
supt. 

Elm Grove B^lour Co, flour mill. 

Elm Grove House. 

Elm Grove Store Co, W R Chambers 
mngr, general store. 

Folmer F & Co. meats. 

Fra/ier James S. blacksmith. 

Gioson D S. r r and exp agent. 

Helfenbine Henry, blacksmith. 

Henderson Mrs E J, hotel. 

Herden Joseph, saloon. 

Kimmins J L. hardware and lumber. 

T^ow Amos, barber. 

McCauseland M H. general store. 

McCombs Bros, saloon. 

IMcCurdy J C, wagon manufacturer. 

IVIoore Rev (P E.) 

Mull Charles A. meats. 

National Telephone Co. 

Paquin Rev L P (R C.) 

Pestin.ger Fred, saloon. 

Raab John G. general store. 

Ryan A B, carpenter. 

Seibert Charles, supt Ohio Co Infirm- 
ary. 

Smith G W, Ice Cream Dealer. 

Smith Ship, marshal. 

Stender Frank, barber. 

The Maples Hotel, Frank Anderson 
propr. 

Thornburgh Bros, undertakers. 

Walters R H, Mayor. 

White Samuel, monuments. 



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ELMO. 

Population. 12.5. A village on the 
^ (S: O Ry. in Fayette county. .5 mile? 
from Fay>:^tteville. the county seat and 
banking point, and 48 from Charles- 
ton. Telephone connection. Exp. 
Adams. Tel, W U. f C Beury post- 
master. 

Baker Robert blacksmith. 

Beury Thomas C, General Manager 

f:imo Coal (fe Coke Co. 
Elmo Coal & Coke Co. 
Elmo Orchestra. 
Xest R D. tel and r r agent. 
, Pendleton P B. physician. 
Reese D \V. express agent. 
Thayer .John .T. superintendent. 



countv, \\U miles from Barboursville. 
See Martha (P O name) for buskiess. 



ELOISE. 

Population. H)0. A village in 
Wavne county. '50 miles southeast of. 
Wayn-^. the county seat and banking 
point, and 10 from Dunlovv, the ship- 
ping point. Mail semi-weekly. Jesse 
Spry postmaster. 

Adkins Rev Jackson (Baptist.) 
Haney Sampson, carpenter. 
Hugle Joe E, music teacher. 
Kirk James M, carpenter. 
Maynard .John, grist mill. 
Maynard John & Co. General Store. 
Sorv Jesse, general store. 
Williamson Jonah, blacksmith. 



ELTON. 

Population. 40. A village in Sum- 
mers county. 17 miles from Hinton, 
the countA' seat and n'^arest bank lo- 
cation, and 8 from Sandstone, the 
nearest shipping point. Telephone 
conn<^ction. Mail d^iU'. S P Bragg 
T>ostmaster and general store. 



ELMWOOD. 

Population. 4o. On Thirteen Mile 
creek. In Mason countv, 22 miles 
southeast of Point Pleasant, the coun- 
ty seat and near?st bank location, and 
~i^'o from Art)nckle. its shipping point. 
Telephone connection. Mail daily. 
S W King postmaster. 

Bnller W H, notary. 
Edington J F. justice. 
King Lenora M. music teacher. 
King S W, General Store and Under- 
taker. 
Myers Peter, blacksmith. 
Ray J M. physician and notary. 
Slade J S. constai.>le. 
Slade W A. miller. 
South Side Grist Mill. 
Thornton Wm. notarv. 



ELVERTON. 

A po^tofRce in Favette county, .5^2 
miles southeast of Favetteville. the 
co"ntv s^at and banking point, and 
1 from Caperton, the shipping point. 
Mail daily. 



ELWELL. 

A country postoffice on the Ohio 
T?iver and thp Ohio River division of 
the B <S- O R R. in ^Mason county. S 
: m^es south of Point Pleasant, the 
j countv seat and banking point. Tele- 
' phone connection. Exp. Adams. Jo- 
! seph T Moore postmaster. 

; Johnson M. exp. r r and tel agent. 



ELYRIA. 

A village in Berkeley county. 
miles south of Martinsburg. the coun- 
ty seat and banking point, and 2 from 
Tnwood. its shipping point. Rural 
free deliverv frou\ Martinsburg. 



ELMWOOD. 

A station on the Guvandot Vallev 
branch of the C \ O Ry. in Cabel! 



EMMA. 
A country po'JtofUcp in Putnam 
county, 20 mile? norfh^^ast of Winfield. 
the county seat, and IG fnnn Ripley. 



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Bonnett W F. teacher. 
Cottrill H M, general store. 
Fisher B S. stock dealer. 
Pitchfcrd C S, General Store. 
Yoimg J E, blacksmith. 
Young J J, general store. 






EMORY. 

Population. 40. The postoffice at 
Switch Baci^ Station, on the W Va. C 
(fe P Ry, in Alieral county. 2S miles by 
rail and 18 by road, southwest of Key- 
ser, the county seat, and 23 from 
Piedmant. the usual banking point. 
Telephone connection. Exp, Adams. 
\Vm Taylor postmaster. 

Santz J O, physician. 
Taylor Thomas, r r agent. 
Taylor Wm, General Store. 

EMPIRE. 
A station on the W Va C & P Ry. 
in Mineral county, 9 miles from Key- 
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' Hamiitou D A, contractor. 

.. Higgins S T. live stock. 

I .Tolliff .7 A, justice. 

\ Moore H C, justice. 

; }tlusgrave Flarry, teacher. 

I Robinson C R. saloon. 

'Rose .John, blacksmith. 

i Teagarden \V V, physician. 

I Woods J A. carpenter. 

i Woods Wesley, carpenter. 






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ENGLE. 

A station on the B & O R R, in .Jef- 



ferson county, 
pers Ferry. 



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EMRICK. 

Population. 100. A village on the 
B & O R R. 12 miles north of Clarks- 
burg, the county seat, and 1 from 
i.umberport, the banking point. Tele- 
phone connecrion. Exp. I' S. Tel, W 
U. Ida C Emrick postmistress. 

Bowley W T. contractor. 
Cunningham Miss E. dressmaker. 
Cunningham Sadie, exp r r and tel agt 
Hasler W J. contractor. 
Ice A. supt of mines. 
Martin F W. real estate. 
Roberts H. druiigist. 
Sperr O, general store. 



ENNIS. 

Population, COO. A village on the 
N & W Ry, in McDowell county, 18 
miles east of Welch, the county seat, 
and 4 from Bramwell. the nearest 
banking point. Telephone connec- 
tion. Exp. Southern. Tel, W U. E 
.1 McQuail postmaster. 

Blanton W B, exp, r r and tel agent. 

Kirk .1 D. physician. 

Turkey Gap Coal & Coke Co. 



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ENDICOTT. 
Population. 100. A village in Wetzel 
county, 18 miles northeast of New 
Martinsville, the county seat, and 7 
from Littleton, the nearest banking 
and shipping point. Telephone con- 
nection. Mail daily. Andrew Clark 
postmaster. 

Barrett Thomas, lawyer. 

Clark Andrew, Coal Lands and Real 

Estate. 
Clark An<lrew Sc Co. general store. 
<"rawford & Eong, saw mill. 



! ENOCH. 

I A. country postotilce in Clay county, 
! 14 miles southeast of Clay, the county 
• seat, banking and shipping point. 
Mail semi-weekly. William Kyle 
; postmaster. 

Bailes Rev J N (Baptist.) 

Bailes W R, general store, 
i Benton C H, r r and tel agent. 

Hamrick A B, lustice. 
I Hamrick Rev G G {II E.) 
i Holcomb Rev L. 
; Kyle Wm, Blacksmith. 
i Meadows N L, shoemaker. 
I Moore Rev W .T (Baptist.) 
\ Murphy O. teacher. 

I.'amsev Abner. saw mill. 



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ENON. 
A country ixj.stx^ttic? In Nicbola.s 
coimty. 1 miles northwest of Sum- 
mt'rsvillf\ the county s?at anrl bank- 
ing point. Belva. on the Gauley 
branch of tue C <S' O Ry. is the ship- 
pin;^ point. :\Ia!l daily. 

Haves G P. blacksmith. 

H inkle & Rader. general store. 

Neill James G. wai-Ton maker. 



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Population. 930. A village in Harri- 
son county, on West Fork of the .Mo- 
nnngahela river and the ^.lonongah rii- 
vision of the R <Sr O R R. 20 m.iles 
north of Clarksburg, the county seat. 
3 from Shinnston. the bnnking point, 
and 12 from P'^airmont. fias 3 church- 
es, water worl-rs. gas and eiK^*ric light 
plants. Teh ■phone connecti-m. Exp. 
U S. Tel. W U. C H Higginbotham 
postmaster. 

Bice E \V, horse training farm. 

Fairmont Coal Co. general store. 

Gethring Amos, electrician and ma- 
chinist. 

Hardistv T.izzie. mrisic t'-aoher. 

Ilayn^ond C W, r?al e-;r;!t? a^-rent. 

Higginbotham C H. Manager Fairmont 
Coal Company's St"or;\ 

?iorel '[C'^\ S J Smith !;rorr. 

M^dntvre & Saunders, planing mill. 

Xutter T T^ physician an<i drugs:! st. 

Stewart Warden, constai.de. 

Sturm A M, justice. 

Sturm F W & E J. fruit growers. 

Sturm ]NTrs Lela, music teafiu-r. 

Vinson Rev J L fM E South). 



ERBACON. 

I^opulation, 250. A village on the 
B & O R R, in Wel)ster county, 18 
xuilos west of Webster Springs, the 
county svat. nnd the same distance 
frcm Sutton, its lianking point. Tele- 
p')(.ue connection. Tel. W U. Exp, 
V S. CK'orge Thomas postmaster. 

Brown .Tonath.nn. hotel. 
Carpenter I H. dentist. 
"ar:->:it^'r .Tacob. carpenter. 
;Im!1 a S.Z Son. general store, 
llolcomb S B. general store. 
Ilolcomb Vv'm. lawyer. 
fJosey T J, general store. 
K?.-sh:r .1 C. phvsician. 
Lons: George, lawyer. 
Vel^lwain W L J. lawyer. 
Mason S H. hotel and justice. 
Perrine Eli, lumber manufacturer. 
Ro'^e Lindsey, mill. 
Scott A F. general store. 
Shinn Walter, exp. r r and tel agt. 
Smith Dani^?l. stonemason. 
Wa^'':iy Henrv. hmiher. 
Williams Ervin, barber. 



ENTERPRISE. 

A landing on the Little Kanawha 
river in Wirt county, 4 miles south- 
east of Elizabeth. 



ERIE. 

Population. 100. A rural postoffice 
■n Wavne county, in miles southwest 
)f \\'ayn«, the county scat, and C from 
[.oi^i-'a. Kv., tlie u-^ual banking and 
-.]iil)I)ing i)oint. Telephone connec- 
tion. Mail daily. James Akers post- 
master. 

Rillup Rev R H (Baptist.) 
'Christian X V, general store. 
Copley D V. general store. 
Fer.';nson W K. jiisrice. 
Ma\'nard S S. general store. 
M-rid.ith D H. lumber. 
f?erry M B. blacksmith. 
Tucker ^Vloses, live stock. 
Well man Bros, saw mill. 
H'ellmpn P T & Bro, general store. 
Wellman Wm, blacksmith. 

ERIE. 

A station on the W Va Short Line 
division of the B & O R R, in Harri- 
son county, 53 miles southeast of 
Brooklyn. 



ERNEST. 
Pr)pulation. .",('». A postofflre in 
Roane county, 10 miles southeast of 

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>'!K'iicrr. the county seat, shipping: and 
!:;in!un,s; point. Has M E and Adv(m- 
fi-if churches. Telephone connection. 
Mail daily. Geori^'e T. Sarver post- 
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ii'dciier F S. carria.'^e dealer. 

Caldwell B P, cooper. 

rjarkson Nelson, live stock. 

h-nhar Rev (Methodist.) 

i:plin^ F J. real estate. 

F<MTell C C, live stock. 

Jack John, huckster. 

N'irhois I J, 'cooper. 

Niday Jacob, shoemaker. 

Sarver George T, Genera! Store and 

Surveyor. 
Sarver J W, blacksmith. 
Sarver John A, live stock. 
Savnge J C, furniture and general 

store. 

\'alentine L J, teamster. 

Webb J B. lawyer. 
Webb J W, flour mill. * 
Webb Wm, furs. 
Weltner R C, teacher. 



ERSKINE. 

Population. 100. A postoffice on the 
C i^ O Ry. 10 miles south of Fayette- 
ville. the county seat, and G3 from 
Charleston. ]\It Hope is the banking 
{toint. Telephone connection. Exp, 
Adams. Wm Echols postmaster. 

Spengler L C, exp agent. 

ESKDALE. 

Population, 300. A village on the 
f^abin Creek branch of the C & O Ry, 
in Kanawha county, 27 miles southeast 
^'f Charleston, the county seat and 
i'Hn.king point. Telephone connection. 
I'Xp Adams. Robert Carnn postmaa- 

Carnn Robert, Superintendent Lee- 
wood Colliery Co. 
^^'^uIknc^ Fred, exp agent. 
I.^^nvood Colliery Co. ^ 
'iay C A, physician. 



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FROM OCEAN TO OCEAM. 

Connecting at Vancouver with 
the famous Royal Mail Line 
of Twin Screw Steamers for 

JAPAN, CHINA, AND THE PHILIPPINES. 
And the Canadian-Austrah'an 
Royal Mail SteamshiDS for 

AUSTRALiA AND NEW ZEALAND. 
Iflusfrative descriptive maf'er cf these JinRS ard 
interesting countries mailed free on application. 

F. W. SALS81JRY, P3ssen§;9r Agent. 

PITTS BURQ. PA. 



connection. Stage daily to Rowles- 

burg-, fare oOc, and Hannahsvilie 2.3c. 

Mail, daily, Mary F Clarkson post- 
mistress. 

Balyard H B, general store. 

Ballard P E, general store. 

Cathell James, ci^rar maker. 

Clarkson J A, meats and general store. 

Ciarkson Mary F, Milliner. 

Davis Clifford, barber. 

Davis J W, notary. 

Davis James H, general store. 

Engle Rev Albert TM E). 

Lipscomb John, mason. 

Peaslee B A. wagon maker. 

Peas lee Bros, saw mill. 

Peaslee C H, blacksmith. 

Plum Wm, blacksmith. 

Pool Rev S R (M P). 

Pool & Pool, photographers. 

Tinney George & Bro, saw mill. 



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ETHAN. 

A postoffice in ^Morgan county, 51^ 
miles east of Berlcehjv Springs, the 
county seat, bankin-^? and shipping 
point. Mail, tri-weekly. 






ETAM. 
Population. 100. A village in Pre^- 
^'•n county, 18 miles south of King- 
^ood. the county seat and banking 
r""'int, and S from Rowlesbursr, t'ne 
';« arest shipping point. Telephone 



ETHEL. 

A postotlice in Boone conntJ^ 4 
miles northe:t=;t of Madison, the coun- 
tv seat. 20 from IMarmet, the ship- 
ning point, and 2S from. Logan, its 
nearest banking point. Mail, daily. 
G H Echols postmaster. 

Atkins Wm. grist mill. 



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Ballard C. blnfksmith, 
Eehols L F & W H, saw mill. 
Echols G H. general store. 
Halsted Samuel, saw mill. 



Atkins John, bicycles. 

Cochran Bros, hdtel. 

Cochran .John, lumber. 
I Cochran & Hammett, General Store. 
! Crooks Rev Nathan. 
I Eureka Pipe Line Co. oil refiners. 
; Hammert H W, rig builder and con- 
i tractor. 

i Hammeit W H. r r and exp agent. 
I Hnggins J J, well driller. 
; Little Venture Oil Co. 
i Reese &. Bostaph. oil producers, 
i Simmons P. grocer. 

Southern Oil Co. 

Yost T M, painter and paper hanger. 



EUCLID. 

A postoffice in Calhoun county. 25 
miles south of Grantsville. the county 
seat and banking point, and 25 from 
Spencer, the shipping point. Mail, 
daily. Ira G Reip postmaster. 

Knotts & Larson, general store. 
Nicholas Isaac, blacksmith. 
Reip Ira G. Live Stock. 

Sr-hoolcraft Charles, blacksmith. 
Siers Elvin, carpenter. 
Siers .J, general store. 



EVA. 

A country postofhce in Ritchie coun- 
tv, 17 miles south of Harrisvilie, the 
county seat, banking and shipping 
point. Mail, daily. 

Cox Wm E, general store. 



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EUGENE. 

The postoffice at Lenore station, on 
the N & \V Rv. in ^Mingo county. 19 
miles from Williamson, the county 
seat and banking point. Exp, South- 
ern. E L Ferreil postmaster. 

Rai«den Harrison, physician. 
Blair L B, physician. 
Chapman Isaac, general store. 
Clark Albert, constable. 
Clark H P. justice. 
Clark PI P .Tr. physician. 
Deskins H H. live stock. 
Deskins Rev James (Christian). 
Deskins R T. teacher. 
Ferreil E L. Carpenter and Black- 
smith. 



EVANS. 

Population, 100. On the R & M C 
V Ry. in Jackson county, 5 miles west 
of Ripley, the county seat and bank- 
ing point. Telephone connection. 
Exp, Adams, Austin A Shinn post- 
master. 

Avers C R, blacksmith. 
Casto H W, physician. 
Givens W B, wagon maker. 
Oldham O O, general store. 
Pi lions George, contractor. 
Ramsey C E, painter. 
Reynolds A A, general store. 
Sayre B F, justice. 
Sayre J T, planing mill. 
Staats B, r r agent. 



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EUREKA. 

Population. 1"'^. On the Ohio river 
and Ohio River division of the B «fe 
O R R. in Pleasants county, 5 miles 
west of St Mary's, the county seat 
and banking point. Telephone con- 
nection. Exp, Adams. M Cochran 
postmaster. 



EVANSVILLE. 

Population, 125. A village in Pres- 
ton county, 20 miles southwest of 
Kingwood. the county seat, 12 from 
Grafton, the nearest banking town, 
and 6 from Thornton, the usual ship- 
ping point. Telephone connection. 
Mail, daily. H E Jenkins postmaster. 

Baker J N, propr Evansville Woolen 

Mill. 
Jenkins Henry E, General Store. 

Talbot Charles, general store. 
Thomas B E, hotel. 



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EVELYN. 
Known forinorly as Shertzville. is a 
,-.?r:try jxjstotllce in "Wirt county. 1.5 
iM'!«'s sniilfu^-ist of Elizabeth, 13 from 
>\'- tn-vv. rii^' nearest banking X)oiiit. 
■ui.i s2 from Wheeling. Ship to Sa- 
ii'imu, distance 4 miles. Mail, daily. 

Davis J R. general store. 
Orivis W D. general store. 



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EVERETT. 

Formation. 30. A postofTiee in Ty- 
l«'r coimiy. 10 miles west of Middle- 
bourne. Lhe county seat, and 3 from 
Friendly, the banking and shipping 
point. Telephone connection. Mail, 
'l;*ily. H C Williamson postmaster. 

Flesher B G. live stock. 

Fonner & Virden, meats. 

Hi.'-am O J, blacksmith. 

Virrlen F L. music teacher. 

Virden G W, constable. 

Williamson Elbert, blacksmith and 

cooper. 
Williamson H C, General Store and 

•Tustice. 
Williamson Mrs L E. milliner. 



; Fairmont Coal Co, general store. 
\ Manley Harrison, butcher. 



EWING. 

A station on the B & O R R, in 
Wood county, 6 miles from Parkers- 
burg. The postal name is Nicolette. 



EVERGREEN. 

A country pcstotTice in Upshur coun- 
t.v, 14 miles south of Buckhannon, the 
*-ounty seat and banking point, and 
4 from Alton, its nearest shipping 
r>oint. Mail, tri- weekly. G A Fitz- 
irerald postmaster. 

.\Mman J C, carpenter. 
Bol! .Tariies. miner. 
Buchanan G B. miner. 
liiirr A L. contractor. 
Fitzgf-raM Frank, hotel. 
Fitzgerald G A, General Store. 
I-o'idin S AV, mason. 
McCue G E, miner. 
Morrison W R, blacksmith. 
N'"ely Peter, carpenter. 
Russell J R. machinist. 



EX RAY. 

A country postoffice in Cabell coun- 
I ty, 28 miles east of Huntington, the 
I county seat, 11 from Hurricane, the 
I banking point, and 8 from Milton, the 
i shipping point. Mail, daily. J D L 
I Ball postmaster. 

Ball .1 D & H R, general store. 
: Ball J D L, Physician. 



EXTRA. 

A country postolhce in Putnam coun- 
ty, S miles north of Winiield, the 
: county seat and banking point, 9 east 
, of Buifalo. the most convenient ship- 
I ping point, and 30 from Charleston. 
j Telephone connection. Mail, daily. 
I Mrs A L Hartley postmistress. 

I Allinder Arthur, carpenter, blacksmith 
I and wagon maker. 
i Hartley J R, live stock. 

Hartley T^ E. carpenter. 

Hartley Rev S V, notarv'. 

Pittsford L A. general store. 

Raynes P M, lumber. 



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EVERSON. 

Population. .300. On the Monongah 
di\ision of the B & O R R. and on the 
v.'^^t fork of the INIonogahela river, 
in Marion county. 8 miles from Fair- 
'«i'|nt, the county seat and banking 

tint. Telephone connection. Exp, 
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EXTRACT. 

Population, 50. A postolfice in Hamp- 
shire count.v, !) miles southwest of 
Roniney, the county seat and banking 
and shipping point. Stage to Rom- 
ney, fare 40c. Mail, tri-weekly. J G 
Ruckman postmaster. 

Clown George, blacksmith. 
Hampshire Extract Co. 



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Bell Phone 172. 

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Kiiykeiidall 3.1 B. live stock. 
Ruckman J G, General Manager 

Hami)tfhire PIxtract Co. 
Stump W B, live stock. 



FAIRFAX. 

A sration on the W Va C & P Ry, 
near the border of Tucker county, SVz 
miles from Thomas. 



FAIRFIELD. 

Population, 50. A station on the 
C & O Ry, in Kanawha county, 20 
miles southeast of Charleston, the 
county seat and banking town. 

Cardiff Coal Co. 

Courtney D G. saw and stave mill. 

Little John, general store. 

Little W T, exp agent. 

Morgan E H physician. 



EYE. 

Al.-^o laiown as Wilderness. A coun- 
try postoffice in Nicholas county, 18 
miles south of S'immcrsville, the coun- 
ty seat and banking point, and 17 
from Cliff Top, the shipping point. 
Mail, tri-weekly. David Amick post- 
master. 

Quarry L M, feed mill. 



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A village in Hardy county, 10 miles 
east of Moorclield, the county seat and 
banking joint, and 2.5 from Romney, 
its sliipping point. Telephone connec- 
tion. Mail, daily. Emsey A Hishman ; 
postmaster. { 

Bean C AV, general store. 
Bean D F, hotel. , I 

Bean L C, shoemaker. ; 

Bean S S. live stock and constable. 
Bean W H, feed mill. : 

Bean W J, general store. ; 

Bean y\'eiiley, flour mill. ; 

Brown G W, barber. ; 

Burch C L. undertaker. j 

Burch E T, carpenter. ! 

Burch T S. wagon mnfr. • 

Carpenter Fiev (Lutheran). | 

El:)sser Pe-irl, music teacher. j 

Hawsex F J, justice. \ 

Hishman A W, hotel. ■ 

Hishman Liilii. muisic teacher. , 

Miller Rev Peter (Lutheran). 



FAIRFAX. 

Mingo county. Name changed to 
Naugatuck. 



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FAIRMONT. 

The county seat of :\Iarion county, 
is the most important com.mercial city 
on the B & O R R between Wheeling 
and Cumberland, and is now enjoying 
a phenomenal growth. The estimated 
population is near 10,000. The main 
line and branches of the B & O R R 
center here from four directions and 
a short line is being built which will 
open up a new and extensive coal field. 
The XJ S Government is spending Sl,- 
200,000 for the improvement of the 
IMonongahela riv^r between Morgan--. 
to\^'n and Fairmont, which, when com- 
pleted, will give a navigable stage of 
water at all seasons of the year and 
make it the head of Monongahela river 
navigation. The Fairmont coal region, 
of which Fairmont is the center, is 
recognized as the greatest region in 
the state and rivals the other great 
fields of the country: over 12,500 
miners are employed in this region, 
and the average number of cars of 
coal shipped each month is over 10.- 
000. The mininar interests of West Vir- 
ginia are mostly controlled by com- 
binations. The strongest combination 
of coal properties is that of the Fair- 
mont Coal Company, with a capital 
of $12,000,000 and holdings of nearly 
every important mine in this region. 
This company owns and controls 40 
modern coal and coke plants, with 60.- 
000 acres of the choicest coal lands 
and 5.000 acres of surface. The an- 
nual output of the company is 6,000.- 
000 tons of cnal and they have 
employed 12,500 men. The company's 
monthly payroll amounts to $400, obo, 



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Cincinnati, Chicago, St. Paul, 

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ALLEOMfcrsY, PA. 

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whi(,^h is expended in a region with a ' 
radius of 25 miles ot Fairmont. 

Tlie manufacturing industries are 
iniporrant and comprise 4 glass works, \ 
3 louudries and macliine shops, large 
bfewery, planing mills, Hour mills,, 
carriage and wagon lactories, wall i 
pla^tei■ manur'aciory. woolen mili, ; 
'•andy factory, cigar factories, ice ■ 
plant, brick yards, bottling works, etc. 
Specie! I mention may be made of the 
^Vagmi'-Palmros ^Manufacturing Co., 
r/ianufacturers of mining machinery, ; 
.'be Fairmont Wall Plaster Co., Ham-; 
mond Fire Brick Co., manufacturers 
of fire, paving and building brick, , 
Hutchinson-Barns Brick Co, and the \ 
Fairmont Glass Works, owned and : 
controlled by the National Glass Co. i 
There are several wholesale houses ' 
located there, all doing a prosperous i 
l)uslness. i 

T!\e Fairmont & Clarksburg Trac- ; 
tion Co is now operating street rail- , 
way lines to Watson and Monongah \ 
and \\ill shortly have a line completed 
through to Clarksburg, a distance of | 
oO miies; the same company owns and \ 
operates the electric light and power 
plant. A new court house costing ' 
$.]iH\000, and a $40,u00 opera house, \ 
with seating capacity oi 1,500, having ; 
recently been completed, and ■ other ^ 
prominent buildings are the Fairmont 
State Normal School, State Miners' 
Hospital, new B & O depot, Cook Hos- : 
pital (private), Skinners' Tavern — ' 
tlus is the celebrated "Wayside Inn" 
which, during the stage coach days 
wfis a famous resort. While the orig- 
inal tavern is standing, at the foot 
of the hill, at the end of the sus- 
pension bridge behind it. has grown \ 
a modfcirc five-story building, a monu- ' 
ment to landlord Den Williams' piuck 



and energy — the city supports seven 
other hotels, among which we men- 
tion 'JMie Manley Plotel, opposite the 
Ccnirt House. Many new and substan- 
tial business blocks are being erected, 
and in the residence portion of the 
city houses cannot be built fast 
enougli to supply the demand. The 
city has 7 banks, 13 churches, sub- 
stantial school buildings, 4 weekly 
and 1 daily newspaper, electric lights, 
^\ater works, natural gas, 2 telephone 
exchanges, several miles of brick 
paved streets, an efficient fire depart- 
n.ent and many fine business blocks 
and residences. Palentine, now the 
first ward, is connected with the other 
wards of the city by a fine suspension 
bridge built at a cost of $30,000. 

Tue shipments consist of coal, coke, 
stone, glass, brick, wall plaster, beer, 
mining machinery, live stock, small 
iiuit, grain, etc. 

Express, U S. Telegraph, W U. 
Local and long distance telephone con- 
nection. A Howard Fleming postmas- 
ter. 

Aijuott Ida, teacher history State Nor- 
mal School. 

Adams George, contractor, 1st ward. 

Alesker & Klaw (.Simon Alesker, F 
K Klaw), dry goods. 

Alexander George M, lawyer. 

All man Rev A J (M P.) 

American Relief Society, M B Paist 
agent. 

American Steam Laundry, Ernest Mc- 
Coy propr. 

Amos Elias S, justice. 

Amos G E (ic Co (George E and 
Luther B Amos, S J Snider), hard- 
ware. 

Ames Ida, teacher. 

Anderson James E, ladies furnishings. 

AagelJo A, fruit. 

Anuero Tony, grocer. 

Arnett Calvin W, real estate. 

Arnett John M. grocer. 

Arnett Thomas W, hardware. 

Arnett Ulysses N jr, lawyer. 

Ashcraft J P. real estate, 1st ward. 

Badgley A Ray, dentist. 

Badgley & Smith (Charles G Badgley. 
Lon C Smith), architects. 

Bailey Millard F, physician. 1st ward. 

Bainbridge A C, plater. 



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Rooms 50c to $1.00. 
Dining Room Open Day and Night. 

BF.ST STOCKED BAR IN THE CITY. 

At.L TlIK WELL KXOWX BRANDS OF 

Liquors, Beers and Cigars, 



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CIEMENTS/ 

Vulcanite, Portland, New York, 
Rosendale, Cumberland Valley. 
32d St. & Penna. 8. R., PITTSBIRG, PA. 

WKITE FOR 7RICES. 

See adv. in classified Builder's Supplies. 

Ba ver \Vm B, carpet weaver Fairal 
Rctuio No '4. 

Baltimore i^ Ohio R R, T L Hender- 
son ticket agent. 

Lank of Fairmont The (capital $150,- 
• t,)0, surplus SUO,000j, J E Watson 
^ I es, Walton Miller cashier. 

B.^Mio.- Ch'trles I., citv collector. 

liiiiLOS Lucy, music tt-acher. 

Lams Blanche, music teacher. 

Lcirusville Mni's Co. J ?J Hanley pres, 
C L Smiih sec, wcolen mill, 1 mile 
n w. 

Bair Mrs M B H, school. 

Bartholow Charles, chief of police. 

Baitholow F B, plasterer. 

Larrholow Perry S, feed stable, 1st 
^\ard. 

Haiile Herbert L, geni sec Y M C A. 

Bartle Waller H, 5 and 10 cent store. 

Beoout & Co (Isabelle and John Be- 
bout), plumbers. 

Beckman John H, dry goods and 
shoes. 

Feiijs James W, carpenter. 

Jiennett Loyal, barber. 

Bennett U S G, propr Fairmont Press- 
ing Co. 

Bennett Victoria, dressmaker. 

Be^iueit Virginia D. dressmaker. 

Bennett W E, shoemaker. 

iLe^nington L G, justice. 

Beiardelli ci Co (G Berardelli, D 
Checco.). grocers. 

Berns & Simpson (A M Berns, B M 
Simpson; , proprs The Jackson Hotel 
(See adv.) 

P.o^i & Taylor (Bert H Best, Robert 
E Taylor), pianos. 

B.ase Albert D & Co (Albert D 
liiasel, fruits. 

Bii'ingslea E A & Co (Ellis A Bil- 
lings lea), drugs. 

Biiiingslea Lulu, music teacher. 



Billingslea S Emory, real estate and 

city assessor. 
Binns John H, physician. 
Black J M, mngr Fairmont Wall Plas- 
ter Co. 
Black Samuel T, oil well contractor. 
Blodgett Frank H, railroad contractor. 
Board E C, grocer. 
]k;ice Bros (J Wade and Ix)nnie C), 

grocers. 
Eoianci M D, Propr Shafer Studio. 

(See adv.) 
Borrelii Dominic, grocer, 1st ward. 
F^jydston F G, plasterer. 
Boydston Theodore W, insurance. 
Bo}dston Walter J, dentist. 
Boyers Charles L,. physician. 
Boyers Cyrus F, physician. 
Boyers Cyrus F Jr, physician, 1st 

^vard. 
Boyers L Bernard, physician. 
Boyers Wra F, physician, 1st ward. 
Brady S D & Bro (Samuel D and A 
Spates Brady), Civil, Mining and 
Consulting Engineers, Jacobs Bldg. 
(See left bottom lines and page 25.) 
Brahm Grace, asst prin High School. 
Brahm Leonard F, propr .Marion Bot- 
tling Work's. 
Brand Eva, teacher. 
Brant Maihias C, grocer. 
Brett Thomas I, Sec and GenI 

Hammond Fire Brick Co. 
Brobst Florence, music teacher. 
Broh Daniel R, shoes. 
Brownfleld James H, physician, 
Brownfield J M. cashier People's 

Bank of Fairmont. 
Buckhannon River Coal Co. 
Buckhannon &. Northern R R, G S 

Leavenworth, division engineer. 
Banner Melvin, grocer, 1st ward. 
Burchinal Thomas L, contractor. 
Biirdette Harry C, stationer. 
Burk Luther B, physician. 
Btuiey James L, surveyor. 
Burcher B'''rnard L, lawyer. 
Butcher Willa, teacher Latin State 

Normal School.' 
Carpenter A B, organ repairer. 
Carpenter Floyd L. grocer, 1st ward. 
Carpenter Thomas B, grocer. 
Carskadou E B, lawyer. 
Carter Jennie, asst prin High School. 
Central District Sz Printing Telegraph 

Co, F K Mansfield mngr. 
Chesney James W, physician 1st ward 



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Chidesi>r Mary, dressmaker. , 

Cliilson & Clay tor (.James X Chilscn, ; 

Charles P Ciaytor), iivery. , 

Chisier John J, hardware. j 

Christie Manhew D, drugs. 
Citizens Doiiar Savings IBank (capital i 

SlUO.OUO), A L Lehman pres, J A : 

Clark v-pres, J R Linn cashier. 
Clarksburg Fuel Co, W Watson 

pres. L G TdcPherson sec, J E Sands , 

treas. i 

Clayton Bessie, teacher. i 

Clayton PYank, prin Barnesville School i 
Clayton Mary M, dressmaker. ; 

Clayton Thomas B, meats, i 

Clayton W A, state chairman Prohibi- 1 

tion party. ; 

Clemens Samuel, hackman. j 

Cochran Nathaniel C, jeweler. j 

Cortman John C, restaurant. i 

Coffman & Cunningham, Proprietors! 

The Kenyon Hotel. (See aav.j • 

Combs Earl, plumber. 
Commercial Hotel, J B ]Martin propr. ; 
Conaway C D, stone contractor. • 

Conaway Charles E, timber and coal | 

lands. ^ j 

Conaway John' F, livery. I 

Conaway Thomas, druggist. | 

Cod away Waitman H, lawyer. , 

Con ley W B, carpenter, 1st ward. i 
Conneli W J. builder. | 

Connelly Agnes, teacher. j 

Consolidated Telephone Co, J I Alex- : 

ander pres, E F Hartley sec, J Wai- : 

ter Barnes, gen mngr, W Morgan ' 

treas. I 

Coogle Frank, poultry breeder, 1 m e. I 
Cooi::!e Lawrence, sand, 1 m east. ; 

Cook Hospital, Dr John R Cook propr. 
Cook John R, physician. 1 

Cook &: Hart Coal Co, James F Cook I 

pres, John P Hart sec and treas. i 
Corbin C J ot Sons (Charles J, C Wal- | 

ter and Blanch), whol grocers and! 

confectioners. I 



Corbin Edwin B. cigar mnfr, 1st ward. 

Cordrey W E <fe Son (Wm E and T 
Luther). I'eed and grain. 

Cornwell V H, painter. 1st ward. 

Cornwell & Cornwell (Wm B and John 
J), lawyers. 

Crowell Preston, whol hay. 

Crowl Albert, carpenter. 

Crowl W A, teacher. 

Crown Window Glass Co. 

Culbertson Jennie, dressmaker. 

Cumpston Frederick, cigar mnfr, 1st 
ward. 

Cunningham R Lindsay, undertaker. 

Curley John, grocer. 

Curry David J, harness maker. 

Curtis E R, asst engineer B & O R K. 

Dean & Reeves (Samuel A Dean, John 
W Reeves), farm implements ai.d 
farriaees. 

DeBolt P Y, prin South Side School. 

Df>lligati Tony, fruit. 

>»-mham Charles C, house furnishing 
goods. 

DeShields Henry C, lawyer. 

Deveny Thomas A, Proprietor Hotel 
Marietta. 

Devlin Wm S, electrician. 

Dick Albert J. pubir Fairmont Satur- 
day Leader, 1st ward. 

Dicker^-on Building Supply Co, N A 
Dickerson pres, M A Joiliffe sec, 
F B Dickerson trea.^, planing mill. 

Dickerson W B, contractor. 

Dietrich E A, prin com dept Elliott 
Commercial School. 

Dodd Michael, blacksmith. 

Donnally Alfred H, machinist. 

Dougherty Bert, grocer. 

Dowden James E, dentist. 

Downs Festus, county commissioner. 

Duffy Ed, Agent The Reymann Brew- 
ing Co of Wheeling W Va. 

Duncan Cioyd H, physician. 

Dunnington Robert C, insurance. 

Durrett James J, physician, P O Wat- 
son. 

Durrett Lady W, phyician, P O Wat- 
son. 

Duval's Boarding House. 

Eakin Frank, storage. 

Ebert M K. grocer. 

Eddy Rev W J (Baptist). 

Eliason Amy, teacher. 

Eliason W B. contractor. 

EUinger Benjamin F, restaurant. 



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WEST VIRGIMIVS SWEllEST STORE. 
ART GOODS A SPECIALTY. 

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Hotel 

Manlcy, 

fairmont, W. Va. 

Opened february 16, 
1903, 

Chas f. Manley, 
Onner and Manager. 

Rooms Single or 

f n Suite With or 
Without Bath. 

Rates, 

$2.50, $3,00, 

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Steam Heat. 
Electric Light. 
Gall Bells. 

Intcr-Communicatlon 
Telephones. 

All Outside Rooms. 

Cuisine Unexcelled. 

Modern in Every 

Appointment. 

Most Central Location. 

American Plan. 




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GAS LOGS, 

ANDIRONS, 
IRON LININGS, 
TERRAVITREA, 

TILE MANTELS, 
and FLOOR TILE. 

~W7'A7m O O R H E A D , 

OEALEF^ IN WOOD VlAiNTELS AIND TILE. 

FAIRMONT, W. VA. 



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Wooden Tanks Jowers and Vats, I 

3ll5-3!i9 LIBERTY AVENUE, ; 

PITTSBURG, PA. 

Lona Distance Phone 373 FIsk 



Elliott Commercial School. Walter M : 
Evans, prin, E A Dietrich pria com 
rtept , 

Eiigle Jeremiah E, city clerk. ! 

Evans Walter, prin Elliott Commer- ; 
clal School. 

Ewing ]\[aud, dressmaker. ' 

Fairmont Bill Posting Co, Robert 
Fisher :Manager. (See adv.) 

Fairmont Board of Education. E M 
Sho^valter pres, Thomas W Boyds- 
ton sec, M J Lantz and O 3 Me- 
Kinney commissioners. 

Fairmont Board of Trade. M L Hutch- 
inson pres, Sam R Nuzum sec and 
gen mngr, Walton Miller treas. 

Fairmont Brewing Co, H P Gilniore 
pres, W A Johnston sec, Walton 
Miller treas. 

Fairmont Business Men's Association. 
J M Hartley pres. J E Anderson sec. 

Fairmont Carriage Works (Clara S 
and .Mary P Dietrich). 

Fairmont City Hospital, 1st ward. 

Fairmont Coal Co, C W Watson Presi- 
dent, L D Maione General Manager. 
S L Watson Treasurer. (See adv.) 

Fairmont Development Co, J E Wat- 
son pres, George DeBolt sec and 
treas, Sam R Nuzum special sales- 
man. 

Fairmont Fraternal Insurance Asso- 
ciation, B F Williams asst sec. 

Fairmont Free Press, H C Sample 
publisher. 

Fairmont Furniture Co (Charles E 
Nuzum, Wm W Karnes). 

Fairmont Gas & Light Co (capital 
$200,000), S L Watson pres, M L 
Hutchinson v-pres. Walton Miller 
treas. J E Robinson sec. 

Fairmont Glass Works, operated by 
National Glass Co of Pittsburg. 

Fairmont Home Building Association, 
Levi B Hart pres. 



Fairmont Household Supply Co. J P 
Hart President, D P Kennedy Vic<i 
President, J L Erwin Treasurer. P 
R Gailmard, Secretary and General 
Manager. 

Fairmont Ice & Fuel Co, M M Foster 
Manager. (See adv.) 

Fairmont Industrial Co, Levi B Harr 
pres. 

Fairmont Index (weekly), Index Print- 
ing Co publrs. 

Fairmont Investment Co, Sam R Nu- 
zum President, George DeBolt Vice- 
President. Walton Miller Treasurer. 

Fairmont Lumber Co (S Mclntire. 
Arch Fleming, H C Fetty.) 

Fairmont Music Co, C H Duncan pro- 
prietor. 

Fairmont Opera House Co (new), L 
C Powell pres, E F Hartley sec. 

Fairmont Plumbing Co (W A Wiede- 
busch). 

Fairmont 
propr. 

Fairmont 



Pressing Co, U S G Bennett 
Laura Stag- 



C W Arnett 
W Hunter 

Albert J 



Public Library, 
gers librarian. 

Fairmont Real Estate Co, 
pres, J A Jomison sec, 
.-Vtha treas. 

Fairmont Saturday Leader, 
Dick publr, 1st ward. 

Fairmont State Normal Schoolj W L 
McCowan Principal. (See adv.) 

Fairmont Steel Co, John A Clark pres. 

Fairmont Times The (daily), Index 
Printing Co publrs. 

Fairmont Trust Co (capital $100,000. 
surplus and undivided profits, $31,- 
000). C W Arnett pres, John A Clark 
1st v-pres, Festus Downs 2d v-pres. 
M A Fletcher treas, James A Mere- 
dith sec. 

Fairmont Wall Piaster Co, O J Flem- 
ing President, J R Spease Secre- 
tary, J M Black Manager, Manufac- 
turers of Wall Plaster . (See back 
cover. ) 

Fairmont West Virginian, Lemar C 
Powell & Son publrs. 

Fairmont & Clarksburg Brokerage Co, 
Harvey Shain mngr, grain and co-*i 
brokers. 

Faust Carter L. county supt of schools, 

Fawcett C M, painter. 

Federal Coal & Coke Co, H D Turney 
pres, mine at Greys Flats. 



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CIVIL, MIINIiNG AND COrSSULTIING. 



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UlUl IIJfc5 liUiil l^ UUpjJIJ UUI and Wood Work of Every Descriotion. 

Clarksburg, W. Va 



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ADVANTAGES. 

Free Tuition to W. Va. Students. 

Easy of Access. 

Physical and Chemical Laboratories. 

Library of Reference. History. Fiction. 

Enthusiastic Literary Societies. 

A Well-Equipped Gymnasium. 

Special Teachers in Music: Elocution: Physical 
Culture: Art. 

Special Preparation for ■" Uniform Examinations.'' 

Opportunities to Defray a Part of the Necessary 
Expenses by Working in the City. 

Practice Pianos Furnished Free of Charge to Reg- 
ular Students. 



NORMAL, ACADEMSC, MUSIC, 
ELOCUTIOM and ART 
DEPARTMEMTS. 



An Illustrated Catalogue Wili be Sent upon Application to 
FAIRMONT, VV. VA. W. L. IVIcCOWAfS, Principal. 









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FAIRMONT INDEX Weekly. 
FAIRMONT TIMES-Daily. 

Ifie largest Circulation of any Daily in the Monongahela Valley. 



FINEST EQUIPPED JOB OFFICE 
IN CENTRAL WEST VIRGINIA. 



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Sample Rooms. 
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FAIRMOINT, W. VA. 




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jperiorto Linseed 
Oil for all kinds of 
Painting. Stainingand 
Graining. It isciieaper 
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used by the best 
linters in ail parts of 
the United States. 

I{ your dealer does 
not have it write us. 
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James d. bipe a UO. Esiabllshed 1885. Aiieghsny, Pa. 



First National Bank of Fairmont (Cap- 
ital $100,000. Surplus and Undivided, 
Profits $160,500). J M Hariley Pres, i 
A B Fleming Vice Pres, J E Sands ; 
Cashier. 

Fisher Robert, Manager Fairmont Bill 
Postinc; Co. (See adv.) 

Fisher \Vm A. jeweler. i 

Fisher & ^lorgan (Clarence G Fisher.' 
Perry ^lorgan), grocers, 1st ward. : 

Fitch Dorsey P. physician. • 

Fitzhugh & Brand, contractors. ' 

Fleming A B, Vice Pres First National 
Bank of Fairmont. 

Fleming A Howard, Postmaster. 

Fleming Frank M, printer. 

Fleming Frederick C, jeweler. 

Fleming Helen, teacher. • 

Fleming H Glenn, florist. ! 

Fleming Jennie M. asst prin High 
School. 

Fleming L A. justice. 

Fleming Lawrence S, livery. 

Fleming "vTrs Lee R, dressmaker. 

Fleming Oliver J, Lumber, Pres Fair- 
mont \yall Plaster Co. 

Fleming R F, lawyer. 

Fleming Sanford E, county commis- 
sioner, P O Rivesville. 

Fleming Thomas M, musical mdse. 

Fleming W M, grocer. 

Foo Lee, laundry. 

Ford J Thomas, Agent Schumlbach 
Brewing Co. 

Fordyce Ella, music teacher. 

Forman D R & L E TDelphie R and 
Lou E), photographers. 

Foster M M. Manager Fairmont Ice & 
Fuel Co. (See adv.) 

Frazer Mrs Laura, millinery. 

Gailmard P R, Secretary and Manager 
Fairmont Household Supply Co. 

Galliher & .\elson (Thomas .J Galli- 
her, George H Nelson), saloon. 

Garzia A, fruit. 



Gaskill & Reese (Rose Gaskill, Frances 

Reese), dressmakers. 
Gasifins Leota M, grocer, 1st ward. 
Gas kins V F, carpenter. 
Gettings Charles E, electrician. 
Gettings & Walters (.James L Gettings 

and George L Walters), grocers. 
Giftin Gecrge D K- Co (George D and 

Ma L Giffin). architects. 
GilU'spie S D. civil engineer. 
Gillette Claude, agt U S Express Co. 
Gilmore & Blair (Henry P Gilmore. 

Henry T Blair), saloon. 
Giordano James, fruit. 
Globe Rubber Stamp Works, A C Kin- 

kead r^Ianager. (See right side 

lines.) 
Gould E, horseshoer, 1st ward. 
Graham James A. physician. 
Grant Hugh C, lawyer. 
Gray Lucian R. Printer. 1st Ward. 
Gray Wm. Pension Attorney, 308 New- 
ton 1st Ward. 
Grottendick Charles, baker. 
Haggert James S. cigar mnfr. 
Hair James W, agt J M Guffey, coal 

liHldS. 

Hall Drug Co (Homer Hall), 1st ward 

Hall Edgar M, florist. 

Hall Hal. physician. 

Hall J Clarence, cashier Home Sav- 
ings Bank. 

Hall J Lee, hardware. 

Hall Thomas F, harnessmaker. 

Hall William E_, confectioner. 

Hall & Anderson, brick work. 

Hall & Co (Carl Hall), grocers, 1st 
ward. 

Hall & Fetty (Thomas W Hall, S Ray- 
mond Fetty), m.eats. 

Hall &. Henderson (Alphus Hall. 
George W Henderson), general 
store. 1st ward. 

Ha Her S W, grocer. '' 

Hamilton Charles, painter. 

Hamilton Jasper E, market gardener. 

Hamilton W S <fe Co (Wm S Llamil- 
ton. H H Lanham), real estate. 

Henderson T L, ticket agt B & O R R. 

Hennen T Wilbur^ merchant tailor. 

Elenry C O, physician. 

Henshaw John, lawyer. 

Hentzy Frank, glass mnfr, 1st ward. 

Herman L & Co, dry goods. 

Fiess Golden E, restaurant. 

Hess James, barber. 1st ward. 

Hickman W R. contractor. 



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CHAULtSTOr^^ W. VA. 



Civil and Mining Engineer. 

Surveys, Esiimaies, Construction, Reports, Waps, 



An Absolute Cure for Drunkenness. 

Keeley Institute. HUNTINGTON, Vi/. VA, 

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FOR INCLINES AND SLOPES. S 

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I'. K. Gailmakd, Sec. & M<rr. J. L. Erwix, Treasurer. 



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F?UBBER STAMPS. BURMiNG 



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PITTSBUh.G, PA. 

Hiiihland Charles B, clothing. 

Higinbotham Joseph M, baker, Ist 
ward. 

Hildebrand G L & H C (Gilbert L and 
H Clark), grocers. 

Hill Bros (John Hill), dentists. 

Hill Frederick Vv', physician, P O Mon- 
lana Mines. 

Hill John T, dentist. 

Hobbs & Co. Frank N Hobbs pres and 
treas, R M Boyle genl mngr, L E 
Parkinson sec. 

Hoffman Max G, restaurant. 1st ward. 

Hoge Patrick M. lawyer. 

Hoge &: Son (Lucius and Lucius jr), 
installments. 

Holbert Samuel B, Insurance and Real 
Estate. 

Holbert & Spedden (S Ray Holbert. 
W H Spedden), building contrac- 
tors. 

Holland Claude L. physician. 

Holland Clyde L. plasterer, 1st ward. 

Holt Clyde S. jeweler. 

Holt Theophilus M, real estate, 1st 
ward. 

Home Savings Bank (capital $25,000), 
Sam R Nuzum pres, J C Hall cash- 
ier. 

Hamilton & HutTman (A A Hamilton, 
D S Huffmann), contractors. 

Flamilton-Irvin Supply Co, W H Post 
pres, John S Hamilton, sec and geui 
mngr, J W Trvin treas. 

Hammer &. Coffey, brick work. 

Hammond Fire Brick Co (J B Ham- 
mond (Bolivar Pa) Pres, T M Ber- 
key, Vice Pres, E R Hammona 
Treas, Thomas I Brett Sec and Genl 
Mngr, Office Jacobs Bidg. (bee 
back cover and adv.) 

Haru John L, briarding. 

Harr Levi B, Real Estate Broker anu 
Pres Fairmoiit Inuustrial Co. Fair- 
mont Home Building Co, West Va 
Schubert Mosaic Co. (See adv.) 



; Harr & Cumpston (Fred S Harr, Fred- 

I erick Cumpston), restaurant, 1st 

; ward. 

I Hart Coal Co, John P Hart pres. 

i James F Cook mngr, G F Barnes 

I sec and treas. 

: Hart John P, wholesale produce. 

Han ley E P\iy, lawyer. 

Hartley J M, Pres First National Bank 
of Fairmont. 

Hartley J M & Son (Joseph M, Harry 
J), department store. 

Hartline W S. mngr Singer Mnfg Co. 
: Hawker Charles E, Coal Operator. 

Hawker & Frame (Charles E Hawker, 
i E C Frame), coal operators. (See 
i left top lines.) 
! Hawkins Plumbing Co, Charles E 

■ Reed pre.-?. 

^ Hawkins \Vm E, contractor, 

Hayden Frank, lawyer. 

Ha\deu Itaphael, lawyer. 
; Hayes Amos A. meats. 
I Hayhurst J B, justice. 
^ Haymond Wm S, lawyer. 
; Heck P S, lawyer. 

' Helmick Foundry-Machine Co, N D 
Hehnick pres. Fred Helmick genl 
mngr. 
' Hood & Wisman (Quitman Hood, 

Fleming Wisman). general store. 
; Horan Ella, milliner. 
I Hotel Manley, Charles E Manley 
\ Propr. (See adv.) 
\ Hotel Marietta, T A Deveny Propr. 
, Hotel Marion, John E Smith Propp. 
I He ugh Charles D, roofer. 
: Plough Georgia T, newsdealer. 

Hoult Thomas T, general store, 1st 
ward. 
; House C A. pianos and organs. 
, Howard Charles, photographer. 
: Howard Etlward W, physician. 
; Howell H E, mngr G E Jolliffe & Co. 
. Hui'fman Coal & Stone Co, paving. 

Huffman Wm R, painter. 
; Hull S A, dray age. 

Humphrey Thcmas J, principal High 
I School. 

Hunsaker, Stewart &. Barrackman. 
; blacksmiths. 

Hunsaker Thomas, sand. 

■ Hunt E A, princii)al Main School. 

\ Hutchinson Fuel Co, M L Hutchinson 
pros. V L Highland sec. C E Hutch- 
; inson, treas and genl mngr. 



COAL, Tif^eee and 

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BOVVEN & HALL, 

BRADFORD ilLDG., 

CHARL.ESTON, . - VV. VA, 



We Sell Real Estate. Rea,TsS.ISS.„y. 

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tieciric Muiuis. tiectfic Fans. ^.r?T""- ' ^^ 



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Electrical Contractor. 







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Complete Electrical Installa- // ELECTRIC \ X% 

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J. S. Morris. M. A. Mokkis. o*^ ^ 

J. S. MORRIS & SON, 11,^ 

SLATE and m RGOrERs'anOIETAL WORKERS,! J i 

Galvanized and Tin Spouting, Tin and Sheet Iron Work, ^ p- 03 

Repairing, Etc. I t ^^ 

819 Fifth Street, Phone f. .^ M. ihm FAIRMONT, W. VA-f | ^ 
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B. F. OVERHOLT. President. A. S, R OVERHOLT. Vice-r'-esident. C. E. COfUWAY, Sec. & Treas^ ^. Z^ 

MINERS AND SHIPPERS 3 | ^ 

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High Grade Sleam and Doineslic C 



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Furnace. Foundry and Orusiied COkE, 



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SALES AGENT: GENERAL OFFICES : ' = g> CO 

NATIONAL COAL COMPANY, 33 S. GAY STREET. FAIRMONT. WEST VIRGINIA. 3=^ 

BALTIMORE. MD. MINES. CECIL. W. VA. ^ "2 ^^^ 

M. L). Bolajid, Prop. I. 1). Strickler, Mgr -^ -^ Jg 

Tht Shafcr Studia, . ll^ 






Makers of Fine Photos. 

^PASTELS Skinners Block, main ST. ffp. 

WATER COLORS, FaIRMONT, W.' VaJ! ^ 

IVORY MINIATURES. 



CLARKSBURG PLfiSTER CO. «r.T H^r/^^^^^^^^^^ 

Dffi.e ^o.HOJacoDsBlda. Ket- p ^ our I yc On l^LM 111011 UKAUL TLA^ I LK 

tiarksburg. w. Va. Eciipse Hard Wall Plaster. On The Market. 



ELECTRIC MOUNTAIN state electrical CO., 

I il^ HT"I fy f^ Estimates Furnished and Plants Installed, 

Liiin i inlJ 55 TWELFTH STREET, WHEELING. 



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PITTSBURG. PA. 

Hiitchinson-iianies Brick Co, :M L i 
Hutchinson pres. C E Hiuchinson 
sec and treas, T I Brett genl mngr. : 
Hyde Marcus L, mechanical engineer. \ 
Ice Bros, stone contractors. I 

Independent Telephone Co. ' 

Index Printing Co. O P McKinney 

Ahiorr. <S'.^e adv.) ' 

Ingram .John L. carpenter. 

Inrernatior.al Correspondence Schcol \ 

of ^c ran I on. I 

Tseman Samuel B. clothing. | 

Jacobs George M, county clerk. \ 

Jacobs-HuTchinson Hardware Co (M ; 

L and C E Hutchinson, John M, i 

George M and Benson Jacobs, ' 

Thomas W Arnett, W G Crawford), I 

wholesale hardv.-are. j 

Jackson Charles O, feed mill. | 

Jackson Frank H, barber. ! 

Jackson Hotel The, Berns & Simpson ' 

Proprs. (See adv.) I 

Jackson J Sands, auction, storage and 

livery. ! 

Jackson St Carriage Co, A D Simon 

Pres, Ernest Love Vice Pres, G W^ 

Whitescarver, Sec and Treas. (See ; 

adv.) j 

Jamison Jesse A, physician. : 

Jamison Wm C, physician. ; 

Jenkins Samuel E, barber. 1st ward. ; 

Johns Bros (Robert, John B and Wm 

C), bottle mnfrs. | 

Johns Franlc D, plumber. I 

Johnson Rev C D (M E South). ' 

Johnson Rev H F (A M E.; 
Johnson H R. physician. { 

Johnston Studio. Walter E Johnston 

Propr, Photographer. (See adv.) 
Jollifre G L & Co (G L Jolliffe). mil-! 
linery. i 

Jolliffe Grover V, harness. 
Jolliffe Marcellus A. sheriff. \ 

Jones Charles H, blacksm.ith. | 

Jones I. etcher C, constable. j 

Jones Undertaking rio, Robert C Jones j 
manager. i 



Jones & Co (Rosa E Nichols. Albert 
E Mereditli), teas, 1st ward. 

Jones & Davis (Harrison T Jones, Z 
W Davis), grocers. 

Junkins Band of Fairmont, C D Jun- 
K'ins mngr. 

Junkins & Michael (C D Junkins, C L 
Michael), Insurance and Investments 

Kahrl Fred W. merchant tailor. 

Ivpener George W," optician. 

Koiiey Am.ebel V. teacher of art Fair- 
mont Normal School. 

Kplley Bros (Wm H and Frank P) 
lumber. 

Kplley Columbus, grocer. 

Kelley L W, insurance. 

Kendall Ulysses G, judge intermediate 
cnnrl. 

Kenyon Hotel The, Coffman & Cun 
ningham Proprs. (See jidv.) 

Kerr Ephraim, shoemaker 

Kidd George E, real estate. 

King Rev O'Dale (M E), 1st ward 

KInkead A Clifford, Mngr Globe Rub- 
ber Stamp Works. (See right side 
lines.) 

Kinkead James H, merchandise and 
feed broker. 

Kinkead & Smith (Robert H Kinkead, 
John A Smith), Civil Engineers 

Kinsey Re\ George W (Baptist.) 

Kjrby James P. lawyer. 

Kisner John, contractor. 

Kisner Wm O, general store. 

Klein Reuben, tailor. 

Knight Albert M. painter. 

Knight Charles B, painter. 1st ward. 

Koon Alpheus B, marble works, 1st 
ward. 

Kunst Wm H, phyi^ician. 

Lake Jeannetta, teacher. 

Lanham Harvey H, Real Estate. (See 
adv.) 

M. M. L A N M A IM, 

Real Estate Broker. 

DEALER IN 

TIMBER AND COAL LANDS. 

INoples Hank 1^4^. 

FAIRMONT, W. VA. 

BOTH PHONES. 



STILES BROS. 

505 JufJana St.. Parkcrsbutg, W. V«. 



WEST VIRGINIA NATURAL LUBRICATING OIL. 

Agents for ^EVV ERA 

Gas and Gasoline Engines. 



FOR OIL, COAL AND TIMBER LANDS, ADDRESS 

SIMMS POWELL, '"^'^^^-^^"•-Q' 

FAI AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. pAI 20:' 



Hammond Fire Brick Co. ?^ 

High Grade Fire Clay Products H-^ 



FOR- 



Furnaces, Coke Ovens, Paving and Biiiiding. ^~ 

Office, Jacobs Building, "j C 

r^'UXn'en-2.. r-^AIRrVIOrNT, VV. VA. 3 -^ 

LEVI B. HARR, 

Real Estate Broker 
and Developer. 

FAIRMONT, W. VA. 

JOl-ifNSTON STUDIO. |o| 

W. E. JOMNSTOrS, Propr, ^m ^ 

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High Grade Portraits by Flash Light Process s"^ — 
Day or Night a Specialty. >2~- 

Yost Building, FAIRMONT, W. VA. ofJS* 

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Arclixti^rt. Fp,^ 

Interior Decoration a Specialty. S-^9 

Jacobs i5iisl(liim% Buth i^hones FAIU.nOXT, \V. VA. cr I oc 



Acme FisiiloiT Too! Go. l '''''' '''''''' '''''''' ^''^l^t !!^^'" 

■ 1 at Reasonable Rates. doh mono .y^. 

G. L. McKAlN., Manager, | pishing TooIs mis to order. 



Salem, W. Va, 
Both Phones. 



REYMANN 
BREWING CO;S 



Brands of LAGER, EXPORT and BAYAHI&fl BELR 
are Celebrated for their Excellence and Purit). 

Wheeling, W. Va. 



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CONSULT I 

The Audit Companv I 

OF PITTSBURG, 

Frick Building, Pittsburg, Pa. '[ 
Auditing is a Business Necessity. 

Lantz George S, grocer. 

Latham & Menear (Mae Latham,; 

Olive Menear), milliners. 1 

Layman Anna, dressmaker. 
Layman Emma, dressmaker. ! 

Leavenworth G S, division engineer I 

Buokhanncn dt Xorrheni R R. ' 

Leeds Charles H, lawyer. ' 

Lehman Albert L, Mayor and Lawyer, j 
Lehman John L, Lawyer. } 

Le]vlasters Lee, osteopath. ; 

Leonard Harvey F, furniture. 1st ward ' 
Leonard Mollie, music teacher. | 

J.evelle Jeremiah B, general store, 1st' 

ward. 
Levelle John O, stone quarry, 1st 

ward. ' 

LeMis Latira. asst prin High School. 
Lilly George, sand. i 

Linn J R, cashier The Citizens Dollar I 

Savings Bank. ! 

Little Kanawha Syndicate. Joseph \ 

Ramsey jr geni mngr, coal lauds. 
Lloyd Frank A, wall paper. ; 

Lioyd & Co (James D an<i Charles E 

Tvloyd). wholesale grocers. 
Long Rev \V M (Christian.) ' 

Lough I N. lands. 

Lov.e F Karl, grocer. ■ 

Lowe Scott C, lawyer. 
Lowery Edward W, blacksmith and : 

restaurant. 1st ward. 
Lucas Rev J H (M P.) 
Lynch & Dan ley (Darkis A Lynch, S 

S Danleyi. grocers. 
Lyons Andrew C. Architect. (See 

adv.) 
Lyons James A. hardware, 1st ward. 
]\rc.\tee Charles A jr. lawyer. 
McCafferty J H, railroad conrractor. 
McClain \V J. stone work. 
M'-^Conn Mary, teacher French State 

Normal School. 
McCool John, contractor. 
McCowan W L, Principal Fairmont 

State Normal School. (See adv.) 



McCoy Ernest, propr American Steam 
Laundry. 

McCoy James E, printer. 

McCoy Paul, lawyer. 

McCoy & Slack (Ernest McCoy, Ed- 
ward Slack), lessees The T F Wal- 
ton Hotel. 

McCray Charles E & Co (Charles E 
and Lawrence F McCray), clothUig. 

McCray Charles E Jr, saloon. 

McDonald James \Y, res physician 

Mine hospital No 3. 1st ward. 
McKay Hosmer C. dentist. 
McKeever Albert F, baker. 
McKinney O P, Mngr Index Printing 

Co. (See adv.) 
McKinney Presley O, pluDiber, 1st 

v.&rd. 
McNeely .Jacob O, dentist. 
McVicker & Ice (Clarence N Mc- 

Vicker, Maurice Ice), restaurant. 
MacArthur Prof Claude E, Music 

Teacher. (See adv.) 



MacArliiyr'sliisicSlydio 

C. E. iMacARTHlR, Sole Instructor. 

DIRECTOR: 
MacArthur's Concert Orchestra. 
Grand Opera House Orchestra. 

PIANO. HARMONY. 

WIEDEBUSCH BLDG. FIRST ST. 
FAIRMONT, W. VA. 

MacArthur's Concert Orchestra, Prof. 
Claude E MacArthur Leader. (See 
adv.) 

Madeira-Hill-Clark Coal Co, Percy C 
Madeira pros, J A Clark v-pres and 
gen mngr, Louis C Madeira Jr sec 
and treas. 

Malone L L, General Manager Fair- 
mont Coal Co. (See adv.) 

Manley Charles E, propr Hotel Man- 
ley. (Sec adv.) 

Mansbach Louis & George, clothing. 

Mansfield F K, mngr C D & P Tel Co. 

Mariani John W, Lawyer, Italian Con- 
sulate. 

Marion Bottling Works, L F Brahrn 
propr. 



for Timlier, Coal, Oil I nntis, farms and all other 

kinds of Real [state sea Grogg & Dudley's Advertisement, page 26. 



REAL ESTAT 

City and Suburban Property 



TAYLOR & TAYLOR, 

615J2 Market St., 
Parkersburg, VV. Va, 



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D. A. SPRIISKUE, Mngr. 
ALL KINDS OF 

LUMBER AND MILL WORK, 

SASH, DOORS AND BLINDS. 

FAIRMONT, W. VA. ^^ 

FAIRMONT BILL POSTING CO. 

ROBERT FISI-1ER. Mngr. 

City Kill Po!«»ter*i, IliMribiitor?^ and Ni4;ii Tackei>. 

General Oufdoor Advertisers. FAIRMONT, W. VA. 

MOUNTAIN STATE PRESSING GO. 

CLEANING, DYEING, PRESSING. 

RIGHTMIRE i FIELD. Prcorietors. 329 Main Street. FAIRi'rlONT. W, Vi. 






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Marion Hardware Co (J Walter 
Barnes, F R Clelland). 

Marion Si lax Building Co, M B Bart- 
lett pres, D A Six v-pres, Wm S 
Hamilton sec, H H Lanham treas, 
J H Leonard gen mngr. 

Martin Bros (Henry W and Wm H), 
general store. 

Martin Frederick T, U S commis- 
sioner. 

Martin J B, prppr The New Commer- 
cial Hotel, 1st ward. 

Martin James, ice cream mnfr. 

Martin & Lloyd (Arthur G ^lartin, 
Lawrence H Lloyd), book sellers. 

Mason John W. judge Circuit Court. 

Mason S M, insurance. 

Maxwell Sarah, teacher music State 
Normal School. 

Mayers D L, Electrician. (See adv.) 

Meade Fred F, barber. 

Meade Hiawatha, veterinary surgeon. 

Meadow Brook Coal & Coke Co. C E 
Hutchinson pres and gen mngr, 
Frank Ehlen sec and treas. 



Media Coal Co. W J Rowland pres, 
James Carter v-pres, J H Krepps 
sec, G W Mansbach treas. 

iMenear Stella, music teacher. 

Mercer Emery E, first asst mathe- 
matics State Normal School. 

Mercer Henry W, confectioner. 

Meredith Francis, dairyman, 3 m s e 

Meredith Winfield S, lawyer. 

Merrifield Albert, general store. 

Merrifield J L & Co (J L Merrifield, 
C W Walker, J W Fleming), real 
estate. 

Merrifield Newton, grocer, 1st ward. 

Merrifiehl Ulysses G, shoemaker. 

Metropolitan Lite Ins. Co, J P Hurt 
asst supt. 

Metz John J, carpenter. 

Michael A H, blacksmith, 1st ward. 

Miller C L & Co (Clarence L and H 
Clay Miller), upholsterers. 

Miller J Thomas, oil operator. 

Miller-Clark Grain Co, George E Mil- 
ler mngr. 

Mills Katharine B, B O teacher ora- 
tory State Normal School, 

Mine Hospital No 3, James Vv" iVIc- 
Uonald res physician, 1st ward. 



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C:oii<luc-l<'d on tiaeSvstf'iu ollhe 1 ni<<Ml SJiilcs Sect * I Sii^jce. 

co^7s;;!^>n^ents^im"aii ?rindT?ai ^''^ifi OnicBs, Keystcnc Buildif.g, Fourth Ave., Pilisburg, Pa, 
CitiesiaUaited states acd Canada. Telephones: Bell 1025 Court, P. & A. 1383 Alaia, 



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CHARLESTON, W. Va. 



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Di!l!rPrPITI!P!JTn 5^i. ,,. 

I hBLlijILit 1 LIUil !U, Ironwork. 



Estimates o 
Builders' Iron 



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ALLEGHENY AVE. AND BE8ECCA STREET. 

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]\.Ioats \V D, contractor. ; 

Moiini]2rahp!a Bank of Fairmont, capi- 
tal i?.:.u,OoO. R E Harr pres, B L 
Butcher vice pres, Hugh F Smith 
cashier. 

?yIonroe & Smith (R S Monroe, J L 
Smith). ?tock brokers. 

Ar'i!)]e's Run Coal Co. C E Hutchin- 
son pres, W J Rowiand sec. 

Moorhead Wm A, Mantels, Tiles, Etc. 
(See adv.) i 

Morfit & Smyth (Campbell C Morfit, - 
John G Smyth), civil engineers. ; 

Morgan Bros (George B and Frank), 
grocers. * i 

Morgan Ephraim F. lawyer. j 

Morgan Eva. teacher. 

Morgan Henry E, meats. 1st ward. '\ 

Morgan James E. asst chief of police. : 

Morgan Sarah, teacher. ! 

Morgan Z^'dock "W. roofer. 

Morgan Rev (Baptist), 1st ward. ' 

Morris J S & Son (James S and M : 
Albert Morris), Slate and Tin Roof-: 
ers and Sheet Iron Metal Workers. ' 
(See adv.) ; 

Morris Tusca, lawyer. i 

IV^orrow Mrs. N R C. pres, The State i 
Assn of the W C T U. '' 

Mountain City Stove & Mfg Co, J S i 
Eckels mngr. 

[Mountain State Premium Co, install- \ 
mr^nts. ; 

Mountain State Pressing Co (Richard ' 
Rightmire, G Bod a Field). (See; 
adv.) I 

Muliord Charles E, plumber. i 

Murphy Frank M, saloon. 

[Nlnsgrave Eienjamin P, genera! store. ! 

Mu^grave E & Son (Eli and Clarence ; 
L), undertakers. , 

Myers Nannie Price, school teacher. 

N^^el^:' Alice B, teacher. j 

Neeiy ^ Lively (M Mansfield Neely, ,' 
Henry G Lively^, lawyers. i 



Nelson Abraham, baker. 1st ward. 
New Commercial Hotel The. J B Mar- 
tin propr, C B Sperry mngr, 1st 

ward. 
Nichols Frank E, insurance. 
Northern Central Life Ins. Co, B F 

Williams supt. 
Ntzjm Sam R, Real Estate Broker. 

(See adv.) 
Nnzum Mrs Sarah F, grocer. 
Nuzum & Hall (R F Nuzum. D W 

Hall), blacksmiths. 
Nuzum's Greater Fairmont Band, Sam 

R Nuzum rnngr. 
Odbert Medical Co, C H Odbert pres, 

E A Billingslea v-pres, Glenn F 

Barnes sec and treas. 
Ogden Marshall W, lawyer. 
Ogden Presley B, physician. 
Opera Hou^e Orchestra, Claude E 

IVlacArthur leader. 
Ott George, blacksmith, 
Overholt B F pres, Overhoit Coal & 

Coke Co, 
Overholt Coal & Coke Co. B F Over- 
holt Pres, A S R Overholt Vice- 

Pres. C E Conaway Sec and Treas. 

(See back cover and adv.) 
Page Ida M. teacher elocution State 

Normal School. 
Painter Amanda, hairdresser. 
Palst Monroe B, insurance. 
Parker Richard F, tailor. 
Parks Thomas N. lawyer. 
Parrish Alonzo L, druggist. 
Parrish R B, circuit clerk. 
Patman Ella, teacher, 
Peakes George, stone contractor, 1st 

ward. 
Pearl Coal Mining Co, J A Clark pres, 

J E Sands v-pres, Glenn F Barnes 

treas, C D Junkins sec. 
Peddicord Alfred E, stenographer. 
Peddicorrl Linday B H, stenographer. 
Penick Rev C C (P E). 
Peoples Bank of Fairmont, capital and 

surplus .$80,000. W S Playmond pres, 

J M Brownfield cashier. 
Pheasant A, plasterer. 
Phillips John F brick mason 
Pickering Sc Earle (A A Pickering, 

Charles H Earle), mdse brokers. 
Pinn<-dl Lee D. livery. 
Pittsburg & Fairmont Fuel Co, Archer 

y^>rown pres, S L Watson treas, L L 

r'.Ialone genl mngr. 
Poling John W, insurance. 
Poling W Re, bowling alley. 



DOUBLEDAY-HILL ELECTRIC CO. 

.JL'HliiL^'/i'jyL'iLElectrical Supplies._JiIIi?iJMjPi__ 



4 Per Cent. Interest Paid on Savings. p^^X'' 

615 Market St., Parkersburg, W. Va. 



Company. 

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I»of>h' John S. greneral store. 1st ward, 
i'cist M K & W H (Michael R and , 

Worthy H), general store. 
Tost Worthy H, baker. 
Powell Charles, prosecuting attorney. 
Powell J Evermont. city treasurer. 
Powell Lamar C & Son (Lamar C 
and Joseph E), publrs Fairmont 
West Virginian. 
Powell & Brant (Michael Powell, Wni I 

H Brant), lawyers. 
Powell & Sprang (Michael Powell, 

Winfield H Spragg.t. real estate. 
Pricket Evelyn, prin West Fairmont ; 

School. 
Prickett J Miles, city engineer. I 

Pride C E Co, J H Earle mngr, mer- i 
chanrtise brokers. i 

Rager Clarence B, grocer, 1st ward. 
Rager George W, barber. 1st ward. : 
Raiphsnyder George M. lawyer. 
Ralphsynder Lsaac C, lawyer and min- 
ing. I 
Ramage Benjamin F. lawyer. 
Ramsey Realty Co, real estate. 
Randall C F & Co (Charles F and 
George F Randall, Edgar C Row- 
land), clothing. 
Ray bold & Sons (Wra. Wm Jr and 

Harry), meat market. 
Reed B Frank, feed stable. 
Reed Charles E, Real Estate. 
Reed Plumbing Co, W E Reed pres, 

Charles A Reed, sec and treas. 
Reed Thomas &: Co (Thomas Reed), 

marble works. 
Reed Thomas F, chief of fire dept. 
iteel Alvan, stone contractor, 1st wd. 
Reese Wm O, whol produce. 
Reeves Bert, grocer, 
Reinheimer Clara, teacher. 
Reinhimer Clara, .teacher. 
Reitz Mrs F W. grocer. 
Reymann Brewing Co of Wheeling W 

Va, Ed Duffy agent. 
Rf^ynolds Allie J, livery. 
Rice E M, plasterer. 
Rice Rev J M (Christian). 1st ward. 
Richardson George H, stone con- 
tractor, 1st ward. 
Ridgely Floyd, painter. 
Riggs & Prince (Wm Riggs, Wm 

Prince), billiards. 
Riheldatfer & Brownfield (Alexander 
M Riheldaffer, Arch F Brownfieldj, 
jewelers. 



J. C, REILLY, Pres. H. P. HAAS, Vice Pres. 
F. T. LAUI.>GER, Sec'y and Treas. 

FREEHOLD REAL ESTATE COMPANY, 

334 Fourth Avenue, 

1st Floor Times BIdg., Pittsburg, Pa. 
DIRECTORS: 

i.D. Gallery, M,K. McMullin, J. C. Reiliy, L. Vilsack, 
Charles Donnelly, W. y. Gallery, 0. A. Reed. H.P.Haas. 
Transacts ail Kinds ot Real Estate. 



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Rinehart & Dennis Co, W A Rinehart cdtj 
pres, W F Dennis v-pres, E J Pat- 5^ 
ton, sec and treas, contractors. P^ 

Robb Charles C, fish and oysters. J_n 
Robinson Clarence D, coal, 1st ward. • • 
Robinson Harry P, tel opr B & O R R. ^'^ 
Rogers Plarold F, A B, teacher sci- *y 
ence and German State Normal ^ 
School. ' pr 

Roils Theodore, saloon. ■» 

Romino Dominick, fruits. Vm 

Romino Michael, grocer. f 

Rose D W, buggies. ^ 

Rosier Joseph, supt public schools. \ 

Ross Olive, teacher literature State F^ 
Normal School. ' * 

Roush Wm V, commission produce. \^ 
Roush W Halleck, restaurant. 
Ruddy T J Furnishing Co, W S Black ^ 
pres, T L Borchinal sec and treas, ^ 
J E Mattingly mngr. f 

Ruhl Frederick, veterinary surgeon. ^^ 
Russo J, whol fruit. 
Safety Check Hook Co, Hervey C \\ 

Shovvalter mngr. 
Sample H C, publr Fairmont Free ■■ 
Press. "J 

Sample Wood S, constable. v 

Sands Joseph E, Cashier First Na- JS 
tional Bank of Fairmont. ^ 

Sands Wm H, physician. ^ 

Sapper Jacob L, dry goods. 
Satterfield H W, painter, 1st ward. J 
Savatt D, shoemaker. - 

Schmulbach Brewing Co (of Wheel- C 
ing), J Thomas Ford agent, Zi 

Schryver Ivy, teacher. 
: Schubert Mosaics Co, 1st ward. 
' Sclby Viiston A. jjhysician. ^ 

Shafer Studio, M D Boland Proprietor, Jj 
J D Strickler Manager, Photography, ■■ 
Skinner Blk, Main st. (See adv.) " 
Sharp Henry H, boarding, Ist ward. n 
Shaw Albert E, saloon. « 

Shaw Harry, lawyer. 



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Will Build You a 

Home on Terms to Suit. 

CAIN, Parkersl)urg, W. Va. 



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THE MAXO^^IILLCR [\1PR0VED LEVER JACKS, 

For Sale by Huntington, 

All Leading Supply Houses in U. S. A. w. Va. 



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Soever Pipe, Cliiimioy Tops, 
l>raiu Tile, I'liie I.iiiiiiff, 

32d St. Si Penna. R. R., PITTSBIRG, P4. 

\VRITE FOR PRICES. 

See adv. in classified Builders' Supplies. 



Shaw Thomas W. grocer, 1st ward. 

Shaw W R. physical director State 
Normal School. 

Sherrard S G. paper hanger. 

Sherwood Ernest, barber. 

Sherwood Richard, barber. 

Showalter Emmet :M. lawyer. 

Slmtliff Ed:rar W, market gardener, 
rural route No. 4. 

Singer Mnlg Co, W S Hartline mngr, 
sewing machines. 

Skinner's Tavern, Benjamin G Wil- 
liams Proprietor. Opposite B & O 
DepoL (See left top lines.) 

Slaughter Rev C A (M E South). 

Sle'ise P:d\vard T C & Co. brokers. 

Smallwood Eu.gene. blacKsmith. 

Smith Clarence L. lawyer. 

Smith Rev G D (Methodist). 

Smith Mrs James E. dressmaker. 

Smith John E, Propr Hotel Marion. 

Smith cS, Didenour (Charles E Smith, 
Sam L Ridenour>, Sign Painters. 

Smouse & Eckles (John R Smouse, 
James H Eekles). general store, 1st 
ward. 

Snider J T, gardener. 

Snyder Wm C, grocer, 1st ward. 

Spease J R. Secretary Fairmont Wall 
Plaster Co. 

Sperry C B. mngr The New Commer- 
cial Hotel, 1st ward. 

Springer Bros (Brady F and R Scott), 
feed mill, 1st ward. 

Sprinkle D A, Manager Sprinkle Pian- 
in-fi Miil. (See adv.) 

Sprmkle Planing Mill, D A Sprinkle 
Manager. (See adv.) 

Stiuus Georgia, teacher. 

Staiey Joshua F, tinsmith. 

Standard Guaranty & Trust Co. J L 
Merritield & Co agents. 

Stanley Amos O, lawyer. 

Stanley John, harness maker, 1st 
ward. 



St-te Association W T U 
R C Morrow President. 

Stealey P G & Sons (Perry G, Ar- 
thur. Floyd and Roy), painters, 1st 
ward. 

Steele Wm E. brick mason. 

Stein George P, saloon. 

Stemple E C & Co. E C Stemple 
mngr, dry goods. 

Sterling Albert W. physician, 1st wd. 

Stevens J W, civil engineer. 

Stoetzer Rev H G (Presbyterian). 

Stokes & Co, tinsmiths*- 1st ward. 

Stone Moncure R. upholsterer. 

Strickler J D, Manager Shafer Studio. 
(See adv.) 

Summers Brady, cigar manufacturer. 

Summers John D, grocer, 1st ward, 

Sutton M D, grocer. 

Swiger <fe Con away, brick work. 

Swindler F O, dray age. 

Swindler John T. justice, 1st word. 

Swisher Charles W. real estate. 

Swisher Francis M, constable. 

Swisher Howard, water commissioner.. 

Talbott Dennlson F, contractor. 

Talkinton Lester L. photographer. 

Taubpr John F. tailor. 

Tetrick Emory E, men's furnishings. 

Thomas & Harr (Franklin O Thomas, 
Rufus E Harr, general store, 1st 
ward. 

Thompson J Perry, civil engineer. 

Tibbs R B «<t Co, real estate. 

Torrey James L. shoes. 

Traugh Wm. house mover. 

Travis Jonathan E, grocer, 1st ward. 

Trickett Ezekiei. shoes. 

Troy Laundry. W E Reed pres, A B 
Robb sec. 

Tyler C Jeter, painter. 

United States Express Co, Claude 
Gillette agent, 

Vanata Harvey, painter. 

Vanata John W, painter. 

Vangilder Elzie, meats. 1st ward, 

Vincent George A. Lawyer. 

Virginia ^ Pittsburg Coal & Coke Co, 
P Y Hite pres, Wm J Wright sec, 
3Mj m e. 

Wagner-Palmros Manufacturing Co 
The. John L Wagner I'rosident and 
General Manager, J }<i Hartley Vice- 
President. E F Hartley Secretary 
and Treasurer, Coal Mining Ma- 
chinery. (See adv.) 

Wallace Lottie, dressmaker, 1st ward. 



Engraving by All Processes. Piintmq of Every Description. 

Rawsthorne Enoraving & Printing Conijiany, 

ARFJOTT BUILDING, NO. 3 BARKER PLACE. PITTSBURG, PA. 



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Reymann Brewing Co, 

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W.-vnl John C^ merchant tailor. • ! 
Vv'.iti»«'i wax J 13. plasterer. 
V. .iikins Jacob M, stone cutter. 
Watson C W, President Fairmont 

r<»al Co. 
*.\ats(»u J Fay, .stone quarry. 
V/atson S L, Treasurer Fairmont Coal 

Co. 
Wnt.son T F Hotel The, :McCoy & 

Slack lessees. 
Watts Ross A, lawyer. ■ 

Wt^isz A J & Co (Adolph J Weisz. ' 

R T Lowndes Jr, George W Milnes), : 

foreign exchange. i 

VVr-lis Fred, restaurant. 1 

Weish G Nathaniel, naeat. ! 

\\ est L, stone conrractor. 
West Virgninia Grocery & Candy Co, 

J iM Hartley pres, H F Smith sec 

and treas, V\' T Hartman ningr. 
West Virginia Schubert Mosaics Co, 

Levi B Harr pres. '■ 

^Western Union Telegraph Co, J C i 

White mngr. i 

Wiietsell Nancy, boarding, 1st ward. ■ 
Wiiite James C, mngr Wester Union ' 

Tel Co. 
While Kemble, lawyer. i 

Wilderman Belle, teacher. I 

Wiikie Frank, billiards. 
Williams Benjamin G, 



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Manufacturers' Agents. Purchasing Agents. 
Write when Jn the market for Steel 
Rails, Pipe, Cold Rolled Shafting, Gray 
Iron, Malleable Iron and Steel Castings. 

AGENTS CHAP3IATS GATE VALVF.*i. 

FARMERS BASK BLILDING, PITTSBLRGH. 

Teleplioiie, I^oMg Uistance, Grant IjJl. 



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Woody Harvey W, plasterer, 1st ward. 

Wyer & Mason (Lloyd C Wyer, R 
Ellis jNIason), employment and real 
estate. 

Wylie Rev AV C (M P). 

Yaners Anto. grocer. 

Yeager Charles G, painter. 

Yeager George G, dry goods. 

Yoder L E, civil engineer. 

Yost D L L. physician. 

Yost Lucien N, physician. 

Young Men's Business Club of Fair- 
mont. Sam B Holbert pres, H C 
Brooks sec pro tern, C W Corbin 
treas. 

Young Men's Christian Association, 
Herbert L Bartle, gen sec. 

Zink Phrania L I, teacher history 
and mathematics State Normal 
School. 



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V»'il!iams B F, supt Northern Central 

r.ife Insurance Co. 
Wiliiams Charles, barber. 
Wiiiiamson James, grocer, 1st ward. 
Wilson Bell, Produce Broker. 
'Vils<*n .Mrs Ella C, boarding. 
Wjison Frank M, dry goods. 
^\'i>" J U & Co (James U and . Wm 

r Wise, Marcellus A Jollitf), meats. 
Wixnian T C, livery. 
'■Vurnan's Hospital, Frederick W Hill 

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FAIRPLAIN. 

Population, 66. A country postoffice 
in Jackson county, 5V2 miles south 
of Ripley, the county seat, shipping: 
and banking town. Telephone con- 
nection. Mail, daily. G W Harpold 
postmaster. 

Bachtel J M, physician. 
Casto John R, blacksmith. 
Elliott James, live stock. 
Harpold G W, General Store. 
Pfost G W, live stock. 
Piost Jacob, live stock. 
Reynolds S F. blacksmith. 
Shinn J O & Bro. live stock. 
Shinn N U, live stock. 
Shinn S F, live stock. 
Staats Riley, barber. 



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Population, 250. A village in Han- 
cock county, 3 miles north of New 
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Wheeling. Telephone connection. 
Stage dany to New Cumberland, fare 
2.5c. Mail, daily. Mary B Shay post- 
mistress. 

Barton Henry, gardener. 

B*:^aunu;nt George W. gardener. 

Donehoo R S. physician. 

Evans D L, carpenter. 

Hartfoixl E N, barber. 

Hartford John B, flour mill. 

Hill H A, notary and justice. 

Hull J D. prin Tri-State Normal 

School. 
Mirshail George W. blacksmith. 
Martin & Cameron, saw mill. 
r^Ielvin James T, undertaker. 
Pomeroy J S & Co, general store. 
Settle J H, shoemaker. 
Snivey W W, barber. 
Steele John A, wagon maker. 
Stewart T P, carpenter. 
Wern Thomas & Sons, coal miners. 
Wilson W W, harness maker. 



FALLING ROCK. 

A station on the G C & S R R. in 
Kanawha county, 17 miles from 
Charleston. 



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FALLING SPRING. 

Population. 150. A village on the 
Greenbrier division of the C & O Ry, 
in Greenbrier county, 16 miles north- 
east of Lewisburg, tlie county seat 
and banking town. Telephone con- 
nection. Stage tri-weekiy to Rich- 
wood, fare $3. Exp Adams. Tel, W 
U. William P McKeevtr postmaster. 



y^i Albert C W, physician. 

,"l Bruffey N S, general store and justice. 

-/ij Callison J C, constable. 

.J^ Callison S O. blacksmith. 

^ Fleisher H S, physician. 



Givens W T, live stock. 

Hill George, hotel. 

Kerr G A, blacksmith. 

King W P. general store. 

Knight W F, livery. 

Lowe Walter, jeweler. 

I^we Willard, dentist. 

McClung Joseph A, live stock. 

^vlyles S F. general store. 

Pickering R H. meats. 

Pitts & Colley, general store. 

Renick R W, hotel. 

West E A. exp, r r and tel agt. 

Whiting G W, live stock. 



FALLING WATERS. 

In Berkeley county, on the Poto- 
mac river, and on the Cumberland 
Valley R R. 8 miles northeast of Mar- 
tinsburg, the county seat and bank- 
in^ point. Telephone connection. 
Ex"p, Adams. Tel, W U. J Z Stehley 
postmaster. 

Emerson J W, general store. 
Miller R D & Co, general stoie. 
Ripple I M. carriages. 
Stehley J Z, Feed and R R and Exp 

Agent and Saw Mill. 
Ward James H, justice. 



FALLS. 

Population, 100. A village in Grant 
county, 15 miles north of Petersburg, 
the county seat, IG from Moorefield. 
the banking point, and 23 from Key- 
ser. the shipping point. Stage daily 
to Keyser and intermediate points, 
fare to Keyser $1. Mail daily. J S 
Tucker postmaster. 

Babb Blanche, music teacher. 
Babb C M, live stock. 
Babb James G, book agent. 
Babb S M. grain. 
Berg A J. agent. 
Bowman R S, hotel. 
Dettinburn A. agent. 
Lvon J W &■ Co, general store. 
Lyon John, carpenter. 
Powers J W, blacksmith. 
Tucker James S, Live Stock. 
Tucker M B, feed mill. 

FALLSMILL. 
Population. 75. >. In Braxton county, 
on the Little Kanawha river, 17 miles 
northeast of Sutton, the county seat. 



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IL* from Burnsviile, the banking point. 
and 7 from Heaters, the shipping 
point. Telephone connection. Mail, 
daily. .J C Gillaspie postmaster. 

H'Try J Doss, hotel. 

iMrns & AlUire, general store. 

Cnitili field G L. blacivsmith. 

^'i^Iletran J H, constable. 

Gillaspie J C, General Store. 

Hardman E E, commissioner Board 

t)i' Education. 
il.'.ynjond B L, saw mill. 
.I'duison C, flour mill. 
Lovett G G, physician. 



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FANLIGHT. 

A farmhouse pot,toffice in Wetzel 

county. (oYz miles east ot New Mar- 
tinsville, the county seat, shipping 

and banking point, and 40 from 

Wheeling. Mail. daily. David E 
Mason postmaster. 

Gaines D W, blacksmith. 
Shupbauch Albert, dairy. 



FAR. 

A p«)stoffice in Wetzel county. 14 
miios southeast of New Martinsville, 
tho county seat and banking point, 
HUd 4 from Reader, the shipping 
I>"Hit. Mail, daily. Alexander Le- 
masters postmaster. 

liichmond D S, general store. 

FARLEY, 

A village in Summers countv, 13 
J'n.'es south of Hinton. the county 
-"^♦"Jt. banking and shipping point. Tei- 
•'fdione connection. Mail, daily. N 



FARMINGTON. 

j Railroad name is Underwood. A 
i growing incorporated town of 600 in- 
I habitants, located on the B & O R R, 
I in Marion county, Lincoln township, 
I 11 miles from Fairmont, the county 
I seat. 7 from Mannington and 67 from 
I Wheeling. The George's Creek Coai 
i & Iron Co have an extensive mining 
I indu^^try here tiiat givt's employment 
I to many men. The town has a bank, 
I planing mill, flour mill, feed mill, 2 
I Methodist and 1 Catholic churches, 
I public school and 2 hotels. The town 
i is heated and lighted by natural gas, 
! and offers gas cheap to any glass fac- 
! tory that may locate here. A num- 
I ber of substantial business blocks are 
I being erected. Telephone connection. 
I Exp, U S. Tel, W U. James F Camp- 
bell postmaster. 

1 Bank of Farmington The (Capital 
I $2.5.000), James F Campbell Presi- 
i dent; W J Rowland Vice-President; 
i W E Mapel Cashier. (See adv.) 
: Barb G C. prin public school. 
' Bartlett Johnson J, mngr George's 
: Creek Coal &: Iron Co dept store. 
j Bock & Fox (John A Bock. James B 
I Fox), general store. 
I Burnett S E, plasterer. 
; Burns James, hotel. 
i Campbell J F, jeweler. 
Campbell James F. President Bank 
of Farmington and Postmaster, 
; Chedister Rev T W (M E). 
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Wooden Tanks Jowcrs and Vats, 

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Stewart B L, blacksmith. 

Stockton N A, sec Farmington Plan- 
ing Mill Co. 

Toothman B J, carpenter. 

Toothman Lee, town sergeant. 

Trach J M, physician. 

WadsM'orth George, general store. 

We!ls A S, constable. 

Wells R & Sons (PJchard, Asby S 
and LeRoy), flour mill.' 

Williams Byrd, teacher. 




e«E&a) Cooper Daniel, notary public. 
«=»■ S Cotter Bros (Edward J and Wm P), ; 
C^ ^>^ general store. i 

1^ bU Culp I J, physician. | 

^ Cucright J W, watchmaker. \ 

P" v^m Davis & Hobbs (,A O Davis, Jerome 
*r W5 Hobbs), livery. 
^ C Fahey M, agent B & O R R and U S ; 

(^ ^ Exp Co. : 

^^ ^ Farmington Planing Mill Co, N A 

Stockton sec. I 

•N Fletcher D S, blacksmith. ! 

George s Creek Coal &: Iron Co, Rob- ; 

ert L Somerviile supt. i 

Georges Creek Coal cc Iron Co dept i 

store, Johnson J Bartlett mngr. 

• Gray Frank G, general store. 
^ Hagerty David, restaurant. 

>Hagerty John M, general store. 
Hallam J C, pr(.>pr Hotel Murphy. 

• Haught John, blacksmith. 
> Hickman Willa, teacher. 

I I ^ Hotel Alurphy, J C Halam propr. 
tJjRM • Hoye Stephen D, restaurant. 

(^ Hughes Susan, teacher. 
Hunier C E, general store. 
Jamison Zanie, opr Consolidated Tel 

—) Co. 

^ Jones Thomas K, justice. 

yj Kuhn Alva M, general store. 

ff\ Lough Emory, carpenter. 

jj' Mapel W £, Cashier Bank of Farm- 

^ ington. 

LlI ^°^9^" ^ '-' i^^syof. 

■■ Morris Harmon L, drugs. 
X O'Neill Kate, t<jacher. 
p^ Park Jesse P, barber. 
1^ Parish J C, justice. 
^ Iteese James A, harness maker. 
^ Rhodes IMrs R A, grocer. 
*^ Rowiand V/ J, Vice-President Bank of 
Farmington. 

Sheridan Rev J (ME South). 

Smith A W, physician. 

Somerviile Robert L. supt George's 
Creek Coal & Iron Co. 



FARNUM. 

Population, 200. A vilage on the 
Monongah division of the B i& O R R, 
in Harrison county, 7 miles north of 
Clarksburg, the county seat and bank- 
ing point. Telephone connection. 
Exp U S. Tel W U. R F Mason post- 
master. 

Mason R F, Store Manager. 
Payne A R, ex p. r r and tel agent. 
Post S H. physician. 
Watson H H, superintendent. 



FAWVER. 

A station on the B & O R R, in 
Berkeley county, 2 miles north o£ 
Martinsburg. 



! FAY. 

i A countiw postoffice in Mason coun- 

j ty. S miles south of Point Pleasant, 

i the county seat. Mail, daily. Ben- 

, jamin E Stevens postmaster. 



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FAULKNER. 

In Randolph county. Name changed 
to Bowden. 



FAYETTE. 

Population. 200. A postofRce on 
the C & O Ry, in Fayette county, 3 
miles east of Fayetteville, the county 
seat and banking point. Telephone 
connection. Stage four times a day 
with Fayetteville. fare 50c. Exp, 
Adams. Tel W U. J A Boone post- 

I master. 

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; Alta Vista Hotel, W T Grose propr. 

' Blake Boone Sc Boone, proprs Michi- 
gan Coal Co. 

I Blume E G. general store. 

; Blume G ^l. notary. 

' Daniel Nebemiah, saloon. 

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Harrow Mrs M K, hotel. 
Michigan Coal Co, Blake 

Boone Proprietors. 
Newlyn Coal & Coke Co. . 
Robmson Rev S (ME South) 
Wooclville John B, physician, 



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FAYETTEVILLE. j 

Population, 600. An incorporated i 
town in Fayette co'unty, of which it ; 
is the county seat, 3 miles from Fay- 
ette, its shippina: point, and oO from 
Charleston. Has Baptist, Methodist 
Episcopal, :Methodist Episcopal South 
and Presbyterian churches, a bank 
and two weekly newspapers, Journal 
and Free Press. Telephone connec- 
tion. Stage 4 times a day to Fayette, 
fare 50c. E G Hinman postmaster. 
Anderson Wm, deputy sheriff. 
Arthurs F E, restaurant. 

Bare B, assessor First district, P O 
Sewell. 

Bennett W R, judge criminal court. 

Burgess C H. carpenter. 
Carter Bros (R L and B E Carter, J 
W Hopkins), general store. 

Carter S T. justice. 

Daniel N. sheriff. 

Daniels J H, livery. 

Daniels Jesse, lawyer. 

Dickerson INIiss L. teacher. 

Dickinson W G. general store. 

Dillon & Nuckols (C W Dillon, E L 
Nuckols), lawyers. 

Downtain W S, Publisher Fayette 
Free Press. (See adv.) 

Eagan R, assessor second district, 

Edler P R, barber. 

Ed lor Wm, feed. 

P'^arr J c, clerk of the circuit and 
criminal court. 



Fayette Free Press, W 

Publisher. (See adv.) a ^ 

Fayette Journal, G C Mcintosh, Publr. ^ ^ 

(See adv.) 
Fayetteville Academy, H C Robertson g S J^ 

principal. ZL St '^^ 

Favetteville National Bank (capital ^* g' ^:j^ 

$25,000), Moris Harvey pres, J S -*" J £2 

Hill cashier. S" < Ci^ 

Favetteville Silver Cornet Band. §" S* '^' 

Gosiin- Rev B F (M E South). ^L'S r%% 

Grafion W ^l. county clerk. ^ s' ^ 

Haptonsall Mrs J J, propr Hotel Al- g^ g. *^^ 

temont. o' ^ ^.-.^ 

Hardway E V, teacher. c: a 1^^ 

Morris, pres Fayetteville Na- « ^ ^ 
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Henley Elizabeth, dressmaker. o. g. rj^ 

Heslip J L, carpenter. n *^^ 

Hill J S, cashier Fayetteville National ^ | C/> 

Bank. 5 "g "* 

Hinman E G, feed. 
Hopkins J W, physician. 
?Totel Altemont, Mrs J J 

propr. 
Hubard R T Jr, atorney. 
Huse Misses, milliners. ^ 3 

Johnson W S. county supt of schools, g S" 
.Tones W B & Co, grocers. p gi 

Kincaid A M. deputy sheriff. ^ =^ 

Kirkpatrick H L, commissioner coun- S' «^ 

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Koontz J M. hardware. ,3 — a? 



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Fight Henry, general store. ? ^ m 

Lively O B. jeweler. » H ,? Q 

; McClannahan F A, commissioner ;:S S T C 
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i McClung J A, restaurant ^ 

\ Mcintosh G C, Publisher Fayette 

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Maliood Wni. shoemaker. 

^Malcolm M, dnigs and physician. 

-\rontgomery Dr L C. coroner. 

Xewiin Mamie, teacher. 

Osenton C W. prosecuting attorney. 

Parker Rev N A i Presliyterian). 

Payne & Hamilton, lawyers. 

Pemberton :\liss E :\I. stenographer. 

Philips Charles L. deputy sheriff. 

Pierson E G, lawyer. 

Poteet L E. lawyer. 

Quarles Reuben, barber. 

Ramsey Wm H. deputy sheriff. 

Reese John, blacksmith. 

Ro])ertPon Prof H C. prin Fayetteville 

Academy. 
Ryan :\reredith. lawyer. 
Ryan John, lawyer. 
St Clair, Walker & Suramerfield ( J 

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merfiehl), lawyers. 
Sortie J M. livery. 

Simms .John T. lawyer and teacher. 
Simms M J. pres county court, P O 
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Smith Anderson D, lawyer. 
Station .1 P. justice. 
Tansiil H L. justice. 
Thrift A J. lawyer. 
Thrift J R, lawyer. 
Trimble M A. livery and 
Wilso)! Martin, coal and 
Windle John. meat. 
Wmdle R H & Co. grocers. 
^Viseman F K, laundry. 
Wiseman J L, justice. 
Wiseman \V E. blacksmith. 
Wiseman & Bibb, general store. 
Wood Osr'ar, saloon. 



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FELLOWSVILLE. 
Population, 100. A village in Pres- 
ton county, 15 miles southwest of 
Kingv\ood. the county seat, and 6 
from Tunnelton, the nearest banking 
and shipping point. Telephone con- 
nection. Mail, daily. W A Watson 
postmaster. 

Boyce B F, carpenter. 

Boyce J & Bro, tanners. 

Clark C, blacksmith. 

Criss I W, live stock. 

Knotts P S, flour mill. 

Linch John, painter. 

1/Oughridge Wm, notary. 

Michael J F. physician. 

Reed J L, live stock. 

Rutherford W E. justice and surveyor. 

Sh.aham G J, tinner. 

Shay & Bro, general store. 

Simpson A, carpenter. 

Smith Mrs Lena, music teacher. 

Smith O C, shoemaker. 

Smith Wra, carpenter. 

Stone B T, agent. 

Watson W A, General Store and Un- 

(lei taker. 
Wolf G L, hotel. 
Woodward B F, constable. 



FELTON, 
A station on the B & O R R. in 
Barbour county, 19 miles south of 
Grafton. 



FERGUSON. 

Population, 100. On the N & W 
Ry, in Wayne county. 16 miles south 
of W^ayne, the county seat, and 12 
from Louisa Ky, the banking point. 
Exp, Adams. Tel, W U. J C Fergu- 
son postmaster. 

Chitwood R H, tel and r r agent. 
Ferguson J C & Bro, General Store. 



FEDERAL. 

A country postorliro in Pleasants 
county. 8 miles east of St Marys, the 
county =5eat, bankinir and shiiApiug 
[)nint. xMail, daily. T E Fleming post- 
master and general .-tore. 



FERN. 

A village in Pleasants county, 13 
miles east of St Marys, the county 
seat and banking point, and 8 from 
Ellenboro, the shipping point. Tel- 
ephrme connection. Mail, daily. L C 
Watson postmaster. 



FERRIS. 

.\"so known as C.I en Ferris. Popu- 
lation, 230. In Fayette county, on the 



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\i!le, Ltie county f'-r.f. nvic} abmit tlio 
auine (listanco from Montgomery, the 
banking point. Telephone connection. 
Mail, daily. E O Bail postmaster. 

Bail E O, Express, Railroad and Tel- 
egraph Agent. 
Elliott T H, physician. 
Hawkins W S. general store. 
Kanawha & Hocldng Coal & Coke Co. 
Wilson Aluminum Co. 
Wilson Foundry «fe Machine Works. 



FERRUM. 
A discontinued postoffi.ce in Jeffer- 
son county, 12 miles northeast of 
Charles Town, the county seat, 4 from 
Harpers Ferry, the bank location, and 
about the same distance from En- 
gles, the nearest railroad approach. 
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McGlumphey T B. justice. 

Orr H F. general store. 

Pinnell I) L. physician. 

Ringler H L, general store. 

Smaliwood J, shoemaker. 

Travis Edgar, Cigar Manufacturer. 

Travis George W. general store. 




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FEZ. 

A recently established postoffice in 
Calhoun countv. 



FESTUS. 

Population, 50. A postofRce in IVIa- 
rion countj', 9 mile? southwest of 
Fairmont, the county seat and bank- 
ing point, and 2 fmni Worthfngton, 
its shipping point. TJaii, daily. 

Parrish R B, lumber. 
Stout C B, blacksmith. 
Sturirl S J, general store. 



FETTERMAN. 

A village and station on the B & 
O R R, in Taylor county. 1 V2 miles 
north of Grafton, the county seat 
and banking town, and 98 from 
Wheeling. Telephone connection and 
daily stage connection with Grafton, 
fare 5c, and Pruntytown. 25c. Exp, 
U S. Edgar Travis postmaster. 

Baker Mrs T J, grocer. 
Buruett W N. general store. 
DeT..any A L & Bro, well drillers. 
Evans Isaac, tanner. 
Evans J Lee & Co, furniture. 
Forman H D. general store. 
Glenn C M, general store. 
Glenn G E, General Store. 
Hawkins Charles, blacksmith. 
Jarrett A M & Son, dentists. 
•larrett & Co, distillers. 
Johnson Charles F, physician. 
McConkey R, cigar mnfr. 



FINCH. 

' Population, 300. A village in Ritchie 
i county. 10 miles north of Harrisville, 

the county seat and banking point. 

and 4 from Ellenboro. the nearest 
j shipping point. Telephone counec- 
1 tion. Stage daily to St Marys and 
I Ellenboro. Mail, daily. Allen Riggs 
! postmaster. 

I Bumgardner W A. meats. 

' Riggs Alien. Grocer, 

I Stanley Daly, oil producer. 

I Vanpelt & Gontohis, blacksmiths. 



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; Population, 150. A postoffice in 
i Lewis county. 14 miles northwest of 
; Weston, the county seat, banking and 
j shipping point. Telephone connec- 
j tion. Mail by special supply. J W 
I Hackert postmaster and general 
store. 

FINLOW. 

Population, 2."j0. A postoffice on the 
C, & O Ry, in Fayette county. 9 miles 
southeast of Fayetteville, the county 
scat and banking point. Its railroad 
name is Broklyn. Telephone connec- 
tion. Exp. Adams. B H Hesse post- 
master. 

Baber J IT, physician. 

Grose Marv V, music teacher. 



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FIRE CREEK. 

Population, 300. On the C & O 
Ry, in Fayette county, 10 miles south 
of Fayetteville, the county seat and 
banking point. Telephone connection. 
Exp. Adam.s. Tel, W U. G H Caper- 
ton, postmaster. 

Caperton G H, President and Man- 
ager Fire Creek Coal & Coke Co 
and Thurmond Coal Co. 

Davis R T, physician. 

Fire Creek Coal ^' Coke Co. 

Gallagher .] A. exp, r r and tel agent. 

Gordon Coal & Coke Co. 

Grafton E L, meats. 

New River Smokeless Coal Co. 

Rappcld J M, physician. 

Thurmond Coal Co. 

Williams J H, physician. 



FISHER. 

The railroad name for a siding near 
Mahie, which see for list of names. 



FISHER'S SUMMIT. 
A station on the B & O R R, in 
Lewis county, 4 mile.- north of Wes- 
ton. 

Einsiey M, exp and r r agent. 
New River Smokeless Coal Co. 



FIVE MILE. 

A coimtry postoffice in Mason coun- 
tv, 9 miles south of Point Pleasant, 
the county seat and banking point, 
and 5 from Couch, the nearest ship- 
ping point. Mail, daily. Isaac Fade- 
ley postmaster. 



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FIVE MILE. 

A station on the West Virginia 
Short Line division of the B & O R 
R. in Wetzel county, 6 miles south- 
oast oi New Martinsville. 



FIVE SPRINGS. 

On the C Sz O Ry, in Cabell county, 

la mVe^ east of Pluntington, the coun- 
ty seat and banking town. 



FLANNAGAN. 

A station on the West Virginia 
Short Line division of the B & O R 
R, in W^etzel county, 11 1^ miles from 
Broklyn, 



FLATFORK. 

Population, 70. A country postof- 
fioe in Roane county, 12 miles south- 
west of Spencer, the county seat, 
banking and shipping point. - Mail, 
dail3^ Jacob H Jones postmaster. 

Counts C C, general store. 
Dennison W A, oil producer. 
FieMs R B, live stock. 
Grandee G W, blacksmith. 
House James W E, carpenter. 
Hughes T W, live stock. 
Lupardus Peter, live stock. 
Lynn R, oil driller. 
Raines John, stone mason. 
Raines W H, live stock. 



FINSTER. 

A postoffice in Lewis county, 12 
miles southwest of Weston, the coun- 
ty seat and banking point, and 6 from 
Roanoke, the shipping point. Tele- 
phone connection with Weston. Mail, 
daily. Adam M Finster postmaster. 



FLATROCK. 

Population, 225. A village in Ma- 
son county, 8 miles east of Point 
Pleasant, the county seat and bank- 
ing town, and V/2 miles from Ambro- 
sia, on the K & M Ry (Ohio Cen- 
tral Lin'^s). its shipping point. Tele- 
phone connection. Mail, daily. Hughi 
Daugherty postmaster. 

Bo:;gess J W, horse dealer. 
Daugherty Hugh, Timber. 



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Eckard E M, teacher, 

Fadely J F.. teacher. 

Fridley James A, teamster. 

Gill Lou, teacher. 

Greenlee H. basket mnfr. 

Ilaymaii W E & Co, general stort 

Love C C, bee hive ranfr. 

Love N P, physician. 

McKiney E. notary. 

Macher John A. brom mnfr. 

Pullin Oren, blacksmith. 

Sterne George, lawyer. 



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FLAT TOP. 

Population. 100. A village in ?.Icr- 
cer county. 24 miles north of Prince- 
ton, the county seat, 19 from Hiniou. 
the bonking point, and 1& from Ra- 
leigh. the shipping point. Telephone 
connection. Mail, daily. E C Epling 
postmaster. 

Bieknerr A A, physician. 

Ed\yards J R, justice. 

Epling E C, contractor. 

Enling & Lilly lumber mnfrs. 

Flat Top Coal Co. 

Hughes W A, Genera! Store. 

Lilly John, county supt of schools. 

Lilly M S, general store. 

Lilly Simon, live stock. 

McComas , physician. 



FLAT Vv'OODS. 

Population. 300. A village on the 
B & O R R, in Braxton county, 6 miles 
northeast of Sutton, the county seat 
and banking town. Telephone con- 
nection. Exp. U S. Tel, W U. J B 
Hyer postmaster. 

Ailcock J L & Co. lumber. 

Atkins W F, exp, r r and tel agent. 

Barnett J K & Sons, carpenters and 
contractors. 

Bartlett W P. furniture and under- 
taker. 

Beamer F M. teacher. 

Berry J W, physician 

Berry & Berry, General Store. 

Buell Carrie, milliner, 

Fisher, Berry Lumber Co. 

Fisher G B, live stock. 

Fisher J L, lumber. 

Floyd O L & W D, lumber. 

Garrison G H, hotel. 

Harper Grace B, milliner. 



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Harper J M, shoemaker. 

Herron B B , general store, 

Hutchison O C, constable. 

Hyer J B, Blacksnnith. 

Kennedy James & Co. lumber. 
I McNutt B C. salesman. 
I Mabone A V & Co, flour mill. 
! Queen W H L, hotel. 
: Rhea J L, grocer. 
, Sharp Rev J N (ME). 
! Shaver L, blacksmith. 
I Simons Robert, live stock. 
i Squires C H, hotel. 
; Squires M B, physician. 
' Stalnaker S W, general store. 

Stalnaker & Sumpter, milliners. 

Stout F H, hotel. 



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FLAXTON. 

j A country postofhce in Mason coun- 
i ty, 12 miles southeast of Point Pleas- 
! ant, the county seat and banking 
I point, and 5 from Beech Hill, the 
I shipping point. Mail, daily. Sarah 
, Lawrence postmistress. 

' Beard .Jabe, justice. 

i Blain Price, live stock. 

1 Lewis George, carpenter. 

! Lewis Henry, general store. 

i ■Meek J. saw mill. 

I Poppinljarger AVra. grist mill. 

! Woodvard \Vm. blacksmith. 



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FLEMINGTON. 

Population, .'^00. A village on the 
I Parker.sburg branch of the B & O R 
; R, in Taylor county, 10 miles south- 
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I FLINN. 

! A country postoffice in Jackson 
I county, 22 miles north of Ripley, the 
i county se*:^!, 12 from Ravensvvood. the 
i banking poini, and 6 from Belleville. 
I its shipping point. Mail, daily. 

i Garman J J, general store, 
i Moore T A, general store. 



nearest banking point, and 110 from 
Wheeling. Coal is mineri and ship- 
ped. Telephone connection. Exp, 
US. Tel, W U. Charles F Monroe 
postmaster. 

B^rtlett M H & Co, general store. 
Batsou Mrs E J, milliner. 
Cather J Howard, county surveyor. 
Clark G F. justice. 
Curry Mrs A N, milliner. 
Curry AV C, physician. 
Davidson H P, general store. 
Davisson I, physician. 
Flemington Coal & Coke Co. 
Greathouse G T, carpenter. 
Greathouse Ira. blacksmith. 
Greathouse Orin. general store. 
Hodix John, shoemaker. 
Hyson \V L, carpenter and under- 
taker. 
Monroe & Brohard, General Store. 
Reynolds G W. live stock. 
Shields W L, general store. 
Sinsel W A. general store. 
VanHorn C W. railroad agent. 
Williamson M V, flour mill. 
Wyckoff W C, planing mill. 
Yates W H. barber. 
Yates & Greathouse, meat market. 



FLINT. 

A country postoffice in Doddridge 
•"ounty, 11 miles northeast of W'est 
I.^nion. the county seat, and 8 from 
Salem, its banking and shipping 
point. Mail, daily. A J Gaskins post- 
master. 

Davis B, general store. 
Gnskins A J, General Store. 
Helmick B D. blacksmith. 
Kester A B & M J. saw mill. 



FLIPPING. 

I A station on the X & W Ry, in 
I Mercer county, 5 miles east of Bram- 
i well. P O name is Duhring. 



FLODING. 

In Cabell county, 14 miles east of 
Huntington, the county seat and bank- 
ing point. Blue Sulphur Springs on 
the C & O Ry is its shipping point. 
Telephone connection. 



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FLORA. 

150. A postoffice in 



FLETCHER. 

A postoffice in Jackson county, 28 
miles southeast of Ripley, the coun- 
ty seat. l:anking and shipping point. 
Mail, tri-weekly. 






FLICKERSVILLE. 
A village in Monongalia county, 
11X2 milos southwest of Morgantown, 
the cvumty seat and banking point, 
and ZVz from Opekiska. its shipping 
point. Rural free delivery from Mor- 
gantown. 



! Barbour county. 11 miles southeast 
of Philippi, the county seat, and .5 
! from Belington, its banking and ship- 
i ping point. Mail, daily. L H Kerr 
I postmaster. 

Booth Jeremiah, grist mill. 
; Booth John, mill. 

Booth W^m, carpenter. 

Coonts H H. general store. 

Cross Rev J B. 
: Hill Frederick, live stock. 
: Hill John, stone mason. 

J( nes Nicholas, photographer. 

Jones P B, blacksmith. 

.lones T \V H, carpenter. 

Kerr L H, Live Stock. 

Ramsey B. music teacher. 
I Ramsey J R. horse dealer, 
i Sherman John, barber. 
! Sturm A G, barber. 



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FLORENCE. 
A village in Preston county. 20 
inileo north of Kingwood. the county 
seat, and 10 from Fairchance Pa, the 
shipping point. T^lail, tri-vveekly. W 
H Kelley postmaster and general 
store. 



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FLOYD. I 

A station on the B & O R R, in ! 

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FOLSOIVI. I 

Population, 500. A village on the I 
West Virginia Short Line division of ! 
the p. & O R R, in Wetzel county, 33 | 
miles southeast of New ;Marlinsville. t 
the county seat, and 3 from Wallace. | 
the nearest banking point. Telephone : 
connection. Mail, daily. D C Ben- : 
nett postmaster. 

Aldn Harry, grocer. 
Carlin Kate, grocer. 
Clendenning & Griffin, saloon.. 
Davis Walter, carpenter. 
Folsom Store Co. 
Hennegen P, contractor. 
Hood A, feed stable. 
Ice C C & Bro, general store. 
Jones J E. druggist. 
Klipstein M L, confectionery. 
Morris.on J A. blacksmith. 
Parrish & Smith, General Store. 
Robinson L G. savr mill. 
Slater Samuel, contractor. 
Talkinglon O A. mill. 
Tollmon S E, boarding house. 
Williams R J, hotel. 



FONZO. 

A postoffice in Ritchie county. 12 
miles south of Harrisville, the county 
seat and shipping i;Oint. and 31,2 from 
Smithville, the banking point. Mall, 
daily. Charles E Hattield postmaster. 

Cooper Frederick, stone cutter. 
Cooper Joseph G. stone cutter. 
Frederick Joseph L, miller. 
Hatfield Charles E, General Store. 
Moyers Frank S, blacksmith. 




FOOTE. 

A farmers' postoffice in Mineral 
county, 13 miles northeast of Keyser, 
the county seat and banking point, 
and 9 from Patterson's Depot, its 
shipping point. Stage to Burlington. 
Mail, daily. A D Roes postmaster. 



FOLTZ. 

Population, 25. A village in Berke- i 
ley county, 9 miles northeast of Mar- | 
tinsburg, the county seat. 7 from i 
Shepherdstown, the banking point, ; 
and ZV2 from Bedins^ton, the nearest ; 
shipping point. Mail by special sup- i 
ply. Rev C W Foltz postmaster and | 
general store. i 



FORD. 

Population, 50. A village in Wood 
county, 20 miles southwest of Par- 
kersburg, the county seat and nearest 
banking point, and 3 from Belleville, 
the shipping point. Telephone con- 
nection. Mail, daily. Woodson B 
Hawkins postmaster. 

Benton B, mason. 

Boso E, carpenter. 

Fairfax & Hawkins. General Store. 

Smith J A «& Co, general store. 









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FONDA. 
A postoffice in Harrlsim county, 15 
miles northwest of Clarksburg, the 
county seat, and 4 from Wallace, the 
banking and shipping point. Mail, 
daily. W E Gifford postmaster and 
general store. 



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A small village in Hampshire county. =: ^ 
12 miles southeast of Romney. the? o 3 
county seat, banking and shipping q. ^ 
point. Telephone connection. Tvlail i? 
by special supply. G R Park post- T 
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Malick Philip, flour mill. 



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Park G R, General Store. 
Poland Wm A. machinery agent. 
Simmons F J, saw and planing mills. 
WaKorfi C C. constable. 
Walford L H, road supervisor. 



Araos E N, dentist. 
Dauglierty W C, notary. 
Doolittle Rev Ephraim, dentist. 
Hay hurst James B. justice. 
Morgan Brooks, grocer. 
Morgan Marcus, Ex-Commissioner. 
Richardson P B, grocer. 



FOREST. 

Population. 300. Railroad name is 
Wake Forest. On Cabin Creek 
branch of the C & O Ry. in Kana- 
wha county. 32 miles southeast of 
Charleston, the county seat, and 24 
from -Montgomei'v, the banking point. 
Telephone connection. Exp, Adams. 
J C Grymes postm.aster. 

Cardiff Cool Co. 
Quarrier Coal Co. 
Wake Forest Mining Co. 



I FORKS OF CAPON. 

' A postoffice in Hampshire county. 
, 22 miles northeast of Romney, the 
\ county seat, and 11 from Paw Paw, 
i on the B & O R R. its shipping point, 
i Winchester Va, is its usual banking 
point. Mail, daily. 

Hiett G W. general store. 
Powell R D, general store. 



FORKS OF LITTLE SANDY. 

A postofhce in Kanawha county, 20 
miles north of Charleston, the county 
seat and banking point, and 4 from 
Blue Creek, its shipping point. Tel- 
ephone connection. Mail, tri-weekly. 
Adaline Copenhauer postmistress. 

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I Barr J V, blacksmith. 

j Copenhauer & Fleshman. mills. 

j Copenhauer & Lynch, General Store. 

I Donahoe J E. general store. 



FOREST HILL. 

Population, 20. A postoffice in 
Summers county, 1-3 miles southeast 
of Hinton, the county seat and bank- 
ing town, and 9 south of Lowell, on 
the C & O Ry, its shipping point. Tel- 
ephone connection. Mail, daily. T 
M Hutchison postmaster. 

Garten C P. blacksmith. 
Hunter J O, physician. 
Hutchison Bros, General Store. 
Saunders R W & Son, lumber. 
Vass Gary N, justice. 



I Foster T M, lawyer. 

! Milbee John, physician. 

i Pauley W M, lawyer. 

I Smith W W, justice. 

I Stump G W, law^yer. 

! Thompson J R & W W Smith, saw 

I mill. 

Thompson Jane, general store. 

Vickers C W, general store. 

Work J A, physician. 



FOREST HILL. 

A station on the Huntington divi- 
sion of the C «& O Ry. in Fayette 
county, 2V2 miles east of Montgomery. 



FORMAN. 

i A postofRce in Grant county, 11 
j miles north of Petersburg, the county 
I seat and banking point, and 30 south 
j of Keyser, the nearest shipping point. 
{ Telephone connection. Stage to Key- 
I ser. fare SI, and Franklin $2. iNIail. 
daily. Jacob Lahman postmaster. 



FORKSBURG. 

Population. 40. A village in Marion 
county, S miles east of Fairmont, the 
county seat, banking and shipping 
pokit. Telephone connection. Mar- 
cus Morgan postmaster. 



I FORREST. 

i A station on the Greenbrier division 

j of the C & O Ry. in Pocanon.tns 

i coLinly, 20 miles north of Marlinton. 

FORT GAY. 

ropulation, 600. Also called Cass- 



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DEALERS IN TIMBER, COAL, 
OIL LANDS AND FARMS. 

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Geo. W. IVSf Ines, 

Civil and Mining Engineer. 

CLARKSBURG, VV. VA. 



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-viJIu, I:} an iiicorporated town in \ 
Wayne county, 14 miles southwest of i 
AVj.yne, tlie county seat, and 30 from \ 
Huntington. Louisa Ky is the nea> ' 
est shipping and banking point, one- 1 
quarter mile west, on opposite sii'e ^ 
ot the Big Sandy river. Telephone , 
connection. Mail, daily. G W Bar- \ 
tram postmaster. | 

Bartram E & Co, General Store. j 

Bartram George W, general store. I 
Bartram John, general store. \ 

Robertson Warren, saw and grist \ 

mills. 
See M B, general store. 
Stout C B, blacksmith. 



C. H. STRUBLE, 

Real Estate, Investments, Promotions, 

801 Pifisburgh Bank for Savings Building, 
PITTSBURGH, PA. 
Phone: Bell 279S Court, 



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Perry R A. General Store. 
Trout J P, blacksmith. 



FORT SEYBERT. 

Population, 49. A village in Pen- 
dleton county, 13 miles northeast of 
Franklin, the county seat and bank- 
ing town, and 36 from Harrisonburg, 
Va, on the B & O R R, its shipping 
point. Telephone connection. Mail, 
daily. W ^I Dyer postmaster. 



Conrad A T. live stock and 
Conra<a J W, grain. 
Cowger Elijah, blacksmith. 
Cowger Noah M, flour mill. 
Dyer J P, live stock. 
Dyer W M, Live Steck. 
Dyer & Miller, general store. 
Henkel D A, carpenter. 
Judy W A, live stock. 
Miller J C, undertaker. 
Mitchell A S, blacksmith. 



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FOSS. 

A village on the C & O Ry, in Sum- 
mers county, 1 mile from Hinton, the 
county seat and banking point. Tele- 
phone connection. Stage daily to 
Athens and Princeton. Exp, Adams. 
Mail, daily. E F Woodrum postmaster. 
Ballingee R H, stone mason, 
tiartwell G H, physician. 
Huffman G H, music teacher. 
Miller A E <& Bro. grist mill. 
Miller W R. express agent. 
Miller & McXeer, general store. 
Woodrum E F, Dairy. 
Young R A, railroad agent. 



FORT SPRING. 

Population, 146. A village on the j 
C & O Ry, in Greenbrier county, 10 i 
miles southwest of Lewisburg, tiie j 
county seat, and 6 from Alderson, the ; 
banking point. Telephone connection, i 
Stage daily to Sinks Grove, fare 50c, ; 
and Union, $1. Exp, Adams. Tel, W j 
U. R A Perry postmaster. | 

Bonden George, livery. 
Brown A M, carpenter. 
C-'impbell Nancy A, hotel. 
Godwin James W, general store. 
Huddlestun D Y, lime mnir and gen- 
eral store. 
IMichelinTfe J W, tel agent. 
Mitchell W L, exp, and r r agent. 
MurriU H C, hotel. 



FOSTER. 

Population, 300. A village in Boone 
county, 5 miles northeast of Madison, 
the county seat and banking point, 
and 20 from Marmet, its shipping 
point. Telephone connection. Exp, 
Adams. Mail, dally. G H Echols 
postmaster. 

Ballard J C, blacksmith. 
Curry W M, railroad agent. 
Doiin A J, physician. 
Dolin vVm J, justice. 
Echols G H, General Store. 
Echols L F. music teacher. 
Elkins & Dolin, general store. . 
Foster T V, justice. 
Williams A H, blacksmith. 



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FOSTER. 

A station on the B & O R R. in 
Taylor county, 6 miles west of Graf- 
ton. 



FOSTER. 

A station on the Ohio River divi- 
sion of the B & O R R. 22 miles south 
of Wheeling. 



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FOSTER CHAPEL. 
A postoffi( e in Jackson county, 8 
miles southwest of Ripley, the coun- 
ty seat and banking point, and 5 from 
Evans, the shipping point. Telephone 
ccninection. Mail, semi-weekly. J M 
Lciihey postmaster. 



Lewis R A, saw mill. 
May Taylor, saw mill. 
Rakes Floyd, blacksmith. 
Rakes Levi, blacksmith. 
Ramy Samuel, saw mill. 
Sias 11 C, general store. 
Sias James W, General Store. 
Smith Wm, constable. 
Sowards Wm B, saw mill. 
Victor & Adams, saw mill. 
Waters John, saw mill. 






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FOUNTAIN SPRING. 
A country postoffice in Wood coun- 
ty. 11 miles south of Parkersburg, 

the county seat, banking and shipping 
point. Mail, daily. J C Kimes post- 
master. 

Cooper Simon, feed mill. 
Deem H C, mason. 
Dpom H N, lawyer. 
I'pein T J, physician. 
Graham D N, live stock. 
Kimes J C, General Store. 
Kimes W. blacksmith. 
Meyer C A. m.usic teacher. 
Rul>!e J V/. carpenter. 
Rui)le N B, shoemaker. 
Rul)le W H, justice. 
Taylor C E. general store. 



FOWLER KNOB. 

A country postoffice in Nicholas 
county. 10 miles south of Summers- 
viile the county seat, and 16 from 
Lookout, its nearest shipping poinL 
Mail, daily. S H Odell postmaster. 

Backus B F, general store. 

Dotson P K, miller. 

Groves Washington, live stock. 

Haynes N M. miller. 

Moore Bros, general store. 

Odell F H, constable. 

Odell F L. notary. 

Odell Grant, General Store. 

Odell J A. carpenter. 

Odell L C, shoemaker and blacksmith, 

Odell P H, justice. 

Odell Tobias, wagon maker. 

Reynolds Rev J J (Methodist). 

Trent T W, mason. 

Wiseman J N, lawyer. 




FOURTEEN. 

A country postothce in Lincoln 
county. 22 miles south of Hamlin, the 
county seat. 48 from Huntington, the 
banking point, and 9 from Wayne, the 
sliipping point. Mail, daily. James 
W Sias. postmaster. 

Ad kins A M & Bro, general store. 
Bramer J M. general store and saw 

mill. 
B'-unl1eld Allen Jr. general store. 
Dyr^ Pleasant, blacksmith. 
Eikini^Rev Andrew (Baptist), 
FIvens E. M. saw mill. 
Frv Isaac, justice. 
Fiv J P, teacher. 



FOX. 

A- postofFice in Braxton county, 12 
miles south of Sutton, the county seat, 
banking and shipping point. Mail, 
daily. John Brown Jr, postmaster. 

Brown D B, general store. 



FOX HALL. 

A station on the B & O R R, In 
Barbour county, 20 miles south of 
Grafton . 

FOX STATION. 

In Summers county. See Brooks, 



j FRAMETOWN. 

i Population. 100. A village in Brax- 
j ton county. 16 miles southwest of Sut- 
1 ton. the county seat, banking and 
i shipping point. Telephone connec- 
i tion. Mail, daily. 



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!?M>!i'v Frank, commissioner Board of 

IMutation. 
Ks.uis Davifl. pres county court, 
l-'ra nio John H, asessor lower district. 
Civ.ii Jasper & Co, general store. 
J.trvjs F W, constable.; 
I.^'.Mier David L. overseer of the poor. 
Long Bros & Boggs, general store. 
Skitlmore C W & Co, geneial store. 



FRANK. 

A country postofrice in Putnam 
r(»unty. 23 miles south of Winfield, tne 
roimty seat, and 10. from St Albans, 
its banking and shipping point. Mail, 
tri-vveekly. A M Alford postmaster. 

Alford A M, General Store. 

Koysor <fe Co, saw mill. 

St Albans Stave & Lumber Co. 



J. C. RErLLY, Pres. H. P. HAAS, Vice Prcs. 
F. T. LAUIINGER, Sec'y and Treas. 

FREEHOLD REAL ESTATE COMPANY, 

334 Fourth Avenue, 

1st Floor Times BIdo., Pittsburg. Pa. 
DIRECTORS: 

J. 0. Gallery, M. K. McMuIlin, J. C. Reilly. L. Viisack, 
Charles Donnefly, W. V. Gallery. D. A. Reed. H.P.Haas. 
Transacts all Kinds of Real Estate. 






FRANKFORD. 

Populatin, 250. An incorporated 
town in Greenbrier county, 10 miles 
northeast of I.ewisburg, the county 
sf^at and banking town, and 4 from 
.Nnthony. on the C & O Ry, its ship- 
I-iug station. Telephone connection, 
stage daily to Lewisburg, fare $1, and 
Spring Creek, 35c. Exp, Adams. Tel. \ Bolton I E, clerk of courts. 



furniture factory, a woolen mill and a 

: weekly newspaper, the South Branch 

Review. Telephone connection. Stage 

daily to Harrisonburg, Va, fare $2.50. 

! Byron Boggs postmaster. 

; Anderson F, live stock. 

I Anderson Frank, cashier Farmers 

\ Bank of Pendleton. 

i Anderson \V B, live stock. 

Anderson & Boggs. flour mill. 
; Blizzard W J, shoemaker. 

Boggs I P, live stock. 

Boggs M K & Co, General Store. 
■ Boggs .Mason, live stock. 

L>oggs Preston, physician. 

Boggs W -M, live stock. 



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j Bowman & McClure, general store. "~ 

} Bowers L E carpenter. Se ^*1^^ 



Byrd Bros, flour mill. 



Briglit J F. justice. 

Fitzgerald John H, hotel. , ^ ^ ^^ principal of schools. ^ ^ 

Heshman S I exp, r r and tel agent. ^ ^> ^^^^^^^ ^^ ^^ (^^ .^i^ « ^ 

Hanna C H, General Store. , Campbell W A. live stock. S ^ 

Hanna E A, general store. : Pri-ler lohn A hotel -c SO 

K..rshner W L, blacksmith and lawyer | ^^^ ^^ Macksmi'th. ^ ^ -ri 



Kiucaid James R, physician. 
McClung L E, general store. 
Haymond E F, physician. . 
Kuper L D, physician. 
Itvissell Yi A & Co, general store. 
Shields T W, hardware and drugs. 
Woodward J R, harness. 



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In Mineral county. See Alaska. 



FRANKLIN. 

Population, 400. An incorporated 
^<'wn, the county seat of Pendleton 
county. 250 miles southeast of Wheel- 
inrT, near Uie center of the county, 42 
niiies from Harrisonburg, Va., on the 
ii & O R R, the shipping point. Has a 
i'ank. Methodist and Presbyterian 
churches, a tannery, a i)laning mill, a 



, Daugherty J H, live stock. 

i Davis George W, sheriff. 

i Davis .Tames O, tanner. 

! Davis W W, shoemaker. 

I Dyer O, physician. 

I Evick Pleasant, harness maker 

i Farmers Bank of Pendleton, 

I Anderson cashier. to»"* 

I Fisher I N, barber. ^^ CCJ 

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Boggs. Frank Anderson). ^^^ — .- 

HamnuT Benjamin S, stone mason. ^S • 5^ 
Harold .John T, live stock. Zi^ SO 

Hedrick & Bolton, General Store. g3 

Hiner B H. lawyer. g 

Hodges M S. lawyer. « 

Johnson I C. physician. m„ 

Johnson Samuel B, physician. ?" 

' Judv \V H, shoemaker. 



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Kee .[ \\\ live stock. 

Kiser G L. teacher. 

Lee Cnarles E, carpenter. 

Luckens Ashby. shoemaker. 

^VlcC'lure .John, general store. 

2v[cCoy .John, live stock. 

AlcC'oy Wm. ]av\-yer. 

?.Iar'^haii \V B, carpenter. 

Martin A A, Publisher South Branch 

RevieAv. 
]\Ioonian Frederick, physician. 
r^Ioyers James E. justice. 
Priest S j.- . woolen mill. 
Priest S P i^-- Son«, planing mill. 
Priest T H, mayor. 
Priest Thomas H, cabinet maker. 
Riddle Isaac C, tanner and meats. 
Robertson Rev Ivanhoe (Presbyterian) 
Rood Rev J A (Methodist). 
Simpson Charles, constable. 
Skidmore .Joseph C, harness maker. 
Smith P C, live stock. 
South Branch Review, A A Martin 

Piioiisher. 
Taylor WE, jeweler. 
Tnackcr R I^, dentist. 



Orantsville, the county seat and bank- 
ing point, and 7 from McFarland, its 
shipping point. Mail, tri-weekly. John 
_ Freed postmaster. 

Freed John C, general store. 
Gaines I A. general store. 
Snyder Wm, justice. 



FREEMAN. 
On the N & W Ry, in Mercer county, 
2G miles west of Princeton, the coun- 
ty seat, and 1 from Bramwell, the 
nearest bank location. Exp, Southern. 
Tel, W^ U. Sydney M Blanton post- 
master. 

Blanton Sydney M, Meats, 
Booth-Bowen Coal & Coke Co. 
Hale James E, general store. 
Peters W J, general store. 



FREEMANSBURG. 
Population. lOU. A village in Lewis 
county, 7 miles north of Weston, the 
county seat, banking and shipping 
point. Telephone connection. Mail, 
daily. C N Robinson postmaster. 

Freemansburg Milling Co (R H Hall, 

Clark White, C N Robinson). 
Hall E T W, physician. 
Halterman Rev A C (U B). 
Kemper John W. blacksmith. 
Lovett J B, justice. 
Robinson Co, general store. 



FRA21ERS BOTTOM. 

Population. 2iMt. A landing on the 
Great Kanawha river, in Putnam coun- 
t\, <i miles v^-est of Winliold. the coun- 
ty seat, and banking town, and 1 from 
^Midway, the shipping point. Mail, 
daily. A G McCoy postmaster. 

Byns G ^l. justice. 
Frazier Albert, carpenter. 
Frazier J K, Genera! Store. 
Glenn J H, carpenter. 
Lovejoy R L. blacksmith. 
I\IcCoy A G. general store. 
y^)vvsey J H. physician. 
Young Wm. mill. 



FREED. 

In Calhoun county, S miles north of . 



FREEPORT. 

Population, 100. In Wirt county, 10 
miles northeast of Elizabeth, the cotm- 
ty seat and banking point. 21 from 
Parkersburg. and 5 south of Walker, 
the nearest shipping station. Mail, 
daily. W'illiam H Sharpnack post- 
master. 

Bee Elson. blacksmith. 
Cain G B, hotel. 
Collum Josepli W, carpenter. 
Collum John W, carpenter. 
Huffman Lawrence. carp<^nter. 
Jower James, justice. 
Marshall R C, General Store. 
Pribble & Darnell, grist mill. 
Sharpnack Wm, teacher. 
Trout Charles, hotel. 

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FRENCH CREEK. 
\]-.n Uiiowu as Meadville. Popula- 
'. -i H'. A village in Upshur county, 

'.;, iMi!"-^ soiiLhwest of Buckhannon, 
M- «n;iti(y scat, banking and shippin?^- 
i,..;nt. 'l^l.'pliDne connection. Mail. 
'lAiiy. H !• Diruall postmaster. 

H^fii N V, joweler. 

Ufiidv- W 1' S, coal operator. 

«:n^ri-M.n M S. teacher. 

}'m'.oI...s F E, fruit giower. 

t Iar<nc'^ S, hotel. 

ri a^sn-x^r T R, blacksmith. 

<N>i*'rJd<T Roy, teacher 

c\ii. rid<T \V A. harness maker. 

D.4rn.iil H B, Barber. 

ti'iti!,! Mar.-hall, Hour mUl. 

Htf!:»r rl .[. live stock. 

K'.'tniH-r i* A, physician. 

!,;!!.-''-r A N. general store. 

McCoy Sisters, milliners. 

Mnr^^'an & Rohrbaugh, milliners. 

raire A 1). saw mill. 

]'Ai:>^ (• C. furniture and undertaker. 

r^-i.itps A: Smallridge, flour mill. 

k. \rua ! I V. hotel. 

u. \n.ail P O. carpenter. 

Sr*ton &, Talbot, General Store. 

' ■■ 't! L R. saw mill. 

'■• '-^ '■ .f K, blacksmith. 

■' ■ -^ «^ '\V. justice and carpenter. 

•• ■^•■■■l I 1'. carpenter. 

- '^r,} H [.]_ carpenter. 

■^ ■fKK.ve M P, flour mill. 



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New. STEtl RAILS. Belaying. 

Wrought Iron, Steel, Cast Iron Pipe. 
AGEXTS CIIAPMAX GA TE VALVKS. 

Cold F^oMed Shafting. 

All Kinds of Iron and Stt-el Castii\«s. 

FARMERS BANK BUILDING, 

PITTSBURGH. 



FRENCHVILLE. 
Mercer county. See Oakvale. 



FRENCHTON. 

In Tpshur county, 13 miles south- 
^'^Hi f,f Huckhannon, the county seat, 
■.inv;ir,ir and shipping point. Tele- 
|0...n*' connection. Mail, daily. W E 
Vv iS-'^n p')stmaster. 



FREW. 

Population, 50. A village in Tyler 
counLv, 5 miles east of Middiobourne, 
the county seat and banking poiui, 
and io iiom tjistersvilie, the nearesi 
shipping point. leiepnone connec- 
tion, i^aily stage to bisiersvilie and 
Pennsboro, fare ^1. Mali, daily. E A 
Smith postmaster. 

Anderson H W, blacksmith. 
Anderson i' D, cooper. - 
Daliison &. Son, leea and lumber, 
tomitii Anthony live stock, 
smith ijavid, hotel. 
bmith E A, General Store, 
smitii F A, painter. 
Smith J M, painter. 
Smith J W, live stock. 
Smith Jacob, caipenter. 
Smitn L A, dairy. 

Smith limothy <i Co, grain and live 
- stock. 

Smith Wm., live stock. 
WeeKiey A, general store. 
Weekiey F M, grocer. 



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FRIARS HILL. 

A country postoitice in Greenbrier 
county, 18 miles north of Lewisburg, 
tiie county seat and banking point, 
aiid 6 from Falling Spring, the ship- 
ping point. Mail, daily. J A Mc- 
j.vxiiiio]i postmaster. 

Dancy J W, general store, 
iiandiy & Williams, general store. 
Fi'inna R E, grain and live stock. 
Ivicl^'errin S A, physician. 
^McMillion H P, blacksmith. 
tvJcMillion IVirs Lizzie, Hotel. 
McMiliioii Marceilus, carpenter. 
Morrison .John, shoemaker. 
Williams Bolivar, barber. 



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FRIENDLY. 

Population. 400. An incorporated 
town on tlie Ohio river and on the 
Ohio River division of the B & O R 
R, in Tyler county, 12 miles west of 
^Middlebourne, the county seat. It 
contains a flour mill, a bank and 
:vIetho(iist Protectant and Christian 
churches. Telephone connection. 
Exp, Adams. Tei, W V. J C Hay 5 
postmaster. 

Ash W W, general store, 

first National Bank, E L Morgan 
assl cashier. 

Friendly Hotel, Robert Williams pro- 
prietor. 

Friendly Milling Co, flour mill. 

Hays J C, Grocer. 

Henry George \V. blacksmith. 

Hitchcock C B, physician. 

Livingston & Miller, men's furnish- 
ings. 

Melott & Allen, livery and feed. 

Monroe A M, oils. 

N(^ster George, exp, r r and tei agt. 

Parks J J, livery and feed. 

Sellers E jN[, physician, 

Shingleton J B, general store, 

Shriver J M. justice. 

Smith A T, general store. 

Stewart A L, hardware. 

Thorn & Son, undertakers and furni- 
ture. 

Unipleby .J H. confectioner. 

Williams Robert, propr Friendly Ho- 
tel. 

Williamson Mrs E K, milliner. 

Williamson F E. oil producer. 

VvTlliamson ,] L & F. K. boat builders 
and carpenters. 



FRISCO. 

In Marion county, 12 miles south- 
east of Fairmont, the county seat and 



FROST. 

Population. 50. In Pocahontas 
county, 191,^ miles east of Marlinton, 
the county seat and banking point, 
and 12 from Forrest, on the Green- 
brier division of the C & O Ry, the 
shipping point. Telephone connec- 
tion. Mail, daily, O B Sharp post- 
master. 

Dupperd Clay, blacksmith. 

Hook M E, general store, 

Jackson J W, hotel. 

Jordan J M, physician. 

Sharp O B. Notary and Carpenter, 

Sponaugh Rev W G C^I E). 



FROZENCAMP. 
Population. 25. A postofhce in 
Jackson county. 10 miles east of Rip- 
ley, the county seat, banking and 
shipping point, IMail, daily, Charles 
G Duke postmaster, 

Atkins F, grain. 

Brown O J, grain, 

Casto C C. grain. 

Conley James, grain. 

Duke Charles G, General Store. 

Duke J W, hotel. 

Hyre John, grain. 

Jones Ralph, grain. 

Knopp David, grain. 

Knopp H F, grain. 

McVey Charles, barber. 

Parsons J A, grain. 

Parsons Ij D, grain. 

Parsons E M, grain. 

Parsons Meril, surveyor. 

Parsons T F, grain. 

Rowley William, grain, 

Seeman Will, miller. 

Tiny H S, blacksmith. 



FRY. 

Population, 50. A village in Kana- 
wha county, 11 miles northwest of 
Charleston, the county seat and bank- 
ing point, and 5 from Raymond City, 
its shipping point. Mail, tri-weekly. 
P W Brick postmaster. 

Anderson C E, grist mill. 







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AND IMPORTERS. 

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tj-.ck P- W, General Store, Notary and 

i■,ia^■K.^lllilil. 

rnu^rs C }5, lumber mnfr. 

i* i.linru', Mrs Hester, general store. 

K-.Iiry Greely, grist mill. 



PHONES, WELL 810 COURT. 

P. ifc A. 701 xU. 



FUCCY. 

A station on the Holly River & Ad- 
at^oji Hy, in Braxton county, 7 miles 
itorth of Palmer Junction. 



FUDGES CREEK. 

lN>j)ulation, 2:)0. A postoffice in Ca- 

\:>-\\ county. 24 miles east of Hunting- 

t<»n. the county seat and banking 

|H)int, and 4^2 from Ona. the shipping 

j-niat. Mail, daily. Andrew L Beckett 

ivntvt master. 

H:uley H. general store. 

Beckett Andrew L, Medicine and Sta- 
tionery. 

H«Hk<-it L C. general store. 

Hraley M F, photographer. 

<'hapman & Co, grist mill. 

K«41ure Joseph, lumber mnfr. 

H«-l]er Henry, live stock. 

liriisley Rev J P (U B.) 

Miirkin Rev J M (Baptist) 
store. 

.Maxwell Bros & Wagner. 
stave and railroad tie mnfrs. 

Morrison E S, music teacher. 

NiclK.las W E, blacksmith. 

lo-ynolds Isaiah, carpenter. 

-^ariiiers H E, teacher. 

.-iuders J H, lumber and grist mill 

zanders R L. lawyer. 

Smith Rev J M (Baptist). 

Weaver Rev W J (Baptist). 



WM.J.WEIXEL, % 

Broker in Oil, Gas, Coal and Timber ^ 

Lands. Real Estate and Mortgages. | 

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FURNACE. 

A country postofFice in Mineral 

county, 18 miles southeast of Keyser, 

I the county seat and banking point. 

; and 15 from Romney, the shipping 

I point. Mail, daily. 

! GAD. 

1 Population. 100. A village in Nich- 
j olas county, 5 miles south of Sum- 
! mersville. the county seat and bank- 
I ing point, and 21 from Belva, its 
shipping point. J H Bailes postmas- 
ter. 



general \ Bailes John H, general store. 

; Brown H &, Son, wagon makers. 
i Brown Harrison, feed mill. 
I Brown T C, teacher. 
I Uotson J J, teacher. 
I Dotson J L. carpenter, 
j E wings G E. carpenter. 

McCutcheon Bros, flour mill. 

Maloney M J, constable. 








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Population, 137. A country post- (/-, 



of Buckhannon. the county seat and H. 
Monroe i ii^-arest bank locarion. and 6V2 from 2 









ounty, 



miles southwest of Union, | Newlon, the nearest shipping point 



ibe f'ounty seat and banking point, j 
and IS from Ft Spring, the shipping j 
I "int. Mail, daily. I 

Ki'^inger J W & Co, general store. j 



Telephone connection. 



Mail, dally. 



Stillman Young postmaster. 

Lee E E. carpenter. 
Louj^ A D, blacksmith. 

PhiHi{)s Sidney, saddlemaker. 
Taylor A R, justice. 



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FULTON. 

Population. 700. A suburb of Wheel- | ^'>ung L C. notary. 
inu-. is situated on Wheeling creek : Young Rev S tUlman, G eneral Store. 
<»fsd on the Wheeling <fe Elm Grove i rAi 1 ptim 

r.iijnjad, a motor line extending from! , GALLETIN. 

Wh-,dnig to Wheeling Park. A spe- ; Population, ib. A village in Marion 
Msi carrier is proviiled and delivers I ^'^^'"O", 1»; miles northwest of Fair 
'^'.nil fnun the post.;thce in Wheeling. : ni^^t, tiie county seat. 4^,, trom Anios. </^ /^^l 
«^i wlii/h it is a station. ' ^^^^^ banking point and i trom Man- • '•"' '^ 







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niii^ij^ion. the '.looiest shipping puint. 
Mail l:.y special supply. 3 \Y Jack- 
son postmaster and genera] store. 

GALMISH. 

A station on the West Virginia 
Short Line division of the 13 »^ O R 

R. in Wetzel county, ly] miies south- 
east of New Marcins\ille. 



GAMCCA. 
Population, IZO. A mining lou-n on 
the C & O Ry, in Fayette county, 20 
miles northwest of Fayetteville, the 
county seat, and 8 from .Montgomery, 
the banking point. Telephone con- 
nection. Exp, Adams. ^lyron G 
Campbell postmaster. 

Echols S H, carpentei. 
Elliott T H, physician. 
Gamoca Coal Co. 
Humphreys L, justice. 
Willson C T, express agent. 



GANDEEVILLE. 

■ Population, 12.'.. A village in Roano 
county, 9 miles south of Spencer, the 
county seat, banking and :5hipping 
point. Telephone connection. Mail, 
daily. Euos Johnson postmaster. 

Blossei R C, machinist. 
Greathouse A J, teamster. 
Hammack W W. jewele)'. 
Hinzman A G, sheriff. 
Ifusk John, blacksmith. 
Johnson Enos & Co, Lumber Manu- 
facturers and General 8t )re. 
Kee F A, teacher. 
Lanson G P, live stock, 
Lee \Viilir;m, constable. 
Lough Rev G H. 
Lowe H C. carpenter. 
Ix}we W C, live stock. 
:Marks C J, live stock 



Marks P F, teacher. 

Marks W C, teacher. 

Rader A C, teacher. 

Rader L A, physician. 

Snodgrass J K, music teachei 

Snodgrass Mrs, music teachei. 

Wilson T N, hotel. 

Wilson & Greathouse, General Store. 



GANOTOWN. 

Population, 40. A village in Berk- 
eley county, 13 miles southwest or 
Martinsburg, the county seat and 
banking town, and 8 from Inwood, it.^ 
nearest shipping point. Telephone 
connection. Mail, daily. E B Ket- 
tering postmaster. 

De Harven Galusha, carpenter. 

De Harven Smith, cider mnfr and flor.r 

mill. 
Kettering E B, Genera! Store. 
Ketering.J W & Bro. general store. 
Kettering T K <^ E B, lumber. 
Slonaker David, saw mill. 



GAP MILLS. 

Population, 100. A village in Mon- 
roe county, 9 miles east of Union, the 
county seat and banking point, and IT 
from Ronceverte, the nearest shippia^; 
point. Telephone connection. Mail, 
daily. George W Arthur postmaster. 
Arthur George W, General Store. 
Bates J A, harness maker. 
Beckner M A, hotel. 
Blankenship W T, flour mill. 
Campbell John, saw mill. 
Campbell John C, live stock. 
Gilchrist M. lawyer. 
Helems Thomas, mason. 
Keenon Bros & Co, general store. 
McGuire T L, carpenter. 
Miller Richard, blacksmith. 
Miller J O. justice. 
Neel A G„ live stock. 
Neel Arthur, saw mill. 
Neel H A, live stock. 
Neol J M, fruit. 

Neel Mrs Robert J, music teachei. 
Pharr Dion C, physician. 
Pyne :\rrs S M, hotel. 
Reed J M. flour mill. 
Rowan John W, live stock. 
Teass Robert, flour mill. 
Teass & Hughes, flour milk 
Vanstavern J F, fruit grower, 
Voss J F, mason. 



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Siar Rig Reel & Supply Co. 

Clarksburg, W. Va, 



Manufacturers of OAK. MAPLE AND 

PuPLAR FLOORING, SIDING. MOULD- 
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CUSTOM TtiRNiNG. RE-SAWING AND 
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GARFIELD. 

In Jackson county, ]5 miles north- 
rast of Ripley, the county seat, 15 
from Kavenswood, the banking point, 
■\iu] 4 from Leroy Station, its ship- 
j.ini: point. Daily mail stage to Le 
yry Station. C. E. Mason postmaster 

Hratton C C, live stock. 
Mason C E, General Store and To- 
bacco Jacker. 
<)n F W, blacksmith. ' 

Smith J W, tobacco. | 

V'anfossen J C, physician. j 

Wilkinson E T, tobacco. I 



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GARLAND. 

A postcffice in Barbour county. 8^/^ 
]!iiies southeast of Philippi, the coun- 
ty seat, and 5V2 from Belington, the 
banking and shipping point. Mail tri- 
weekly. 



GARNET. 

A postoffice on the C & O Ry. in 
Kanawha county, 6 miles south of 
'"harlci^ton, tlie county seat and bank- 
ing point, and IVg from Carkin, the 
shipping point. 

F.ane R H & Son, general store. 



GASTON. 

Population, 150. A settlement on 
the B & O R R, in Lewis county, 5 
miles southeast of Weston, the coun- 
ty seat and banking poinr. Telephone 
conneccion. L L Sniich :?ostoiaster. 

Berry J T, blacksmith. 
Boram J N, planing mill. 
Bcram Ora, carpenter. 
Chidester W \', justice and notary. 
Forinash Sc Clearinger, hardware. 
Nester Rev J H (M Pj. jew^eler. 
Peterson Newton, saw mill. 
Smitii L L. Genera! Store. 
Vaudervort E Vi. exp and r r agent. 
Vincent Rev J I (M P.) 
Whotzel W L, wagon manufacturer 
and carpenter. 



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GARRETT'S BEND. 
A county postoffice in Lincoln coun- 
ty. 17 miles east of Hanalin, the coun- 
ly .'H-at, and 11 south oi: SL Albans, on 
Mio C & O Ry, its shipping and bank- 
ing point. Mail daily. A J Banks 
postmaster. 

Banks A J & Co, General Store. 
Hird H J. blacksmith. 
<"handlor Henry, watchmaker 
King K H, saw mill. 
J-'^ftis Charles, constable. 

Nichoies .7, saw mill. 
Shilling P, constable. 
Thompson A R. m.usic teacher. 
'•"j<'r M A, justice, 
'^^'ilmer L J, physician. 



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station on the Piney 



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branch of the C & O Ry, in Raleigh © 
county, 3 miles south of Prince. 



GATES. 

Population, 100. A village in T^Ion- ^ 
roe county, 4 miles southeast of|^ 
Union, the county seat and banking % 
point, and IS from Ronceverte. the % 
shipping point. Telephone connection J 
Mail tri-weekly. T H Shires post- ^ 
master and general store. s" 



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GARY, 

A farmhouse postofhce in Webster 
•^'"'nty. !♦: niiles northeast of Webster 
>'>r{nu-<, Hi.-, county seat. Mail semi- 
-vokiy. Moore Hamrick postmaster. 



GATEWOOD. 3 

Population. 3^0. A village in Fay- g 
ette county, 5 miles from Fayetteville, i" 
the county seat and banking point, -^ 
and" 21-2 from Sevvell, the shipping s 
point. Mail daily. PI L Rodes post- ~ 
master. K 

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Akers John & Son. saloon. I, 

Deegan & Hurt, saloon. K 

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Hood J W, mason. 
Jeffries Wm H. book agent. 
IMcAvoy C F. live stock. 
McAvoy J W, live stock. 
Rodes James, general store. 
Rodes M B & Son. General Store. 
Sanger J F, live srock. 
Simpson C A c% Son, carpenters. 
Summerfielrl \V W, carpenter. 
Withrow S D, general store. 



GATH. 

A country postoffice in Marion coun- 
ty, 7 miles east of Fairmont, the 
county seat, banl;ing and shipping 
point. Mail rri-xveekly. James R 
Morris postmaster and general store. 



GAULEY BRIDGE. 

Population. 5(Ht. A village on the 
Kanawha river at the junction of the 
Gauley and X^nv rivers, and on the 
C & O and K .t M Rys (Ohio Central 
Lines), in Fayette county, 1.5 miles 
northwest of Fayetteville, the county 
seat, and 12 from Montgomery, the 
nearest banking point. Telephone 
connection. Stage daily to Belva, 
farf' 2.1c, Lockwood $1. and Summers- 
villo $2. Exp, Adams and U S. W 
H McVey postmaster. 

Canley C A, saloon. 
Elliott F H. physician. 
Green Rush, barber. 
Haldren B P, saw mill. 
Hill W H. real estate. 
Humphreys E J. justice. 
Johnson Wm H, carpenter. 
Kincaid E D, livery. 
Kincaid Wm, ferryman. 
King Lewis N, hotel. 
King &: Diamond, coal. 
Lynchbnri^h Colliery, coal miners and 
shippeis. 



McArthur Neil, hotel. 

McVey Wm H, Contractor and Builder 

and Grocer. 
Miller Bros, furniture. 
Miller James H Jr. general store. 
^Tiller R H, lawyer. 
Nutter Rev F M (M E Sotith). 
Rader A F. hotel. 
Sharp C C, real estate. 
Shelton Mrs Augusta, hotel. 
Snowden P A, telephone agent. 
Starbuck G, grist mill. 
Sutton & Gil)scn, ice dealers. 
^Thomas W D, express agent. 
Vanbuskirk T S, shoemaker. 
Walker J D. meats. 
Wilson Altmiintmi Co. 
Wilson C T, r r agent. 



GAY. 

Population, 100. A village in Jack- 
son county, 12 miles from Ripley, the 
county seat, banking and shipping 
point. Mail daily. 

Thomas B F & Co. general store. 



GAYMONT. 
Population, 200. A village on the 
C & O Ry, in Fayette county, 7 miles 
north of Fayetteville, the county seat 
and banking point, and 41 from 
Charleston. Telephone connection. 
Exp. Adams. H B Clarkson postmas- 
ter. 

Childress S E, Accountant. 

Clarkson H B, supt New Castle Coal 

Co. 
Dent T J, general store. 
Goodman Mrs Henry, teacher. 
New Castle Coal Co. 
Pendleton P B, physician. 
Wood Johnson, secretary. 
Wood W F, blacksmith. 



GAZIL. 

Population, 100. In Kanawha coun- 
ty. 22 miles east of Charleston, the 
county seat, banking and shipping 
point. Mail tri-weckly. Fred A Ken- 
dall postmaster. 

Kendall Fred A, Live Stock. 
Procto)- M S. live stock. 
Strieker .lohu, carpenter. 



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Assoc. Am. Soc. C. E, 

CHARLESlO^,W. VA. 



Civil and Mining Engineer. 

Surveys, Estimates, Construction, Reports, f^aps. 



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HUNTINGTON, W. VA 

GEN AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



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GENTRY. 

A recently established postoffice i"i 
luaxfon county. 



GEORGE TOWN. 

Marshall county. See Nuss. 



GEORGETOWN. 

Population, 70. In Monongalia 
co'.inry. OVg miles southwest of Mor- 
i;:nito\vn, the county seat and banking 
IK, lilt, and ZV2 from Opekiska. the 
-uippini; point. Telephone connection. 
Mail, daily. W L McElroy postmaster. 
.\rnott I E, justice. 
H;ikor C, blacksmith, 
(kirkor Z M d: Sons, flour mill, 
[{♦■nry Elroy. teacher. 
VicElroy W L. General Store. 
Miller O W, Live Stock. 
Mi Ms J. carpenter and painter. 
.\-oly N Jr. jeweler, 
i'raft George, wagon manufacturer, 
f'ratt M C, shoemaker. 
n<)l)y A S, harness. 
Scotr W C. carpenter. 
Strwart C, dentist. 
Stewart W, physician. 



GEHO. 

Population, 50. A postoffice in Cal- 
houn county. 12 miles s.outliwest of 
Grantsville. the county seat, and 13 
from Spencer, the banking and ship- 
ping point. Mail by special supply. 
W K Sapp postmaster. 

Hickman G B, teamster. 
Louther J R, silversmith. 
Roberts E F, lawyer. 
Sansom Rev W A. 
Seaman C D, saw mill. 
Wright E, lawyer. 



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GEORGIE. 1 

Population, 40. In V, ood county. IS ; 
miles from Parkersburg. the county 
^^'-at and shipping point, and 12 from 
ICIi/abeth, the banking point. Mail 
daily. I 

("aid well H H, general store. , 

t'arson J C, general store. ; 

Florence E E. general store. I 



GEM. 

Population, cO. The postoffice at 
Coger starion, on the B & O R R, in 
Braxton county. 16 miles north of Sut- 
ton, the county seat and banking 
point. Telephone connection. Exp, 
U S and B .t O. Tel, W U. John I 
Bender postmaster. 

Bender John I, General Store. 
Dennison R D. blacksmith. 
iDeramore S H, blacksmith. 
Hutchison H B, fur dealer. 
Hutchison & McCoy, general store, , 
Maulsby A G, r r and exp agent. 
Smith Bros, hotel. 



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GERMAN. 
A postoffice in Braxton county. 13 
miles northwest of Surtou, the county 
-*^»'at. banking point and nearest ship- 
piui.": point. Telephone connection. 
Mail daily. C L Engel postmaster 
and live stock. 



GENEVA. 

A country postoffice in Roane coun- 
ty. 15 miles southwest of Spencer, the 
county seat and banking point, and 17 
from Ripley, the shipping point. Mail 
daily. 

Westfall G, general store. 



GENOA. 

Population. 250. A village on the 
N & W Ry, in Wayne county, 10 
miles from Wayne, the county seat 
and banking point. D V Copley post- 
master. 



GERRARDSTOWN. Endicott & Watts, general store. 

p:p'iIation. .?•;>(). A village in Ber- ' Feriruson E B, music teacher. 
k''l<y county, lo miles from :\Iarlins- McCoy & Walker, giMst and saw mill. 
■•"J"g. !hc county sear and nearest Thompson A J, carpenter, 
banking point, and 2% from Inwood. Thompson Emcrv, physician. 
ns nearest shipping point. A weekly Thompson Rev L F. 
r''w.<paper, the Times, is published, i Walker James, blacksmith. 
- •-nii-tl.-ijiy stacre to Inwood, fare 15c. Wallcer Jarrett. car{)enter. 
'.barics L Crim postmaster. 1 Webb J M. grist and saw mill. 



! Wilson Henry, music teacher. 



Seals, 
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Soiip Dies. 



Pannier Bros, Stamp Co. 

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Bali C W. biack-miih. 
Carrer James P, pi'iysician. 
Carter Mabel, niu-^ic teacher. 
Collis B J. harnes?maker. 
Criin Charles L. General Store. 
Crim George, carpenter. 
Crirn L F, wae-'in maker. 
Daniels G \V, physician. 
Gordon W E, painter and cooper. 
Griffiths D s' <Sr Co. general store. 
Groff G W, prodnce. 
rvIcBride John H, justice. 
McCormac Richard, blacksmith. 
^.IcFillin Pc F, ma^cn. 
Miller J M, fruit grower. 
Miller D G, music reacher. 
Morgan J B. General Store and Pub- 
lisher The Times. 
^Morgan Morgan, physician. 
Shepherd W P, liverv. 
Shipper J H. physician. 
Simpson John, carpenter. 
Smith Warner, butcher. 
Thompson J D, mason. 
Thompson J "S\". shof.^maker. 
Times The, J B Morgan Publisher. 
White Rev R A (Presbyterian.) 
Wiest John M, general store. 
Wiley John B, physician. 



Morgan P J, carpenter. 
Shrewsbury L C, General Store. 
Sweeney W J. veterinary surgeon. 



GIATTO. 

Ponulation, fiO. A village in Mercer 
Tounty, 16 miles northwest of Prince- 
ton the county seat and hanking 
point, and 6 from Cephas, its shipping 
point. Telephone connection. Mail. 
rlaily. E E McComas postmaster. 
Ash worth & Bailey, general store. 
Kinzer ^t Bailey, general store. 
IVlcComas E E, General Store. 
Smith J M, physician. 
Stinson Fred, saloon. 



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GHENT, 

A pcstoffice in Raleigh county, IG^.b 
miles from Beckley, the county seat 
and banking point, and I'-l from Ra- 
leigh, the shipping point. L C 
Shrewsbury postmaster. 

Bryant Rev R A (Baptist.) 
Griffith George, lumber manufacturer. 
Griffitli il A, blacksmith. 
Lilly David, lawyer. 
Tilly J E, blacksmith. 
Lilly Simeon, grist mill. 
^McCrinnis W O, socroiary school board 
and teacher. 



GIBSON. 

Population. o5.. A village in Plea'?- 
gnts county, 5 miles from St. Mary',-^. 
the county seat, banking and shipping 
point. Telephone connection. IMail, 
daily. C D ITack(^thorn postmaster. 
Hackethorn C D, General Store. 
Hardy A A, saw mill. 
Oliver George W. general store. 
Ro])inson Joseph, live stock. 

GIBSONS MILL. 

The postoffice for a farming com- 
munity in P'ayette county, 24 miles 
southeast of Fayetteviile, the county 
seat and banking point. Mail, tri- 
weekly. John T Gibson postmaster. 
Benry Joseph, coal operator. 
Burnette Charles, blacksmith. 
Ford W L general store. 
Gibson J L, supt, 

Goddard Charles, lumber inspector. 
Jones J C. teamster. 
Martin J L, meats. 
Pannill Jerry, coal inspector. 
Peters John, meats. 
Smith — , physician. 



GIFFIN. 

A station on the Holly Riv^er & Ad- 
dison Ry, m Braxton county, 21 
miles north of Palmer Junction. 



GILBERT. 
A country postoffice in Mingo coun- 
ty, 35 miles southeast of Williamson, 
the county seat and banking point, 
and 10 from Wharncdifte. its shipping 
point. Mail, daily. Mrs Loventia 
StatTord postmaster. 



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Farhn- H, physician. 

.Morgan. Kilo & Co, saw mill. 

s;i;ifiiT(l F S, mill. 

StatTonI I T. blacksmith. 

St UTord .7 S P. justice. 

Stafford J W, General Store. 

Tront Alexander, general store. 



GILBOA. 

A country pnstoffice in Nicholas 
connly, 6 miles west oi" Summersville, 
the county seat and banking point, 
nnd 19 I'roni Beiva. on the C ^' O Ry, 
the shipping point. Telephone con- 
nection. Stage daily to Gauley Bridge, 
fare $1.50. Mail, daily. A M Stephen- 
son postmaster. 

Ochiltree Rev J M (M E). 
Shelton H H. physician. 
Stephenson A M, General Store 
Vanliabler Mathias, grist miil. 



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And the Canadian-Australian 
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AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND. 
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interesting countries mailed free on application. 

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GILKERSON. 

A country postoffice in Wayne 
county, 12 miles east of Wayne, the 
county seat and banking point. Mail, 
tri-weekly. I A Doss postmaster. 

Adkins H B, justice. 



GiP. 
A recently established postoffice in 
Braxton county. 28 miles from Sutton, 
the county seat and shipping point, 
and 30 from Spencer, the banking 
point. 



GILLESPE. 

A station on the B & O R R. in 
Braxton county. P O name is Hyer. 



GILLIAM, 

On the N fe W Rv. in McDowell 
Ci)unty, 1.^ miles east of Welch, the 
county seat. Bramwell is the nearest 
banking point. Exp, Southern. 

Gilliam Coal & Coke Co, general store. 



GILLOOLY. 

Population. 40. A village in Lewis 
ft>unty. 9 miles southwest of Weston, 
Mio coimty seat, banking and ship- 
5'ing point. Telephone connection. 
Stage daily to Weston, fare 90c. Mail, 
daily, p F Gillooly postmaster. 

Collins .Tohn, grain, 
^'iillosi'ie saw mill. 

Giliooly P F, General Store and Jus- 
tice. 
Mulvaney James, blacksmith. 



GIRTA. 

A postoffice in Ritchie county, 22 
miles southwest of Harrisville. the 
county seat, and 7 from Elizabeth, 
the banking and shipping point. 
Mail, tri-vy-eekly. J M Nutter post- 
master. . 

Banner Moats, miller. 

Ilarn & Co, saw mill. 

Lewis AV M & Co. general store. 

Matson James E, general store. 

Nutter G H & J M general store. 

Nutter J M, Justice. 



GILMAN. 

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GIVEN. 

Population, 300. A village in Jack- 
son county, '.t miles southwest of Rip- 
ley, ttie (ounty scat, shipping and 
banking point. Telephone connec- 
tion. Mail, daily. H O Casto post- 
master. 

Holies W E, carpenter. 
Casto ED., music teacher. 
Casto G R, grist mill. 
French B. carpenter. 
Hill I W, general store. 
Kossel J E, physician. 



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GLACE. 

A coiintjy postoifice in Monroe 
county. 1*1 miles northwest of Union. 
the county seat, and 7 from Tucka- 
iioe. its shipping point. Mail, daily. 
Martha A Hylton postmistress. 

Hakes T A, flour mill. 
Hylton D H. general store. 
Reed B. live stock. 
Webster Gilbert, live stock. 



I on the B & O R R, its shipping sta- 
i tion. Telephone connection. Mail, 
! daily. D C Zinn postmaster. 

I Brown A J. blacksmith. 
I Brown Ed, mason. 
! Hibbs J V, music teacher. 
' Jackson George B, hotel. 

Lanham P E. barber. 
, Lyons J B. grist mill. 

Massie J W, blacksmith. 

Street G N, flour mill. 

Strickler Rev R. 
j Sutton E K, physician. 
j Tricket & Co, general store. 

Zinn D C, General Store. 



GLADWIN. 

Population. 200. A village on the 
1 Dry Fork R R. iii Tucker county. 13 
, miles s<nitheast of Parsons, the coun- 
1 ty seat and banking poiut. Tele- 
i phone connection. Exp, Adams. Geo 
i E Davis postmaster. 



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GLADE. 

A station on the Huntington divi- 
sion of the C & O Ry, in Fayette 
county. 17 miles west of Hinton. P O 
name is Krise. 



Cross Rev Barton H (U B.) 
Raine-Andrews Lumber Co, 

Store and Sav\- ^^fill. 
Raine T W, exp and r r agt. 
Teeter L C, general store. 



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GLADE FARMS. 

A country postoflice in Preston ^ 
county, 2^2 miles from the Maryland : 
and tlie same distance from Pennsyl- ' 
vania State lines. 23 north of King- 
wood, ihe County seat, and 12 from , 
Addison. Pa, the nearest bank loca- ! 
tion. Somerlield, Pa., y miles north- ^ 
ei;st. is the shipi)ing point. Tele- 
plione conectlon. Mail, daily. H R 
Mitchell postmaster-. \ 

Cuppert A R, live stock. ' 

Dfnu)s< y \V W. saw niill. 

Meyers L F, carpeiit^T. 

Mitchell H R. Physician and General 

Store. 
Mitchell .T S, live stock. 
Mitchell R C. physician. 



GLADY. 

Population, 45. Randolph county, 20 
miles southeast of Elkins. the county 
seat, and 14i,^ from Beverly, the bank- 
ing and shipping point. Mail, tri- 
weekly. 

Glady Lumber Co (R M McMillen, 
H R Warfield, R Chaffey). 



GLADESVILLE. 

Population. HMj. A vi liaise in Pres- 
ton county, 12 miles wr-st of fving- ' 
v/ood, the county seat and banking ' 
town, and 7 north of Independence, ; 



GLEBE. 

Population, 250. A village in Hamp- 
shire county, 10 miles southwest of 
Romney, the county seat, shipping 
and banking point. Telephone con- 
nection. Mail, tri-weekly, J A Kelley 
postmaster. 

Bobo J L, shoemaker. 
Glower J G Jr, General Store, Black- 
smith, Contractor and Builder. . 
Clower S L. carpenter. 
Kelley Joseph A. justice. 
Miller J D, hotel. 
-Miller M A. live stock. 
iVIills J K, guide. 
I^ancake John S, bark. 



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GLENALUM. i 

Oil the N & W Ry, in Mingo coun- | 
ty, o5 miles south of Lo.gan. the coun- i 
ty seat. Williamson is its usual bank 
Ing point. 

Glenalum Coal Co. 



FLINTS WALLING MFG. CO. 

H. K. NE^V^EI.L,, Manager. 

mSiHSllSSTiCIilEES. 

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GLENCOE. ; 

A farmers' postoffice in Greenbrier : 
county. 20 mile.^ northwest of Lewis- ' 
burg, the county seat and banking ---«°-— -—--—----«-• 
point, and the same distance from ciiambers S E 
Alderson, the shipping point. Mail. a^ent. 

daily. C J Heaster postmaster and ; Chambers & Dowler, General Store 
farmer. j craft O B. tel agent. 



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GLENDALE. 

Population. 5u0. A village on the 
Ohio river and the B & O R R. in 
Marshall county, 3 miles north of 
Moundsville, the county seat and 
banking point. An electric line runs 
to Moundsville, Bellaire, Benwood and 
Wheling. Telephone conection. B F 
Hendershot postmaster. 
Baker Jessie, music teacher. 
Baker Ross, carpenter. 
Blake F H, general store. 
Cocksyne Samuel, live stock. 
Galihare J S. general store. 
Glendale Coal Co, B B McMechen 

pres, F H Blake sec. 
Jackson Thomas J, General Store. 
Martin Bell M, teacher. 
Newman C C, lawyer. 
Newman Dora, teacher. 
Newman L S. gardener. 
Peabody B F, druggist. 
Powell W S, teacher. 
Slocum & Golon, general store. 
Smith J S, physician. 
Stanford William R. live stock. 
Zane Edward E, carpenter. 
Zane Ella R, artist. 
Zane F E, plumber. 



I Crow William F, physician. 
I Dodd S, wagonmaker. 
I Dowler I N, hotel. 

Evans W W, blacksmith. 

Grimes W O. r r and exp agent. 

Gunn J W, nursery. 
' Hams .1 M & Son, flour mill. 
. Harris W H, grain. 
I Ingram A, meats. 
I Lydick J S, justice. 
1 Richmond S T, notary, 
i Richmond T D, general store, 
i Peerless Lumber Co. 
j Pelly Jasper, shoemaker. 
' Stuart W A. live stock. 
; Tressell A M, music teacher. 
I Wiedman H F, physician. 
; Wilson W H, mason. 






1 GLENELK. 

I In Kanawha county. Station A for 
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GLEN FALLS. 

Population, 200. a minin; 



village 



on the M R division of the B & O R O O ?0 
R, in Harrison county, 4 miles north 



of Clarksburg, 
banking point. 



the county seat and 
Telephone connection. 



Fairmont Coal Co. general store. 



GLEN EASTON, 

Population, 200. Marshall county, 
on the B & O R R, 12 miles south- 
east of Moundsville. the coumy seat. 
5 from Cameron, the banking town, 
and 2o from Wheeling. , Telephone 
connection. Exp. US. OS Cham- 
bprs postmaster. 



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irients. 



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GLEN FERRIS. 2 

Population, 250. A village on the > 

C & O and K (fc M Rys (Ohio Central p 

Lines), l^-o miles west of Gauley 

Bridge. Nearest postofhce is Ferris. O 

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rin<burg. the cormt}- seat and bank- ; 
ing town, and S from Inwood, its | 
nearest shippins: sraiion. Telephone i 
connection. Mail daily. L N Parsons I 
postmaster. I 

Hiitsler Alexander, carpenter. ; 

HuTsler J E, constable. | 

Pardons L N, Genera! Store. i 

Parsons M A, butcher. j 

Ross J H, blacksmith. | 



Raybiirn W N, restaurant. 
Staten J P, justice. 
Trevey E B, photographer. 



•GLEN JEAN. 

Population. S'»0. An incorporated 
town en rhe C «fc O Ry, in Fayette 
county, h) mile^ south of Fayetteville, 
the county seat. an<l 7 to Mt Hope, 
the nearest banking, point. Telephone 
connection. Sragr daily to Oak Hill, 
fare SOc. Exp. Adams. George P 
Daniels postmaster. 
Bradley E B, druggist. 
Calloway C P, dentist. 
Carter W- T^ insurance. 
Case rvlanuipcturiug Co. lumber ranfrs 
Chipns rvirs Bessie, music teacher. 
Coffelt William, restaurant. 
Collin:. Colliery Co. 
Deegans Vv' E, saloon. 
Ess'^-x Robert, lawyer. 
Glen Jean, lirery si able. 
Glen .Jean Pharmacal Co. 
Hogg Lumber Co. 
Hooper T H, General Store, 
Houston L A & Son. general store. 
Huffmeyer i< Dcegans. restaurant. 
Hyson William, carpenter. 
Lee E B, physician. 
Lewis T T. livery. 

Long James L. Lawyer and Insurance 
McKell Coal (<: Coke Co. 
McXorton Stanley, saloon. 
Mankin Georofe. exp and r r ngt. 
Miners Accident Insurance Co. 
Minor J 'M. barber. 
Pjdes William, jeweler. 



GLENVILLE. 

Population, 700. The county seat of 
Gilmer county, is located on the Little 
Kanawha river. 17 miles from Burns- 
ville, on the B & O R R. the nearest 
shipping point. It has 3 banks and 2 
u'eekly newspapers, the Pathfinder 
and Stranger. Telephone connection. 
Stage daily to Weston and Burnsville, 
fare $1 each. Mail daily. John S 
Brannon postmaster. 

Altop Evan, general store. 

Barnett L H, prosecuting attorney. 

Bennett C M, lawyer. 

Brannon M T & Son, books. 

Brannon W S, meats. 

Burkhouse A F, wagonraaker. 

Clayton J E, physician. 

Craddock Harry, baker. 

Craddock Mrs H N, hotel. 

Conrad B F, justice. 

Ewing J E.. dentist. 

Ewing & Co, General Store. 

First National Bank. 

Fitzpatrick & Johnson, barbers. 

Glenville Banking & Trust Co, John 

Claypool cashier. 
Glenville Planing Mill Co. 
Griffith C L, livery. 
GriiRth T H, hardware. 
Hamilton & Morris, lawyers. 
Haimian Theodore, furniture. 
Hondrick & Hendrick, lawyers. 
H''ckle S S, general store. 
Holt Abraham L, lawyer. 
Hovey R :m, furniture. 
Kidd Robert F, lawyer. 
Lightner Rev G S {U E Soutn). 
Lim Robert G, Lawyer. 
Linn &. Brannon, flour mill. 
Litiie Kanawlia Valley Bank, W A 

Rohrbaugh cashier. 
L<vrentz J & R. tanners. 
Lorentz W J. harness. 
.McFerrin E J, photographer. 
McGee & Son, furniture. 
McMun J C, harness. 
McQuain O C. lawyer. 
Marsh C W, Editor and Publisher The 

Strancrer. 
Mnr.<hall T M, general store. 
Miles Albert, blacksmith. 



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MilFs C W, blacksmith. 

;.: :■•.-'. '"•i I\ \r\.^fy<^r. 

Pathfinder, Nat Warn Editor and Pub- 
lisher. 

Ruddell \V K, general store. 

Kymer W A. physician. 

Snider J L, justice. 

.St.archer C W, photographer. 

Siate Normal School. 

Stranger, C W Marsh Editor and Pub- 
lisher. 

Stump C P. hotel. 

Varner S \V, physician. 

Warn Nat, Editor and Publisher The 
Pathfinder. 

Whiting Bros & Co, General Stores. 

Whiting C T, hotel. 

Wilt W E, general store. 

Withers H H, livery and justice. 

Withers & Vandearen Lumber Co. 

Zinu & Young, lawyers. 



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' GLOrvlERA. 

' In Raleigh county, 1^ miles north- 

I west ot Beckley, tue cuunty seat and 

j banking point, and 20 trom Macdon- 

I aid, the shipping point. Mail daily. 

; Daniel Jones postmaster. 

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I Clay W K, justice. 

. Jones Daniel, general store. 
; Mankiu Gustave, general store. 



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GLENWOOD. 

Population, 176. Mason county, on 
the Ohio ri\ er and on the Ohio River 
division of the B & O R R, 20 miles 
south of Point Pleasant, the county 
seat and banking point. Exp, Adams. 
TeJ, W U. J \V Scarkey postmaster. 

Arnott Rev F V (M E). 

Barrows George A, blacksmith. . 

Blazer & Bradshaw, flour mill. 

Blazer & Son, commission merchants. 

Bush Rev James (Christian.) 

Campbell H J, physician. 

Campbell & Co, carpenters. 

Corn well J M, general store, 

Cornweil Nora B. general store. 

Glenwood Flouring Mills. 

Grobe & Ingels, liv^ stock. 

Hannan J E, hotel. 

Hart Rev J M (U B.) 

Harvey R M, physician. 

Hendershot Wm. exp, r r and tel agt 

Ingels & Hannan, General Store and 

Lumber. 
Lasley Benson, blacksraith. 
Limbfieid Riley, constable. 
Magee & Co, restaurant. 
Miller J H, general store. 
Morrison L C, cigars and tobacco. 
Scott A F, justice. 
Spurlock T B, blacksmith. 
Starkey J V/, General Store, Lumber 

and Real Estate. 
Svvitzer Rev E C (M E South). 



j GLOVER GAP. 

! Population, ;j50. A village in Marion 
; county, on the B (Sc O R R, 25 miles 
; northwest of i^airraont, tiie countv 
[ seat, 7 from Mannington, its banldng 
point, and 52 from Wiieeling. Exp, 
; U S. Tel, W U. Mrs A N Shumann 
I postmistress. 

; Beatty A L, general store. 

; Flowers G A, physician. 

; Fuller G H, r r agent. 

j Patmon Norma, teacher. 

I Pethtel S S, plumber. 

! Sellers W R, undertaker and planing 

I mill. 

j Shumann Mrs A N, General Store. 

j Snyder L C, general store. 

I Taylor Blake, principal public school. 

I Wells Charles E, tlour mill. 

! Youst A G, exp and tel agent. 



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j GODFREY. 

I On the N & W Ry, in Mercer coun- 
' ty, 14 miles west of Princeton, the 
I county seat, and 8 from Bramwell, the 
j banking point. Railroad name is 
j Crystal. 

i Harless W S, justice. 



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A country postoffice in Rifchie coun- 
ty, 10 miles south of Harrisville, the 
county st^at and shipping point, and 6 






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Burnsido & Somerville, general store. 
Gaston V\'ni, physician. 
McConky James W, justice. 
Starlcey D H, blacksmith. 
Thrash Harriet, milliner. 
Washburn Lloyd, hotel. 
Westfall Anderson M, General Store 
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Prunty W K. general store. 
Taylor J B. blacksmith. 
Tingier Payton, grocer. 



GOLDEN. 

A postoffice in Marshall county, 13 
miles northeast of Moundsville, the 
county seat, 11 V2 from Wheeling, its 
banking point, and "i^ from Roney's 
Point, its shipping point. Mail daily. 



GOODWILL. 

Population. 400. On the N & W 

Ry, in Mercer county, 16 miles west 

of Princeton, the county seat, and 7 

1 from Firamwell, the nearest banking 

I point. Telephone connection. Exp, 

I Southern. Philip Goodwill postmaster. 

I Bangness J M, general store. 

1 Belcher W G, general store, 

i Board J T, r r, exp and tel agent. 

; Crockett D P, physician. 

' Goodwill Coal & Coke Co, Philip Good- 

' will Manager. 

i Louisville Coal & Coke Co. 



GOLDTOWN. 

A ccuntry postorTice in Jackson 
county, IS miles south of Ripley, the 
county seat, banking and shipping- 
point, and 22 from Charleston. Mail 
daily. J F Miller postmaster. 

Harrison A & Sons, general store. 
Horn J E, justice. 
Miiier J F, General Store. 
Wright Rev A (U B.) 



GOMEZ. 

A country postoffice in Calhoun 
county, 19 miles south of Grantsville, 
the county seat and banking point, 
and 22 from Spencer, the shipping 
point, ^dail daily. 



GOOSE CREEK. 

' Population, SO. Ritchie count}^ 10 
: miles northwest of Harrisville, the 
j county seat and banking point, and 5 
! from Coruwallis, its nearest shipping 
i point. Telephone connection. Mail 
daily. John A Garrison postmaster. 

i Ambrose C, blacksmith. 
i Beall Charles, hotel. 
; Douglass D E & Ben Slorr, genl store 
I Eddy N E, physician. 
! French J W, Justice, 
I Garrison Mrs J A, hotel. 
i Rinehart & Hayhearst, general store. 
; Spiker A O, carpenter. 
' Spiker James, blacksmith and wagon- 
maker. 



GOOD HOPE. 

Population, 4.5. A village in Har- 
rison county, 12 miles southwest of 
Clarksburg, the county sear, banking 
and siiipping p;.)int. Telephone con- 
nection. Anderson M. Westfall post- 
master. 

Bailey Asa E, justice. 
Buinside H J, planing mill. 
Burn side W S, hotel. 



GOOSE NECK. 

; Population, 21. On the P iS; H R 
i R. in -Ritchie county. 2 miles north of 
Harris vi lie. the county seat and bank- 
ing point. Telephone connection. C 
H Ramsey postmaster. 

Brown J M. flour mill and member of 
county court. 
• Garber & Sons, carpenters. 
: Moore W W, slun^maker. 
i Ramsey C H & Son, General Store. 
I Riddle Ytov A V. 

WWlls Rev B F. 



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GORDON. 

Population, 100. A village in Boone 
county, 14 miles southeast of Madison, 
the county seat and banking point, 28 
from Marmot, the nearest shipping 
point, and 40. from Charleston. Asa 
White postmaster. 

Brown Elijah, meats. 

Brown George, general store. 

Brown George W, shoemaker. 

Linville Thomas, blacksmith. 

White A M, hotel. 

White Bros, lumber. 

White Sidney, general store. 

GORDON. 

A station on the N & W Ry, in 
McDowell county, 10 miles west of 
Welch. P O name is Drake. 



GORMAN. 

A station on the W Va C & P Ry, 
60 miles from Cumberland, Md. 



J. C. RCILLY, rres. H. P. n\AS, Vice Pres. « 
F. T. LAUI^GER, Sec'y and T.eas. j; 

FREEHOLD BEAL ESTATE COMPANY, "^ 

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1st Floor Times Bfdg., Pittsburg. Pa, m 

DIRECTORS: '», 

J.O.Callery, M.K. McMuilin, J.C. Beiliy, L. Viisack, 5 

Charles Donnelly, W. ¥. Cailery, D. A. Rsed. H.P.Haas. ^ 

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seat and banking i^oint, and .5 f rom «• 
Reedy, the shipping point. Mail tri- '-rs 
weekly. F P Fox postmaster and |. 
general store. w 

GRACE. \ 

A station on the B & O R R, in s 

Hampshire county, 9 miles south of o- 

Green Spring. J 




GORMANIA. 
Population, 450. On the W Va C & 
P Ry, in Grant county. 35 miles north- 
west of Petersburg, the county seat, 
and 35 from Pit.dmont, the bank 
location. Has a tannery and Method- 
ist, Presbyterian and Catholic church- 
es. Telephone connection. Exp, 
Adams. Tel, W U. M Aronhalt 
postmaster. 

Arbogast P D, physician. 

Aronhalt M, General Store. 

Beckman & Wolfe, general store. 

Crim E B. livery. 

Drinkwater Wilbert G. physician. 

HolTman J G «&:. Sons Co, tanners. 

Martin Denton, tel agent. 

Mickey Edward M, r r and exp agent. 

Schaffer J R, publisher. 

Schillinburg Joseph, hotel. 

Schwartz A F, barber. 

Stemple H C. saloon. 

White B F, blacksmith. 



GRADY. 

A postoffice on the Ohio river and 
Ohio River division of the B & O R R, ^ -^^^ 
in Wood countv, 15 miles southwest «> '^-- 



of Parkersburg, the county seat and 
banking point. The railroad name is 

Harris Ferry. Teiephone connection. 
J. A. W'igai postmaster. 

Parker Robert, exp, r r and tel agt. 
Vaughan & Co, general store. 



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GOULD. 

Name changed to Ivy- 



GRACE. 

A postoffice in Roane county, 10 
miles north of Spencer, the county 



GRAFTON. 

Population, 10,0<h). The county seat 
of Taylor county, is located on the 
Tygart's Valley river, a branch of the 
Monongahela, I'M) miles east of 
Wheeling, and is the terminus of four 
divisions of the B & O R R — the main 
lines to Baltimore and Wheeling, the 
branch to Parkersburg, giving direct 
outlet to Cincinnati, and the Grafton 
& Elkins branch, connecting at Beling- 
ton with the W Va C & P Ry, giving 
the city the best of shipping facilities. 
The Buckhannon & Northern branch 
of the Wabash now Building from Pitts- 
burg via Grafton to Belington will con- 
nect with the W Va Central & Pitts- 
burg and Western Maryland Rys t») 
tidewater. Natural gas is used for fuel 
and heating purposes. It is lighted 
by electricity, is supplied with pure 
mountain water by one of the finest 
systems of water works in the state, 



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Pearl White Lime, Acme Grey 
Lime, White Rock Finish. 

32d Sired & Penna. R. R,. Pittsburg, Pa. 

WRITF. I'OR Pit ICES. 

See adv. in classified Builder's Supplies. 



aiul frorii the high itres'^iiro gives the 
town an elegant tire protc-crion. ha^■ 
an opera house sedating 1,000, 2 tele- 
phone systems, tiri^t class hotels, 4 
banks, a weekly newspaper, the 
Leader, and a daiiy, the Sentinel; a 
jol) printing establishment. 5 school 
buildings and 10 cliurch'^s. The prin- 
cipal manufactories are 4 planing 
mills, artificial ice plant. large glass 
plant, 2 foundries, a Hour mill, 2 feed 
mills, pump factory and cigar fac- 
tories. It has 2 wholecale groceries, 
and the B & O machine shops located 
here give employment to over GOO 
men. The streets in the business 
portion of the town are paved with 
tirick and there is a splendid sewerage 
systeni. The city, through its Board 
of Trade, offers free manufacturing 
sites. If has a daily free mail deliv- , 
erv. The town on the west side of , 
the river, formerly known as West i 
Giaftcn. was jcdned to Grafton in the : 
spring of 1S97. and the to'A-ns of Fet- • 
ternian and Beaumont have recently 
been annexed. Bell and Consolidated 
telephones. Exp. U S. Tel, W U. T ; 
B Blue postmaster. ! 

Abbott Amanda, teacher. 
Adair-Gregg-Adair Th^-atncal Co. : 

Adair John, cigars. i 

AP.endor J H. dairy. : 

Anderson Robert, blacksmith. 
Arm(;ur & Co, L A Tliompsou agt: : 
m( ats, W Grafton. ; 

Armstrong Adolphus, lawyer. \ 

Asiil)y (fe Co, transfer. I 

Augor O Z & Co. planing mill, W i 

(irafton. 
Bailey Benjamin F. prosecuting attor- 
ney. 
Bailey W H & Co. Wra H Bailey 
mngr, lumber. 



Bainbridge Samuel A^ feed raill. 
Baixor Mrs. T J, general store. 
■ Ba/ke Otto, constable. 
' Baltim.ore Fruit & Produce Co (S K 
■ White. J C Barb.) 
Barb Mrs Annie, boarding. 
. Barlow John H S. lav/j er. 
Bartlett Alonzo, postmr-.ster W Graf- 
ton and grccer. 
Batenian Walter, tailor. 
Beaumont Glass Works. 
Beddow Rev John W (M E.) 
Bell Mary (fc Fannie, house furngs. 
Bender Frank F, painter. 
Bender Nettie, teacher. 
Bennett Lee. plasterer. 
Bernstein Lewis, clothing. 
Berry Etta, dressmaker, W Grafton. 
Be:-t F'annie, teacher. 
Beuchler i T, Agent Schmuibach 

Brewing Co. 
Blaney Edwin R, painter. 
Blaney George L, sign painter. 
Blaney R E ct Co (Robert E Blaney), 

paints, etc. 
BJu8 F Bruce, Postmaster. 
Boldcn G A, Editor and Manager The 

Grafton Sentinel. (See adv.) 
Bolliger Fred J, saloon. 
Bolyard R B & Co (M C Musgrove, R 

B Bolyard). feed mill. 
Bonafede Dominick, fruits. 
Bonnifleld A J, genl store, W Grafton. 
Bonnifield Ruby, teacher. 
Boyles L M & Co (Gatie Boyles, Grace 

Phares), proprs Ward House. 
Bra'lfcrd Joseph B, general store, W 

Grafton. 
Bradford Thomas, supt water works. 
Brew George W, bricklayer. 
Brinkham Charles, manager Grafton 

Opera House. 
Brinkman George^ general store. 
Brock John M, pianos. 
Brown Carrie, teacher. 
Burdett Abraham W, Attorney-at-Law, 

Notary Public and Collections, 

Room 7 P'irst National Bank Bldg. 

(See adv.) 
Burdette W M. agent B & O R R. 
Burk Edna, t<\acher. 
Burns James P, saloon. 
Bush Theodore, wholesale lumber. 
Bush & Brown (Theodore Bush, 

George Brown), saw mill, 2 m s. 
Carn!3S Captain, special B & O police. 



Enqravioq by All Processes. Prinlinq of Every Description. 

Rawsthonie Enoraving & PriRtino Conipany, 

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DAILY AND WEEKLY. 

G. A. BOLDEN, .\ Editor and Manager 

Wt'ckly Estai)lished in l'^70. Guaranteed Circulation uf 2,000. 
Daily Established March, 1903. Circulation 1,500 (Oct 1908). 

1VE?^T TIltl^lAIA. 

The Sentinel does a general Printing and Binding Business 
Estimates cheerfully furnished on any class of Printing. 

No. 134 Main Street, GRAFTON, VV. VA. 



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Carr Clementine, boarding. 

Carroll Charles A, inturance. 

Cas^^eil Grace, teacher. 

Gather J Huward, county surveyor. 

Gather May, teacher. 

Caveney john F, tiarviware. 

Central District &. Printing Telephone 
Go, Clark .Morgan manager. 

Central Hotel, Eclv^ard Custer Proprie- 
tor. (See adv.j 

Chenowert Wiila, teacher. 

Clapham IMiss, teacher. 

Clark ErnesL F, plumber and plum- 
bers' supplies. 

Clark R 1. c:- Co (Richard L Clark, 
Alphouse Leuthardi.i, geneial store. 

Clayion Win E, general store. 

Cline A Thomas, mngr Western Union 
Tel Go. 

Cochran Zadock M, lawyer. 

Cole Taylor E, furniture. 

Colebank George H, teacher. 

Collins Ernest H, Insurance. (See 
adv.) 

Collins Julius, jewelry. 

Combs John H, blacksmith. 

Comertord Harry D, lodging house. 

Comertord Harry D, drugs. 

Compton Charles E, supt Grafton Gas 
& Electric Light Co. 

Compton Harry C, shoes. 

Consolidated Telephone Co, Bella Dud- 
ley chiet opr. 

Cottiell & Hopkins (John I Cottrell, 
Cliaries W Hopkins), real estate and 
insurance. 

Coulehan Mrs M F, boarding. 

Cowherd John W, milk dealer. 

Craig Wm M, barber. 

Crumley Rev J D. (Baptist). 

Crystal Ice Co, O P Stroh pres, Charles , 
H Rector sec, W Gratton. 

Custer Edward, Propr Central Hotel. 
(See adv.) 

Custer Henry A, general store. 



Dabney James, livery. 

Davis J^eHa. dressmaker. 

Davis-Brydon Coal Co. 

Davis Coliiery Go. Arnold Gerstell agt. 

Dnvis & Byers (Thomas E Davis, Wni 

C Byers), dry goods. 
Davis & Co (Thomas E Davis), gen- 
eral store, W Grafton. 
De Lany A L & Bro. well drillers. 
Dean Rev R C (M P). 
Dent ivrarmaduke, judge Superior 

Court. 
Dent Yv'm D R, lawyer. 
DeWoody George G, electrician and 

plumber. 
Dolan John J. baker. 
Ellis Joseph E R, physician'. 
Engle Talton W, agt Fairmont & 

Grafton Gas Co. 
Evans Hugh, pres IMerchants & Me- 
chanics Savings Bank. 
Evans Isaac, tanner. 
Evans J L^e & Co (Isaac and J Lee 

Evans), furniture. 
Exchange Mill Co (Ona J Jeffreys, 

Thomas P and Charles O Thayer), 

feed mill. 
Fairmont & Grafton Gas Co. T W 

Engle agt. 
Fa i Ion Tiie Misses (A[ary and Sarah), 

restaurant. 
Fauley Wm B, general store. 
Faust Charles A, meats. 
Fawcett Bros (David A and Wm H), 

general store. 
B-awcett Wm H, county coroner. 
Finch Agnes, teacher. 
First National Bank (capital $85,000), 

T E Davis pres, L Mallonee cashier, 

E Jay Fleming asst cashier. 
Fisher Joseph T, shoemaker. 
Fleming Hayward, supt and principal 

High School. 
Fletcher Thomas H, shoemaker. 
Fletcher Wm E, shoemaker. 
Fold Earl S, general store. 
Fornian Plenry D, general store. 
Fortney & Morgan (D W Fortney, L' 

A Morgan), contractors. 
Foster George W'. general store. 
Friedman Bros (Simon J and Max). 

jewelers. 
Friedman F <fe Co (Faibel Friedman), 

clothing. 
Fueller H C Drug Co. W R D Dent 

pres. H C Fueller ningr. 
Furbee Zeppa, teacher. 



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Sherwood Hotel, 



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f DR. 0. A. NEWLON. President, J. J. NEVVLOS. Secretary, C. 0. \EVVLO\. !Mgr. and Trcas. and Licensed Plumber. 

I A. Z. 8AR3EE. Master V.echinic. 

Successors to J. A. CARR. 

Dealers' in all kinds of Castings. Machinery. Phirnijinq. Electrical and Mill ^-W 
Supplies, Gas Piping, fixtures, fittings. Stoves and Burners. Se^ 

High Grade Lohricating Oils. Grease Compound and Waste. 

No. 309 Latrobe St. People's Phone Ho, 42. 

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L. E. WARD, Proprietor. >h2P 

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Single and Double Teams. Q-icrirn 

Riding Horses a Specialty, zg^ 

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IllnU^Sl^^j;:^^ Sistersyilla Gil & Gas Well Tool Works. 

> ana kept in stock. 

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S UJ ^^^"^^^'^^ Hiram, auctioneer. 
^ ^ Gaines Mrs Margaret, general store 
^ yj f/" Gerkin John H, tailor. 

*j Gerstell Arnold. 
(/) •^■ea Gibbons Mrs P L. boarding. 
S" ^ "^ GiII N Harry, barber. 
^ ^ Q Glenn C M, general store. 
*n ;I5 ^ Glenn Edgar R, general store. 
^ ^ ^ Gough Charles V, saloon. 
•« ^ ^ Grarton Bank The (capital 50,000, sur- 
^ O'Q plus and undivided profits $32,000). 
ffl "^ *!S C R Durbin pres, C A Cole cashier. 

(D Gratton Banking & Trust Co (capital 

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^ (Jj W Chadduck cashier. 

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^ ^ "^ Samuel H Gramm pres, John L 

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j Weekly (B F Say re, G A Boldon 

I Proprs, G A Bolden Editor and 

I IVIngr). (See adv.) 

1 Grafton Trade Exchange, W P Samples 

I Sec, Real Estate. (See adv.) 

: Graiton Wholesale Produce Co (G H 

\ Kunst, John M Ford, John J Hamil- 

i ton). 

I Graham Wm H, justice, W Grafton. 

Grant Harry L, photographer, 
i Grant Wm L, physician. 
i Gray Charles M, sec Y M C A. 
j Grimes Wm PI, milk dealer. 
j Guard Charles P, lawyer. 
' Guth John E, barber. 
1 Hall Florence, teacher, 
agt Davis Colliery Co. | Hamiltcm J M, coal. 

j Hamilton John W, county commis- 

I sioner. 

I Hanway J O, millinery. 

! Hardie John R, bottler. 

I Harwood Edward E, propr Hotel Blen 

I Avon. 

I Haslup Nellie, teacher. 

' Hathaway Charles L, shoemaker, W 

i Grafton. 

; Hawkins Charles, blacksmith. 

i Haymond Guy D, furniture. 

{ Haymond Lewis C, county assessor, 

i east side. 

j Hechmer John h, lawyer. 

I Heironimus T W, propr Inter-State 

! Steam l^aundry. 

I Henry .John H, co